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HUGH SISSON'S 

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Cor. North and Monument-sts. 







IS PREPARED TO FURNISH ALL ORDERS IN HIS LINE, VIZ. 



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1111 MAHllli, laOHllillfi, 
TOMBS, GRAVE STONES, 

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WM. F. MAaEE & GO. 





MAWU FACTORY;, 

AND 

GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, 

60 N. EUTAW-ST., between Lexington and Saratoga-sts. 
BALTIMORE. 



MAGEE'S UFRIVALLEB SHIRTS, 

OF ALL KINDS AND STYLES, 

DRAWERS AND SHIRT COLLARS, 

MADE TO ORDER AND ON HAND, 
ALSO, A LABGE STOCK OP DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED 

GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 

S"A11 Orders promptly attended at shortest notice, at our Establishment. 

WM. P. MAGEE & CO. 
SHIRT HOUSE, 60 W. Eutaw-st., Baltimore, 



LEONARD PASSANO, 

288 W. BALTIiaORS ST., 

12> CEMTSE MAUKET SP1.GE 



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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 









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POCKET AND TABLE 



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HOSIEEY, GLOVES, 



AND 



SEST^S FU'EHiSHIlia COMB'S 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



BATES' 

HOISTING MACHINES, 

On Strictly Scientific Principles, for Warehouses. 




The Subscriber haviiij^ been eii<,Mj;<(l in tliis business for the la>t twelve years, in con- 
nection with liis Iron F(iuii(b-y, will finarantoe a better Hoisting Macliine for less money 
than can be produced in this city. Every Merchant and owner of a warehouse will save 
the expense in a sliort time, to say nothing of the safety of his gcMxis in bein^ hoisted 
some sixty or eigiity feet abive his head I would refer to some of the principal mer- 
chants in Baltimore and elsewhere, for whom I have put up these lloisting Machines. 
The wheels are in use, and can be seen daily at work. 

liEFlilRS TO 



Wm. T. Walters & Co., Exchange Place, 
H Rifman & Sims, •' " 

E H Stiihler & Co.. Calvert street, 
Baker & Brotlier. 01 ai'h s " 

Jamej (Jeoijie. Kredeiick " 

Biooks, Fatme.stock & Co . Baltimore-st. 
C. .M . Ke.vsei, Hoivarcl street, 
Kirkliinil iV CI ase, Smiili's wharf, 
Z Baruum. Barmim's H'lel. 
E. Larrabee, iroD front, Calvert street. 



No^ih Walker k Co , 165 W. Baltimore-st. 

Mfssrs Ma sttm & Brother, Baltimore-st. 

• harles l>e Kurd, (Jay -.>ic. 

John S Barry . Hanover street, 

Dall. (libhons & Co . Hanover street, 

Hamilcn Kaster Baltimore street, 

Pojiplein. Huppman & Co ,182 and ]84 

Bal imore street 
Thomsen. Woods & Block, Fanover-st. 
Wm. McCann, carriage depot, S. Gay-st. 



A call is only wante<1, to satisfy any person in want of a good machine to hoist goods, 
tliat my machines are the best to be had, and at prices that no person will purchase an 
inferior one. as I will warrant them as represented or the tnonej' refunded. 

All kinds of repairing done. Also, Casting of every de.scription, as I am casting 
daily. Also, a Steam Dummy, to be seen at S. S. STEVEiNS & SONS, Furniture 
Manufacturers, corner Front and Low streets. 

JAMES BATES, Iron Founder, 

1, 3 & 5 President-st., near Pratt, Bait. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



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229 Baltimore street, 



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CORNER OF CHARLES, 



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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IMPOETEES OF AND DEALEES IN 









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JEWELET, 









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GUTLEaT, 



6R0IIZ[S, CLOCKS. OPfllll GLiSSfS, FANS. WW, 



SWORDS, BUTTONS, PISTOLS, 

BELTS, LACES, FIELD and 

SASHES, EMBROIDERIES, MARINE GLASSES, 

SPURS, HAVERSACKS, &c. 

Ou hand, and made to order at short notice. They invite attention to their stock. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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Grand, Square and Upright 




BALTIMOEE, MD. 

Certificate of Excellence from THALBERG, GOTTSCHALZ, SATTER, STRAZOSCH, 
MUZIO, ANSCHUTZ, and other Leading Artists. 

From among the numerous testimonials in our possession we select the following : 

Messrs. Wm. Knabe & Co.,— Gentlemen : I have great pleasure in certifying that I 
have tried your Square Pianos and find them equal, if not superior, to any in this country 
Among the great qualities which distinguish them, is the evenness of tone, the easy and 
agreeable touch and volume of tone. Wishing you all the success which you so highly de- 
serve, I am, sirs, 

Yours, very truly, 

S. THALBERG. 

Translated from the French. 
After having played on the Piano of Messrs. Knabe & Co., it is impossible not to bear 
testimony to their qualities, which have acquired for them the eminent reputation which 
they enjoy. The Pianos of their manufacture, on M'hich I have played, are exceedingly re- 
markable for their qualities of tone. The Bass is powerful, without harshnes.s, and the up- 
per notes sweet, clear and harmoniously mellow, (chrystalin) and I do not hesitate to ex- 
press, in regard to these instruments, my entire satisfaction, and to declare that they are 
equal, if not superior, to the best manufactured in Europe or in this country by the most 

celebrated makers. „„ . ^ ^^ 

L. M. GOTTSCHALK. 

Every Instrument WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. 

fi^^Price Lists promptly sent on application. 

WM. KNABE & CO. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



FASHIONABLE CLOTHING 



:-g,ENBRE£ 




MERCHANT TIILORE 



IsTo. 50, 

N.[.CO[I.BmiMOR[llNDFIi[D[RICKSTS. 

Where may be found a General Assortment of 

OF THE MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. 

so, a large assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS, which will 
be made to order in the latest and best manner. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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246 Baltimore Street, 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 
R. R. Track, Depot, E ' ' g^ Sutlers', Butchers', 



Hay, Coal, 

Dormant, Warehouse, 

Platform, 

Counter, Union, 




Family, 

Druggists', Jewelers', 

and Bank 



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Have been in constant use in all branches of business for thirty years, in all parts of the 
world, and having been most thoroughly tried, are the acknowledged standard. 

OlJ-They are fully warranted not only strong and accurate, but durable; and the man- 
ufacturers, who are permanently established and fully responsible, will always be prompt 
to make this wai-ranty good. 

4®*They are made of all sizes and capacities, and adapted to all required uses, em- 
bracing more than a hundred different modifications. 



OEO. H. GILLMAN, Agt. 



FAIRBANKS & CO 



JOHNSON Sc BEHR, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



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No. 77 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, 



Between South and Gay, 



S&llPSii^El, iill, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



STORK dS: GILiIiiXZSPIC^ 

STATIONERY BAZAAR, 



No. 278^ W. BALTIMORE STREET, BALTIMORE. 

STATIONERY, American and Foreign, in great variety. PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, 
CARD ENGRAVING, Wedding, Reception, Complimentary and Visiting. 
>8®"Monograms, Arms and Crests engraved. 
Paper and Envelopes stamped in plain and colored Initials. 

As we execute all our own Engraving and Stamping, we can offer great inducements. 
N. B. Engraving and Stamping executed for the trade. 

SOL'N J. KANN & CO. 

GOMMISSIOH MESCHASfTS, 

AND 

MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS 

FOR THE SALE OF 

nEBWAEl, 

CUTLERY, TOOLS, 

AND 

HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

FAIRBANKS' PATENT IMPROVED PLATFORM SCALES, 

SHOVELS, SPADES, PORKS, HOES, RAKES, SCYTHES, SNEATHS, AXES, &c. 

No. 8 S. CHARLES STREET, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 




Successor to Wolf, Stanley & Co. 

WHOLESALE STOVE MANUFACTURER, 

N. E. COR. LIGHT AND LOMBARD STREETS, 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




UNION FIRE INSURANCE COMPT 

AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE BY FIRE, 

ON 

I WAREHOUSES, DWELLINGS, 

Vessels & Cargoes, Merchandise, 

.••*^ /^ And Property of every Description, either in City or 
'•*<tVx^ Country. 



Country. 

Also, All Kinds of INLAND INSURANCE. 
OTIS SPEAR, Sec'y. JOHN COATES, Pres't. 



CHAUNCY BROOKS, 
JOHN C. BRIDGES, 
JOS. MATTHEWS, 
JAS. O. SPEAR, 



SIMON PARKHURST. 
THOS. Y. CANBY. 
WILLIAM BRIDGES, 
JOHN E. HURST, 



WILLIAM F PENTZ, 
JOHN G. HEWES, 
WILLIAM CHESNUT, 
JOHN TURNBULL, Jr. 



OfTice, No. 42 Second Street, (North Side.) 



WM. H. WELSH. 



JNO. W. WELSH. 



CHAS. E. WELSH 



Win. mrxsiaSH «£ sons, 



IMPORTERS OF 







AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

le:a^:b^ tobacco, 

No. 27 South Gay Street, 

OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE, 

BALTZMOHE, 

LOUIS PELBER, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

aril, §0sani & Jarkte, 

207 S. BROADWAY. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 









ALFRED FRIEND & CO. 

Nos. 91 and 93 McELDERRY'S WHARF 



eOHEo 



TO STE-W^ OYSTEI^S. 

Open the can at the bottom, take the Oysters out carefully, separate the liquor from 
the Oysters, and put it in a stew-pan, and then add to it some water, a wine-glass of 
cream,- a small lump of butter and a little black pepper, and stir them well together, and 
let them boil ; then put the Oysters in the pan, and allow them to remain there till they 
are thoroughly heated, then they are fit to be served up. 

TO :f'i?."X" oystei^;S. 

Separate the Oysters from the liquor, take one egg, a gill of milk, a table-spoonful of 
flour, a little black pepper and salt, and beat them well together ; then place the Oysters 
in the batter; then take some stale bread and brown it well and roll it fine, then take the 
Oysters out ot the batter, and roll them ia the powdered bread, and fry until they are well 
browned. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 11 



THE' 



OF BALTIMORE, 
No. 234 Baltimore St., 2d door W.of Charles St. 



SHRIVER & CO. 

Respectfully inform all parties that tliey an- prepared to fiiiiiish 

BLOCK LETTER AND ALL OTHER SIGNS, 

In Unsurpassed Finisiiand Style, at prices to suit, and of best materials. 



mm mm iliwimjib mi umt. 



Professional Plates, in Gold or Colors. 

SiLow Cards, Ciirtam Lettermgj, 

OUN^MENTJVL WORK, 

Of all kinds, and everything connected with the Sign Painting Department. 

SIGNS FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS FURNISHED AT A FEW HOURS NOTICE. 



PURE GOLD USED AND WARRANTED. 



Twelve First Class Silver Medals have been awarded thi.s Establishment, including the last 
Medal by the Maryland Institute for Superior Work. 



No. 234 W. Baltimore Street, up Stairs. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JACOB GIKEINDIZR, 

No. 10 S. Calvert Street and 117 W. Baltimore Street, 



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AND MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 






HP 

Of all Descriptions, 



EMBROIDERED AND METAL HAT AND CAP DRNAMENTS, 

Large Letters, Corps Badges, Shoulder Straps, &c. 



Of Elegant Design for Presentation, furnislied at short notice. 
fi@=^SUTLERS AND THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 

J. EICHELBERGER & COS 



AUGTIOBT 



B> \V, 





CORNER CHARLES AND HAMBURG STS. 



We buy our Goods for Cash at the lowest New York and Philadelphia Auction Sales, which 
we will sell at a small advance for Cash. A general assortment of 



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«-Try Us. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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FIOL, TOSCANO & CO. 

]Sro. 2 St. PEDRO STREET, 

Opposite the Head of the Wharf, 



Messrs. M. A. Herreka & Co., Merchants, I Messrs. Schuchard & Gebhard, Bankers, 

" Pedroso i& Co., Bankers, " Duncan, Sherman & Co. 

Mr. A. Del, Valle Hernandez, Planter. | " Schepeler & Co., " 

MIf Mi 

MALT HOUSE, foot of EutawSt. 
OFFICE, 14 S. Gay St. 

CHAS. H. COWMAN, 

(Successor to H. SNOWDEN & CO.) 




No. 3 NORTH LIBERTY STREET, 



MANUFACTURER OP 



TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE, 




136 NORTH EUTAW STREET 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS, 



OP THE CITY OF BALTIMORE, MD. 




North-East Cor. of Fayette and Eutaw Sts. 

FACTORY, on Eutaw, between Fayette and Marion Sts. 

This Company having been organized and chartered In April, 1804, in conjunction witli 
tlie well Itnown Arm of GAEHLE & CO., as a Joint Stock Company, composed exclusively 
of practical piano makers, who liave held prominent positions for many years, in some of 
the best Piano Forte Establishments in this Country and Europe, and having now one of 
tlie largest and most successful manufactories in operation, are able to furnish an instru- 
ment, wliicli for durability and elegance of workmanship, volunne and sweetness of tone, 
can And no superior. 

In consequence of their organization, the Company is enabled'to sell at lower prices 
than any otlier factory in the country, giving at the same time a guarantee for five years 
and the usual privilege of exchange. 

REPAIRING AND TUNING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Afg^Tlie public is respectfully invited to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. 



JOSHUA HORNER, 

140, 142 and 144 Stirling St., cor. Chew, 
ALL KINDS OF STOCK 

SUITABLE FOR 

PAPER MAKERS AND WOOLEN MANUFACTURERS. 



OLD METAL! 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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GISORGZ: PAGX: fS GO, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

PATENT PORTABLE 



CIRCOLIR SAW MILLS 



STATIONARY and PORTABLE 



STEAM ENGINES 



No. 5 SCHROEDER STREET, 




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GEORGE PAGE & CO. 



No. 5 North Schroeder Street, Baltimore, Md. 

Manufacturers of PAGE'S CELEBRATED CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,! combining [all late 
improvements for manufacturing lumber, and capable of running the largest sized saws 
in use. 

STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS of all sizes. 

PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and BOILERS, mounted on strong running gear. 

STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES and PORTABLE BOILERS. 

TIMBER WHEELS Of all sizes. 

SHINGLE MACHINES. 

GRIST MILLS, both French Burrs and Cologne Stones. 

HORSE POWERS of several sizes. 

SINGLE AND DOUBLE SCROLL SAWS, for light and heavy work. 

LATH MACHINES. 

SAW GUMMERS. 

POST HOLE AUGERS. 

SHAFTING AND PULLEYS of any size furnished to order. 

Castings and general work done at shortest notice. 

8^°" Information and descriptive Catalogue furnished on application. 

g^^-The Baltimore and Gay Street Line of City Passenger Railway Cars, going west, 
passes within a few steps of our manufactory. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



J. RXJPPERT'S 

No. 221 EASTERN AVENUE, 

Between Bond Street and Broadwaj', 



PEACHES, STRAWBERRIES, TOMATOES, &c. 

Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of Wine and Cider Vinegars, Catsup, 
Spiced Pickles, Sauerkraut, &c. 



J. RUPPEET'S 



LAGER BEER AND WINE 



215 EASTERN AVENUE, BALTIMORE. 




ARTESIAN WELL BORING 

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198 EASTERN AV., BALTIMORE. 
CASKS, WATER TANKS AND BARRELS OF ALL SIZES, MADE TO ORDER. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF 







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DYEING DRUaS, 

EMERY AND SAND PAPER, &c. 

Used by Woolen, Cotton, Soap and Paper Manufacturers, Tanners, Leather 
and Morocco Dressers, Machinists and Dyers. 

36 S. CHARIiES STREIST 



B. GOODWIN'S 

CELEBRATED 

SUITABLE FOR ALL CROPS. 

For Sale by R. J. BAKER, Agent, 

36 S. Charles Street, 



Papbe Mills, Baltimore Co., Md., March 7, 1865. 

Mr. B. GOODWIN, 

Dear Sir : — After five years experience ot the use ol your Super 

Phosphate, it affords me pleasure to inform you that it has given me general satisfaction 

on all crops, especially Wheat, Corn, and Garden Produce ; and in my judgment it is 

just the thing for Cabbages. 

Yours respectfully, 

MORDECAI ALBAN. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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65 



ZS. I.OUIS IDE'S 

(Successor to LOUIS "WALZI,) 

PHOTOGRAPH AND AMBROTYPE 



THE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE CITY. 

No. 65 West Baltimore Street. 

HISS 8c BROTHER, 




MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE, 

lyfo. 128 JKTu Fayette St.^ Baltimore. 

HOSIERY, YARNS, GLOVES, SMALL WARES,&c. 

JACOB kWiPP^ Jr. 

ISTo. 33 IsT. HLoAvard Street, 

Between Fayette and Lexington Sts. 
LOVSCrOY'S OXiX) STJ^ISTHD, 

Dealer in Undershirts and Drawers, 

For Gent's, Ladies' and Children's wear. 

Umbrellas. Neck Ties, Collars, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Worsteds, Canvass, Em'd Silk, 

Chenille, Patterns, Machine Twist, Spool Cotton, Threads, Needles, Tapes, 

Wool Jackets, Pins, Gauntlets, Fancy Soaps, Corsets, Ac. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 19 

EDWARD FLAHERTY, 

WHARF & BRIDGE BUILDER 

IN GENERAL, 

Iffo. 168 BANK STREBT, 

BALTIMORE. 

11 business entrusted to me will be attended to with promptness and dispatch. 
ALSO, SPAR MAKER AND BUILDER. 

G. & NrPOPPLEIN, Jr. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




DRY ^jSTD in oil, 

BALTIMORE SUPERIOR FLINT & EMERY PAPER, 

IMPORTERS OF 

LAKES, CARMINES AND VERMILIONS, 

Manufacturers' Agents for the Sale of WHITE LEAD, OILS, VAR- 
NISHES, WINDOW GLASS, PAINT BRUSHES, &c., all of which 
are oflfered to the Trade at New York prices. 

No. 50 North street, Baltimore. 
ALBERT SCHRINER, 

PROVISION DEALER, 

no. 243 LIGHT STREET^ 

ALL KINDS OP 

FKESH Amn SALT MEATS, 

VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON. 



20 ADVERTISEMENTS 



EDWARD NORWOOD, 

ENGINEER 6c MACHINIST, 

No. 96 NORTH CALVERT STREET, 

XEAR THE NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY DEPOT. 

BALTIMORE, MD. 
HEAVY AN» LIGHT MACHINERY, 

Steam and Water Fitting promptly attended to. 

CHARLES L. SPIES, 

lancing anii tSaltjing licabemg, 

OPEN FROM SEPTEMBER UNTIL MAY, 

At CENTRAL HALL, corner Baltimore and Charles sts. 

With increased facilities of affording to young Ladies, iVIisses, Masters and Gentlemen, 
a thorough and practical knowledge of the above elegant accomplishment, his course of in- 
struction is ihorouslilv systematic, and embraces all the new and fashionable dances. — 
^S^TERMS MODKRATE. 

WILLIAM DUNNETT, 

Peactigal Plumber, 

S. E. Cor. Madison and Eutaw-sts. 
BALTIMORE. 

Biith Tubs, Watfr Closets, Rams, Wheels and Pumps ; Lead, Iron, Clay and Tin Pipe, 
Ranges put in and promptly repaired on reasonable terms. 

GAS FITTING ALSO ATTENDED TO. 

<r3^ Employs the best ivorkmen and guarantees to give satisfaction. A call is solicited. 

NICHOLAS STEIN, 

DEALER, IIV 

OIL, LAMPS, 

CHINA AND GLASSWARE. 

No. 258 Edst Pratt street, 
BALTIMORE. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 21 



Monumental City Tobacco Works. 



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J. D. HASHAGEN. G. SCHNEYDTER. 

V^'^ MANUFACTURERS OP CX 

SMOKING, FINE CUT, CHEWING 

SNUFFS & CIG-AES, 

GERMAN AND FANCY SMOKING TOBACCO, 

Tuaisi mm am fmmm, 

TURKISH MIXED SMOKING TOBACCO, 

Gut and Dry Smoking Tobacco, 

VIRGINIA SMOKING TOBACCO, 
No. 181 WEST PRATT STREET, 

BETWEEN CHARLES AND HANOVER-STS. 

BALiTIMORS. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN BAIER'S 



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"(anid ^h® S^isi? Span|j]©d (EnnnsPi) © Jong auaa^ 3\i v;s)T;®i, 
©'©(P '2h© land ©f lih© Pr©©, and ^Hj© hmn® ©'? '5}j© irays." 



UNITED STATES 

FLAG DEPOT, 

nSTo. 6 7 
West Pratt street, 

BALTIMORE. 




Constantly on hand or made to order at short notice, a large and varied assortment of 

MUSLIN, M[RINO, SILK AND BUNTING FLAGS, 

SUITABLE FOR DECORATION OF 

Parlors, Public Halls, Public Buildings, Ships, Steamboats, &c. 

AL.SO, A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF 



Such as Spears, Eagles, Gilt and Painted Balls, Acorns, &c. 

BUNTING FOR SALE. THE TRADE SUPPLIED, 
J. W. LOANE. 

T. fl. ALEXANDER & CO. 

MANUFACTURERS OP 



P'A.''!iy 





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IsiH^ ^^M -^it^fesitiii 








No. 8 Saratoga street, 



24 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WILLIS &; ADAMS, 



WKOLESALl 



AND MANUFACTURERS OP -^ 

BOOK AND NEWS PAPER, 



ALL GRADES, SIZED AND UNSIZED, 



No. 12 S. Charles street, 






ADVERTISEMENTS 






PAPER WAREHOUSE 



AND MANUFACTURERS OP 



BOOK & NEWS PAPER, 



ALL GRADES, SIZED AND UNSIZED, 



:N"o. 14 HANOVER STREET, 



26 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



RICHARD MURDOCH, 
No. 46 S> Charles street^ Baltimore, 

MANUFACTUEEE OF IMPROVED 

PLATFOEM SCALES 

Adapted to all business uses, as Road Scales. Hay, Coal, &c. Dormant 
in floor and Portable Scales, all sizes; Weighmasters' Beams, with 
frames, etc., complete ; Counter Balances, some of new and improved 

Also, for sale, SPRING BALANCES, for Butchers, PATENT BAL- 
ANCES, &c., &c., warranted of Standard Correctness. 

<JJ©}a(n ^» ©S^ftSwf §, ■ ©©mj. I/O, WSaObams. 




JOHN S. GITTINGS & CO. 

nnltp and ^tajiit §t[aftfirs, 

No. 29 SOUTH STREET, 

IB ^ (L T il © 1^ 1 . 



Transact all business appertaining to Banks or private Bankers, in their several de- 
partments. 

Buy and sell, on Commission, Stock and Securities in this and other Markets. 

Make advances on Stocks, Real Estate, Notes and other Collaterals, 

Negotiate Stock Loans. 

Receive deposits in Bankable and Uncurrent Funds, and give SPECIAL ATTENTION 
TO COLLECTIONS on all accessible points in the United States and Canada, and can 
offer unrivalled facilities to correspondents. 

Interest allowed on deposits. 

JESSE MAEDEN, 

SCALE MAKER, 

SOUTH-EAST COENEE OF 

Charles & Balderston-sts. 
BALTIMORE. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 27 

SISCO BROTHERS, 

No. 95 W. BALTIMORE STREET, opposite Holiday, 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 

Ladies' Dress Trimmings, 

2,air(iiir ^ir^j^ii &i^w^T^ ©5^0 oo^s^j©. 
I. 0. 0. F., MASONIC, AND OTHER SOCIETIES' REGALIA, 

MILITAHT eaoDSc 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO BANNERS. 
Gilt and Plated Bullion, Fringes, Stars, Tassels, &c. 




THE NATIONAL 

FLAG STOBE, 



95 

Baltimore Street, 

OPPOSITE HOLIDAY. 



lunling Jkf 



OP ALL SIZES, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

SHIP SIGNALS, BIRGEES, FANCY FLAGS, AND FLAGS OF ALL NATOINS 

MADE TO ORDER. 

Flag Silk, Bunting, Silk and Bullion Fringes & Tassels, 

^p£Hrs, CSagles, ^olcs, §t[ts, Ettb all Jlag Materials fomisljcb. 

MILITARY GOODS, BANNERS AND REGALIA, 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO PRESENTATION FLAGS. 

SISGO BROTHEIRS. 



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ADVEETISEMENTS 



WILLIAM WILKENS. 



H. H. GRAUE. 



WILLIAM WILKENS & CO. 

^t«am (^myM J air pianufadwrg, 

CORNER OF PRATT & CHARLES STREETS, 

Depot^ Ngw York^ 217 Pearl street s 



Dealers is Bristles^ 

VARNISH, SPRINGS, TWINE, HAIR -CLOTH, 

BED-LACES, COWHIDES, GLUE, SAND PAPER, &c. 



Constantly on liand the best qualities of Pure Curled Horse and Cattle Hair ; 
Mixed and Hog Hair. 

All orders received through the Post Office or Agent will be promptly attended to. 
The highest prices paid for Cattle and Horse Tails, and Hog Hair. 

sta:^let & CO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

Citi ^late, ^|eet fron, Hire, 

LEAD PIPE, AND METALS GENEEALLY, 

OPPOSITE Water street, 



GEORGE W. BROWN, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 






PORTE MONNAIES, COMBS, BRUSHES, PENKNIVES, 



9 



ifiii.Miiias§i, ^6L^(B^ ^^mm ka<i!^iai.o^<i!,'^^^ ^^<aji<ji,'^^ 

No. 207 E. Baltimore street. 

B^^Books, Magazines, Newspapers, Blank Books and Stationery, constantly on hand. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 29 



JOSHUA HOEiTEE, 











MAWUEAGTURER, 
WAREHOUSE, 

140, 142 & 144 Stirling street, 



BALTIMORE 



On account of my known reputation, and the old established quality of the article I 
offer for sale, it is useless to say more than that it is, as formerly, UNMIXED. 
I forfeit the entire price if, upon examination, it is found adulterated. 

HAZLEHURST & CO. 

YULCAI^ WOEKS, 

OFFICE, COR. WILLIAM & HUGHES-STS. 

BALTIMORE. 
FOUnDKRS A MACHINISTS. 

Boilers and Engines, and all kinds of Heavj' IMachinery repaired. Ample Wharf 
room and a heavy Crane afford great facilities for the repair of Steamers. 

PETER WALTHER 

Baltimore ||[adjme & Cool ^|op, 

OFFICE, 72 W. PRATT STREET, 

BALTIMORE. 

UTHES, PLANERS. DRILLS, GEAR GUTTERS, 

STEA.]S£ EKTQINES, &o. 



30 ADVEKTISEMENTS. 

FIREMEN'S INSURAfifCE COMPANY 

OF B A.LTIMOIIE:, 
N. E. Corner South and Second Streets. 



THIS OLD ESTABLISHED COMPANY 

back:ei> B^y a iL.A.rtGE cash capital, 

INSURES 

"Vessels and Cfirgj-oes, 

MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, MACHINERY, 

And all kinds of Property within the City, on very favorable terms. 

Augustus J. Albert, Geoige W. Flack, James Fields, 

Austin Jenkins, Mendes I. Cohen, Garrett Brown, 

Charles D. Slingluff, George S. Gibson, John M. Gait, 

Francis W. Elder, John A. Needles, Thomas Wilson, 

Edward Jenkins, James M. Anderson, Henry R. Louderman, 

Frederick Achey, F. W. Bennett, Caleb Parks, 

Thomas W. Levering, Samuel Hart, George Franck, 

Nathan Tyson, Hugh Bolton, William H. L. Reitz, 

George K. Berry, Joseph James Taylor, Isaac M. Denson, 

Joshua Drydeu, John G. Reaney, John A. Shriver. 

John Gushing, John H Baylies, 

HENRY P. DUHURST, President. 
F RANCIS J. McGINNIS, Secretary. 

galtinmr^ Jife Jnsuranre ^a. 

No. 6 SOUTH STREET. 

Incorporated in 1830— Charter Perpetual. 

F. M. COULSON, Secretary. JOHN I. DONALDSON, President. 

a !»■> 

This Company proposes to iusure Lives for one or more years, or for life. With their 
rates the assured enjoys the benefit of immediate in lieu of a prospective and uncertain 
bonus. He risks neither his policy nor the premium he has paid. 

These premiums maybe made payable annually, semi-annually or quarterly, at option 
of the assured. The Company grants and buys annuities. Sells endowments for children. 

Makes all contracts in which Life or the interest of Money is involved. 

JAMES S. EOBINSON, 

PAPER WAREHOUSE, 

No. 5 South Charles Street, 

A FLW DOORS BELOW BALTIMORE-ST, 

b^ltim:ore. 

Keeps on hand and has made to order all kinds of Paper and Paper Bags of all sizes. 
Orders from the Country promptly attended to. Purchases Rags, Rope, Canvas and 
other Mill Stock. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 31 

WILLIAM DANIEL, 

ATTOaifET AT LAW, 

AND 

COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, &c. 

NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, OHIO, MASSACHUSETTS AND IOWA, 

67 W. FAYETTE STREET, 

(B ^ 1. IT 8 Ea © ^ ^ , 

THOMAS H. EVANS & GO. 

GOIIMXSSIOH IfiEHGHiilfTS, 

FOR THE SALE OF 

POTATOES, APPLFS, OXIOJfS, DRIED FRUITS, and all kinds of 

COUTSTTRY PR033UCE, 

And Dealers in CAN FRUITS and VEGETABLES, 

Nos. 80 and 82 Light Street Wharf, 
BALTIMORK. 

fii^ Particular Attention Paid to Orders for Shipjjing. Goiisignintnts respectfully solicited 

HENRY T. TAYLOR, 

WHOLESALE 

#r0Cfii| ^ (Il0mnujijjt0n pin|thant, 

FOR THE SALE OF 

TOBACCO, FLOUR, GRAIN, PRODUCE, PROVISIONS, &c. 

AND THE PURCHASE OF 

CANNED OYSTERS, PEUITS, VEGETABLES, &c. 

No. 6 CAMDEN-ST., near Light-st. Wharf, 

^^-Railroad Track in front of Warehouse. (B^tLTTUKJDOlBdo 

KIMBALL, SHAFFER & CO. 

STEAM BARREL FACTORY, 

N. E. Corner Central and Canton Avenues, 
BALTIMORE. 



32 ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



HENRY M'CAFFREY, 




.lU 



PUBLISHER, 



J^o. 205 BALTI310BB STREET, 

The Largest Assortment of Music in the city can be foiuul at this establishment. 

.^^MUSIC PUBLISHED AMD RECEIVED DAILY, 
Dealers, Booksellers, Seminaries, Teachers, &c., sui)plied on the most reasonable terms. 

S. ROSENFELD 8c CO. 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

C I Gh A. R S, 

Chewing and Leaf Tobacco, 

No. 20 South Gay Street, 

BALTIMORE. 

HAVANA & PRINCIPE CIGARS 

And Foreign and Domestic Leaf Tobacco, choice brands of Chewing Tobacco, all kinds of 
Fancy Pipes, Segar Cases, Snuff Boxes, Labels, Ribbons, Brands for Cigars. 

JlS'Dcmestic, French and German Fancy Papers, Letter and Wrapping Pajjer. 
George Benda's Dutch Metal and Bronzes. Also FANCY ARTICLES generally. 

P. EOMBACH, 

(successor to e. kessmodel,^ 

UMBRfLU, P&RASOl AND m\ MANOFiCTURfR. 

AND FANCY TURNBR^ 

No. 61 N. EUTAW-ST. 

bail.tim:ore. 

Always keeps on hand a large assortment of UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS, and CANES. All repairing in 
the above line done with neatness, at the lowest terms. Also, PINKING done in the latest style; experience of 
thirty years in this business will prove satisfaction to the public. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 33 

BRYANT SEMINARY, 

Jag ^ ^oarbing ^c\aBl tax J0iiitg JTalJtes, 

562 & 564 W. FAYETTE STREET, 

NEAR FRANKLIN SQUARE. 

IIVSTITXJTEO 1836. 

SAMUEL T. LESTER, Principal, 

MRS. R. W. LESTER, Assistant, and Needlework. I EMIL KETT, Drawing hnd Painting. 
WILLIAM HARMAN, Vocal Music. | JEAN SCHAEFFER, Piano, French and German. 

Pupils may enter either Academic or Primary Department at any time, and are charged for remainder of 
School Year from entrance. ^S^For further particulars, or a Circular, apply at Seminary. 



"^ " MUTUAL. 

EICHD. H. HARDING, Secy. CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK, Prest. 

The Directors of this sound and reliable Institution are composed of the most substan- 
tial citizens of Brooklyn and New York. 

Extra inducements are ofiered by this Company to those seeking Life Insurance. 

F. MEDCALFE, Gen'l Agt. 

57 SECOND STREET, BALTIMOME. 

AUGUST WAGNER, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 



frass Mnxt, <#ancg (ioobs, CUctro-^ilber '§hkts Moxk, tfc. 

REGILDIigG AND BRONZIHG^ 

No. 30 HANOVER STREET, 

j|@*Gas Pipes introduced into Houses. 



TKEl ORIGINAL 

CHEAP SHOE STORE, 

No. 64 N. GAY STREET, 
BALTIMORE. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS 



W. R. JOHNSON, 

SUCCESSOR TO HOLLINGSWORTH & JOHNSON, 

38 S. CHA.RLES STREET, 

UP STAIRS, 

AND OTHER TOILET SOAPS, 

WARRANTED EQUAL TO THE BEST ENGLISH. ALSO, 
EXXR.A.CTS, COLOG^NES, Sec, Sec. 



W. K. JOHNSON, 

38 South Charles street, 

MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN 



GEEEN & FLINT 



DEALERS SUPPLIED AT HEW YOEZ PEIOES. 

W. R. JOHNSON, 

.38 SOUTH CHARLES-ST. 

CONSTANTLY ON HAND. A FULL LINE OP 

APPARATUS, CHEMICALS, CASES, 

^^^*At New York prices. Dealers supplied. 



ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



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]Nd:^iiTiJNr's 




it 



Wi *>s^-. 



Drove and Livery Stables, 

S. W. COR. PACA & GERMAN-STS. 



Sl.LTSMaia3S, 



CSTIMJS jy£^4.ItTirV, I*roprietor. 




iCCOMMODATimiS FOR 100 PFRSONS. 



STABLING FOR 250 HORSES. 



HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 

Horses and Carriages taken at Livery, by the day, week or month, on 

moderate terms. 



^TlVBnY ATTBWTIOIi^ PAID TO JDBOTBBS. 



36 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



BALTIMORE FEMALE COLLEGE, 

N. G. BROOKS, LL. D., President. 



TEUSTEES. 
Rev. W. Hamilton, D. D 
" J. McK. Reiley,D.]) 
" T. B. Sargent, D. I) 
" Henry Slicer, D. D 
" L. F. Morgan. D. D Q 
" B. P. Brown, ^ 

" J. W. Start, 
" James Curns, 
" W. T. Speake, 




TRUSTEES. 

Dr. H. S Hunt, 
" T. E. Bond, 
J. M. Lester, Esq. 
J. Dryden, Esq. 
J. F. Purvis, Esq. 
S. G. Miles, Esq. 



h^^n 



t) ■rj ^^ H. W. Drakeley, Esq. 
'4 6.'"^' T, K. Turner, Esq. 



N. C. Brookg, tx-cfficio. 



This Seminary of Learning, instituted for the liberal education of Young Ladies, was 
created a College proper by the Legislature of Maryland, December session, 1849, with 
authority to confer degrees, and endowed with all the rights and privileges of the most 
favored female institutions. There are two departments of instruction in the College — 
the Preparatorv Department and the Collegiate Department, with their appro- 
priate branches of learning. The course of study in the former is three years, designated 
by as many different classes ; in the latter it is four years with four regular classes. 

The course of instruction is as extensive as in most Colleges for gentlemen, and is 
intended to develop the intellectual, social and moral faculties ; and by imparting a 
thorough, practical, accomplished and Christian education, fit the pupil for the faithful 
discharge of the responsible duties that await her iu life. 

The College is situated on St. Paul street, in a retired yet pleasant part of the city near 
the centre, and has cost in the aggregate for its grounds, buildings, apparatus, furniture 
and appointments about $50,000. The buildings have been arranged with great judg- 
ment, and have study and recitation rooms separate, with every convenience for boarding 
and day pupils. The accommodations are ample for two hundred and fifty pupils, and 
one hundred boarders. There is a fine library of over 3,000 volumes, to which the pupils 
have access, comprising works on antiquities, ancient and modern history, biography, 
science, voyages, travels, criticism, poetry, the fine arts, and general literature. There is 
also a valuable chemical and philosophical apparatus, cabinets of minerals, gems, coins 
and medals, with models, globes, maps and other ample means of illustration in the 
different branches of study. 

At the last session of the Legislature of Maryland the College received an annual 
endowment of $2,200 for the establishment of free scholarships, upon which one pupil 
from each County in the State and from the City of Baltimore, without charge for tuition 
or books, is instructed in all the branches taught in the College. 



X. C. Brooks, LL D., Prof. Ancient Languages. 
T. Lucy, A. M., Prof. Mathematics and Sciences. 
Mr. O. L. De Heerdt, Pr<>f. French and German. 

" R. L. Peet, Prof. German Language. 

" Jbo. a. Schaaflfer, Prof. Instrumental Music. 

" August Weidenbach, Prof. Painting. 



Mr. William Masson. Prof. Vocal Music. 

Miss K. A. Bradley. Preceptress— BelUs-Letlres. 

•' F. H. Shackelford, Physiology and History. 

" H. V. Brooks, Piano and Singing. 
Mrs. A. L. Polster, Teacher of Piano and Guitar. 
Madame A. Dubreuil, French Language. 



Board, per Annual Session, $180. Tuition from $40 to $60 per annum. Music, 
Painting and the Languages, extra charge. 

S^FoT Circulars containing full information, address Dr. N. C. Brooks, 63 St. Paul 
Street. 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



37 



JOHNSON & BEHR, 



MANUFACTURERS F 




77 Wo Baltiniare Street. 



BETWEEN SOUTH AND GAY, 



BJi3^1PSii@ai, US. 



JOHNSOlSr & BEHE, 





IM.)C 



77 W. Baltimore Street, 



BETWEEN SOUTH AND GAY, 



©^iiroKa(0(a(io ssa© 



38 ADVERTISEMENTS, 



A. & W. DENMEAD & SON, 

FOUNDERS, MACHINISTS, 

AND 

Iron §^ig ^nilkrs, 

OFFICE, COR. FORTH AND MONUMENT STS. 

Having ample facilities, are prepared to execute orders for MAEINE, LOCOMOTIVE 
and STATIONARY ENGINES and BOILERS, also MACHINERY for Sugar, Grist, 
Flour and Saw Mills. 

CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

liEP^IRS r>0]VE AT SHORT IVOTICE. 

JAS. MURRAY, FRANK CLARK, WM. JAS. MURRAY. 



MURRAY, CLARK & CO. 

[NGIN[[RS, MACmiilSTS AND BOILER MAKERS, 

MILLWRIGHT WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, 

AND MACHINERY IN GENERAL, 

Hosi 42 and 44 York-st. near Light^ 

BALTIIWCOR^E. 

Iron and Brass Castings, Low and High Pressure Engines and Boilers, Tanks, &c. 
Blacksmithing in all its branclies. Repairing promptly attended to. 

PAPEE HA:KrGIKGS, 

AND WINDOW SHADES, CUETAIN PAPEES, AND FEENCH AND 
AMEEIOAN WALL PAPEES-Wholesale and Eetail, 

No. 330 yv. ]3A^LTIMORE STREET, 

THREE DOOUS ABOVE HOWARD STREET, 

BALTI3fOMi:, 

Silver Medal, First Premium, awarded by the Maryland Institute. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



39 



PETER SWEENEY, 

PROVISION 

Duj Ms> Jrx^ J[-fi cjjfi JsilI, 

AND ■ 

PAOKEB 




FOR 



HOME & FOREIGN MARKETS, 

205, 207 and 209 Lexington-st. 

BETWEEN PAOA AND GREENE STREETS. 



HAMS,BAC0N,LARD,SMOKEDBEEF,TON6UES,&c. 

JAMES ^YEBB, 

SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTURER, 

No. 136 ENSOR-ST., Corner of Chew, 

Constantly on hand for sale Fine and Fancy Soaps, Candles, Tallow, &c., on the most 
pleasing terms. 

Tallow Wanted — the highest market price paid. 

J. VIT. HARPBR & GO. 

Bill Foetere and Bistribntors 

ESTABLISHED IN 1861. 

JAKVIS BUILDING- N. W. Corner Baltimore and North Streets. 



Bills Posted in all parts of the City With Neatness and Dispatch. 

Handbills, Programmes, Cards, Circulars, etc.. etc., carefully distributed throughout the entire city. Bills 
sent to our address per Express (Charges Paid) will receive prompt attention. All orders thankfully re- 
ceived and promptly attended to. 

^^®~OFFICK— Room No 5 Jarvis Building, (up stairs,) nearly opposite Sun Iron Building. EN- 
TRANCE — 122 Baltimore street, one door west of North street. 

Post Office Box 1344, Baltimore. 



40 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



J. A. DUSHANE, 



COMMISSION 







n r 



1 




AND MANUFACTURER OF 



BOOK AND NEWS PAPER, 



ALL GRADES, SIZED AND UNSIZED, 



No. 40 S. Charles street, 



NEAR LOMBARD, 



BALTIMOEE. 



J8@" Always in store a full stock of WRITING PAPER of every size and weight. 
Also, ENVELOPS, INK, MUCILAGE, PAPER BAGS and WRAPPING PAPER. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



41 



WM. F. SHOREY, 

PHOTOGRAPH & PORTRAIT 



#^ 



Sa3i 



iJ 



OVER 87 W. BALTIMORE STREET, 
BALTIMORE. 

life size Portraits painted from old Daguerreotypes and Ambrotypes. 

CHARLES F. SIEBERT, 

IMPORTER OF 



Wimes, Brandies, G-ms, (&c. 



GERMAN & FRENCH PRODUCE, 
No. 14, N. W. COR. LOMBARD AND FRONT-STS. 
BALTIMORE. 

SMITH & CURLETT, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

S O AP-S, 

AdamLEatiae & Tallow Caadles^ 

COR. HOLIDAY & PLEASANT-STS. 

BALTIMORE. 

LEVI WEAVER, 

WHOLES ALK AND RETAIL 



No. 17i SH^RI^ STREET, 

CORNER OF GERMAN, UP STAIRS, 

BALTIMORE. 

L. W. has constantly on hand, and makes to Order, all kinds of Paper Boxes, such as : 



BAND BOXES, 
Round 
Square 
Jewelers' 
Druggists " 



COLOGNE BOXES, 

Prescription 

Shoe 

Pill 

of all sizes, 



ROPE BOARDS, 
Straw ' 

White Bonnet ' 
Blue " ' 

Colored Paper, 



WHITE LINING 
Paper for Boxes, 
Fancy, French, 
Gold and Silver 
PAPER. 



^^~Country Merchants and the Trade in general, would do well to give him a call before purchasing 
elsewhere, as he will sell at the very lowest market prices. 



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ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



HENRY J. BAKER. 



CHARLES J. BAKER. 



JOSEPH ROGERS, Jr. 



BAKER, BROS. & CO. 



MANUFACTUREES AND IMPORTERS OF 



(D 

(5 




WIND owe LAS S & Ci LA^SSWAKE 



CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, &c 







Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glue, &c. 

PROP'RS SALT. WINDOW GLASS AND DRUGGISTS' GLASS WORKS, 

JAES, VIALS, WINE, POETEK & MINEEAL WATEE BOTTLES, 

FLASKIS, I>EM:IJ0HIVS, Sec, 

Nos. 32 and 34 S. CHARLES STREET, 



ADVEETISEMENTS. 



43 



ASSOOIA_TED 



OFFICE, ISo. 4 SOXJTH STR,EET. 

Open Daily for the Insurance of all descriptions of Property within the Limits of the City. 

WILLIAM A. HACK, President, 



WM. A. HACK, 
J. C. WHEEDEN, 
JAMES YOUNG, 
R. C. MASON. 
JACOB TRUST, 



N. WALKER. 
ALLEN PAINE, 
JAMKS GETTY. 
SAMUKI, KIRK. 
THOS. J. FLACK, 



J. R. GEORGE, Sr. 
FRANCIS BURNS. 
LANCASTER OULD, 
E A. MILLER. 
DR. F. E. B. HINTZE. 



JOHN DUKEHAET, Secretary. 



P. LEIHFIELD PCRKIl^S, 

PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERIES 

Nos. 205 & 207 Baltimore St. 



The long experience of twenty-one year.s, connected witli all the appliances necessary 
to the art of Photography, and giving it his continued personal attention, tf^gether with 
the employment of none but those who are well skilled in the art for assistants, make 
the reputation of these Galleries rank among the best in this country for turning out 
good work. We find hundreds of persons who have sit at other places and in other 
cities, who have never eucceeded in obtaining a good representation, who. when they 
have sit here have been perfectly delighted. Our skylights are so arrange 1 as to give 
the most delicate shadows and a perfect expression of the eye, without which all works 
of Art are a bl.ank mass. 

We invite all to call and examine our specimens — whether they want pictures or not 
— as they are aspured they will always meet with courtesy and attention. 

JP. L. PJEBKIJSS, 

Nos. 205 and 207 BALTIMORE STBEET. 



F 8. 3i l« € a 

STEAM SCOURERS, 

No. 139 FAYETTE STREET, 

Between Howard and Park streets, 

Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Dresses Cleaned; also. Shawls, Covers, Curtains and Carpets. Spots of 
Oil, Ice Cream, Lemonade, &c., taken out without cleaning the whole. 

WQ ©Kg^s TrA<^i?3 i^f^Aprr. 



44 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



THOMAS G. BASSHOR ^ OO. 

No. 26 LIGHT STREET, BALTIMORE, 

MANUFACTURERS OF STEAM AND WATER 

HEATH APPARATIIS, 




PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BUILDINGS, GREEN HOUSES, STEAMBOATS, &C. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

Wrouglit Iron Pipes, Malleable and Oast Iron Steam Fittings, Brass Work, 
Steam and Vacuum Gauges, Traps, Steam and Hand Pumps, Heaters, &c. 



DEALERS IN BOILERS AND ENGINES. 



HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBING DONE TO ORDER. 

AGENTS FOR 

CONDUCT & CO'S IMPROVED STEAM PUMP AND FIRE ENGINE. 



ADVE UTISEMENT8. 



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W 4 Hi If 1^^ 



j> 



No. 7 North Carey Street, 



MISS CHMMIIf S-s PriacipaL 

Assisted by an Efficient Corps of Teachers. 

— — I ■ ■ I 

PREPARATORY DEl'ARTMKNT— Spelling, Reading, Writing. Geography, Grammar, Mental and Writ- 
ten AritJiraetio, Hislor.v- 

SUB-JUNIOR DKPARTMKNT— Ktymology, Knglish Grammar, Geography, Universal History, Writing, 
Reading, Mental and Wrilton Arithmetic, Rhetoric, Cemposition. 

JUMIDR DEPARTMENT. — Knglish Grammar, Etymology, Geography, United StaUs History, MenUl and 
Written Arithmetic, Reading, First I.o3sons in Elocution, Rhetoric, Composition, Natural History, Familiar 
Science. 

MIDDLE DEPARTMENT —Arithmetic, Algebra, Etymology, Aiici.-nt Ceography, Parsing in Prose and 
Poetry, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Elocution, Rhetoric, Botany, Pliysiology, Composition, Literature. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT— Algebra, Geometry, .Mental and Moral Philosophy, Logic, Literature, Elements 
of Criticism, Astronomy, Composition, Elocution. 



Payment Semi-Annually in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, including a full Englisli Course with Latin, 

Board and Tuition, with English, .... 

French, ..... 

Latin, ..... 

.Music — Piano Forte, 

Use of the Piano, per quarter, 

Harp, . • ■• . 

Guitar, ..... 

Vocal Music, .... 

Drawing, ..... 

Painting in Oil, .... 

Payment Required Quarterly in Advance. 

Preparatory Department, ...... 

Sub Junior " ••••., 

Junior " • . . . 

Middle " ......" 

Senior " ....... 

Fuel, per year, ....... 

Stationery, per year, ..... 




$300 00 


. 250 00 


32 00 


20 00 


80 00 


4 00 


30 GO 


30 00 


. ' . 24 00 


40 00 



$30 00 
60 00 
50 00 
70 00 
70 00 
4 00 
2 00 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 






|ologiiapT|lc i^nl ffialbri^B, 




DEPOT FOR GOODS AND 3IATJEJRIALS 

APPERTAINING TO THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ART, 
Nos. 75 and 77 W. Baltimore St. 



wm/k'^TWM^.%. mmsMmmm iiwci^is^sff. 









CO 



O 







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CO 



CfQ 



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Meecantile College 

ESTABLISHED IN 1850. 
for Instruction and Practice in Bookkeeping, Mercantile Affairs, Commercial 
Calculations, Business Writing and Ornamental Penman- 
■(■jip ship. Visiting and Wedding Cards Written, all 
'Jlmm Kinds of Ornamental Penmanship. 

The imblic are particularly referred to tlif; numerous Bu.Mness Men and Practical Bookkeepers who have 
availed Uieniselves of the substantial benefits of this Institution. The Principal respectfully presents a few 
City References in Circulars, stating terms, &c , &o., to be had at the College or sent by mail. Address, 

M H. GALLAGHER, I^rincijml, 

Nos. 207 & 209 BALTIMOEE STEEET, between Charles and Light. 





ADVERTISEMENTS 



47 




[. 



Inland Route via Delaware and Raiitan. and Chesapeake and Delaware Canals. Comprising eighteen 
Steamers and Barges of average capacity of 130 tons each. For the conveyance of Merchandise, Prcduce^ 
Packages, Horses, Calile, Carriages, Furniture and Goods, of all sorts, nl very low rates. 

TIME THEOUGH 35 HOUKS. 

A Steamboat leaves Baltimore Dailt, except Sunday, from No. 3 LIGHT STREET WHARF. 

A Steamboat leaves in like manner for Baltimore, Dailt, except Sundays, from NORTH RIVER, Pier 7. 

_^^*Goods destined for places beyond Baltimore or New York, forwarded immediately with care — Free 
of all cliarges for comniission. 

^^~The safiety, regularity and dispatch of this I.ine. together with the moderate rates charged, commend 
it to the public as a desirable medium for conveying every description of Freight. 

WESTERN FlilOIGllTS from the Baltimore and Ohio R R. Co. received at the LOCUST POINT DEPOT, 
Icandled ciirtfully auil forwarded witli the utmost dispatch immediately on arrival. Through receipts can be 
iilitained over this route from any of the Agents of tlie B. & O R. R. Co. for Goods deliverable in N. Y. 

J. A. SHRIVE R, Agent, No. 3 Light-st. Whf., Bait. 
W. DALZELL, Agent, Pier 7 North River, N. Y. 



piii[iiD[LPiiiii mmm co. 



VIA CANAL. 

FOR THE TRANSPORTATION OF MER- 
CHANDISE, PRODUCE, PACKAGES, 
HORSES, CARRIAGES, FURNITURE AND 
GOODS OF ALL SORTS. 

PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE, i 



FOR FHILA-DELT^HIi^L. 

One of th'; Company's Steamboats leaves No 3 LIGHT STREET WHARF. Evirt Afternoon at 3 o'clock. 
Arriving in Philadelphia at a o'clock the next morning, in ample time for the New York Trains. 

FROM REEILi^DELRHIi^. 

Leaves Daily, at 3 o'clock, from No 19 SOUTH WHARVi;S. Goods forwarded immediately with care— 
Free of all charges lor Commission 

J. A. SHRIVER, Agent, No. 3 Light-st. Whf., Bait. 
A. GROVES, Jr., Agent, No. 34 South Wharves, Phila. 




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A D V E E T 1 IS E M £ N T S . 



G. W. GA.1L.. 



CHIilSTIA^IV A.JL. 



G. W. QAIL & AX, 

MANIJKACTXTKKRS OF AU, KINDS OF 

Smoking.Fine Cut ChewingTobacco. 

^IWF MB €IMftS, 



Also, Importers of PIPES, SNUFF BOXES, &c. 

isro, S3 sa.k.:r.s st:fie:e:t, 

BALTI MO «]<]. 




G. W. GAIL, • 

Baltimore. 



CHRISTIAN AX, 

Baltimore. 



GEO. I. KUCHLER, 

vVeit) York. 



&AIIj.^ ax & KtJGHLiSR^ 

DEPOT OP 

G. W. GAIL & AX'S MANUFACTURES, 

Nos. 173 and 175 WATER STREET, 



NEAR MAIUEN LANE, 



]SrE\\r YORK 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 49 



HASLETT McKIM. JOHN H MoKIM. 

BROTHERS McKIM, 





N. E. Cor. Baltimore and Calvert streets, 
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. 



BOUGHT AND SOLD ON COMMISSION. 



GOVERNMENT LOANS AND SECURITIES DEALT IN. 

Collections made and a general Banking Business transacted. 

SCHOOLHER & BRO. 

MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IX 

REIDI MADE CLOTHING 

AND 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Nos. 37 and 39 Baltimore street, 

S. E. CORNER OF FREDERICK, 

B A li. T I ]V[ O R S . 

^!^" Custom Work Done at the Shortest JVotiee, 



.'*'•*—'■■■ —• 



50 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BALTIMORE STOVE^HOUSE. 

BIBB &: CO. 

No. 39 LIGHT STREIST^ 

MANUFACTURERS OF THE 




GEM ILLUMINATED 



Gas Burner Fireplace Stove, 

HOT-AIE rUENAOES, EE-IMPEOVED OLD DOMmON, 

EANGES, CAMBOOSES, WASHINGTON, IMPEEIAL. 

PAELOE STOYES AND GEATES, NOBLE, WM. PENN AND OTHEE 

AGRICULTURAL CALDRON FURNACES, all Sizes. 

^s-Ciistoin-Made Tin Ware. 



?t^_'-jai^_iLjLi 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



61 



S. B. SEXTON & CO. 




IRON FOUNDERS, ^^<^ 









E-" 

PQ 
O 







en 
o:) 

pa 
c 



oo 

o 
O 

I 







MANUFACTURE AND KEEP FOR SALE 

SBXTOIff'S PATENT 

PARLOR GAS BURNER STOVES, 

GAS BURNING COOKING STOVES & RANGES. 

Sexton's Patent HAM BOILEKS, for Carrying off the Pnmes while Cooking. 

Sexton's Patent COAL HOD and SIPTEE Combined. 

ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF THE BEST AND MOST APPROVED 

GOOKIFG AND HEATIFG STOVES, 

WHOLESALE AS^D RETAIL. 



52 



AD VEETISEMENTS, 




FI RE 

AND 

BURGLAR-PROOF 




FURNISHED WITH 

Hall's best Powder & Pick-Proof Locks. 



Constantly on hand a large stock of these superior 
Safes, (the heroes of over 200 fires,) for sale at factory 
prices by the Sole Agents, 

SPEAR BROTHERS. 

No. 41 S. Charles Street. 




CONSTANTLY ON HAND A LARGE VARIETY, 
EMBRACING 

Counter, Platform, Warehouse, Dor- 
mant, Boiling Mill, Coal, Hay, 
Cattle & Eailroad Scales. 

ALSO, 



EMBRACING 

Apothecaries', Druggists', Grocers', 

Butchers', Jewelers' & Bankers' 

Scales. 

The above are the Best Articles of their kind to be had. 
Our stock embraces all descriptions of Weighing Appara- 
tus, and we invite the attention of every one wanting a 
yood article at manufacturers' prices. 

SPEAR BROTHERS, Sole Agents, 

No. 41 SOUTH CHARLES STREET, 

EVERT SCALE WARRAHTED. (B^tLITIIKa®!^!, 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



53 



WHEELER & WILSON'S 



At the FAIRS Of the 

U. S. Agricultural Society. 

American Institute,New York. 

Mechanics' Assoc'n, Boston. 

Franklin Institute, Phila. 

Metropolitan Mechanics'In.^ti- 
tute, Washington. 

Mechanics' Institute, Balto. 

Mechanics'Association, Cincin- 
nati, 

Kentucky Institute, Louisville 

Mechanical Ass'n, St. Louis. 

Meohanics'In3tltute,San Fran- 
cisco. 



^^#*®^^®% 




At the STATE FAIRS Of 

Maine, Ohio. 

Vermont, Indiana, 

Connecticut, Iowa. 

-Vew York, Tennessee. 

New Jersey, Illinois, 

I 
Pennsylvania,Kentucky, 

Virginia, Michigan, 

Mississippi, Wisconsin, 

Missouri, California. 

And at Hundreds of County 

Fairs. 



With Glass Cloth Presser, Improved Loop-Check, New Hemmer, Binder. Corder, Braider, k 

]Vo. S14 BALTIMLOItE STItEET. 



lO€K STITCH 



This Machine makes the "LOCK STITCH," and ranks highest on account of the elas- 
ticity, permanence, beauty and general desirableness of tlie stitching when done, and the 
wide range of its apphcation. — Report of the American Institute, Neio York, 

Tlie qualities which commend the Wheeler & Wilson Machine are: 1. Beauty and 
excellence of stitch alike upon both sides of the fobric sewed. 2. Strength, firmness and 
durability of seam, that will not rip nor ravel, and made with — 3. Economy of thread. 
4. Its attachments and wide range of application to purposes and materials. 5. Com- 
pactness and elegance of model and finish. 6. Simplicity and thoroughness of construc- 
tion. 7. Speed, ease of operation and management, and quietness of movement. 

From the Swann Premium Committee, Mechanics' Institute, Baltimore. 

The Committee award to the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, falling, as the Com- 
mittee think it does, within the description of "the most practical invention adapted to 
common use, to be estimated with reference to the cheapness and general utility." Tlie 
Committee had a wide range allowed to them by the laws of the offer of this premium, 
and have deliberated carefully before coming to their conclusion. There are three ma- 
chines in the exhibition ; and in determining between them, the Ccjmmittee, guided by 
the language of the offer, have chosen that which in tlieir opinion is the most likely to 
come into common use, not only in large establishments, but for the purposes of daily 
domestic life, 

SlOO O^SH PREMIUM. 

JOHN" H. B. LATROBE, Chairman, ^ 

JAMES MURRAY, 

WM. H. KEIGHLER, 

L. P CLARKE, J. OmmiUee. 

Mrs. ROSS WINANS, 

Mrs. R. G. WARE, 

Mrs. M J. BUCK WALTER, 

Office, 214 Baltimore Street, next to Oortlan & Co. 



54 



ADVEETISEMENTS, 



EDWAED M. KEITH. 



J. RUSSELL KELSO, Jr. 



M. KEITH, Jr., & SON, 

Manufacturers' Agents for the Sale of 



HIlDWill, 



Nos. 23 and 25 S. CHARLES STREET, 

Offer at Lovrest Itates, ror Cash, 

HARRISBURG CUT NAILS AND SPIKES, 
GOSNOLD MILLS HORSE SHOES, 
PARR'S TOOL CHESTS, 

AMES' AND ROWLAND'S SHOVELS AND SPADES, 
SHEBLE & FISHER'S FORKS, 

Davenport & Mallory's Locks, 

PLYMOUTH TACK & RIVET CO'S TACKS, RIVETS, 

FINISHING, CLOUT AND SHOE NAILS, 

SAVERY'S ENAMELED WARE, 



WSIffl,! ftl. 



*? 



AMERICAN BUTT CO'S HINGES AND SAD IRONS, 

CHARLES PARKER'S MILLS, SCALES AND SPOONS. 

SCREWS, RULES, GIMLETS, BOLTS, HATCHETS, HAMMERS, 
AXES, HOLLOWWARE AND CASTINGS. 



/;u* 




^a 






:aif If Hi 



And all other Articles in the 

HARDWARE LINE. 




^w^^sHiNaxoisr BuiLiDi:N^as. 



56 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



THE 



i) 



^^^^^ORE mijij^ 



<* 



/• 




Is constantly open for the reception and care of THE SICK. The 
Patients are attended by the Faculty of the University^ and nursed 
by the Sisters of Charity. An addition has recently been erected, 
containing commodious private apartments separate from the more 
public portion of the house. Persons from a distance requiring sur- 
gical treatment or operations, will find the Instituton admirably 
adapted to this purpose. 

Board from THREE to TEN DOLLARS per week, according to 
the accommodations required. 

Applications for admission may be made to 

DR. J. J. IBEOKENBi^UaiT, 

Eesident Physician. 



ADVERTISEMEKTS 



57 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, 

Schiool of MediciaSc 




The Annual Session begins early in October, and ends on the 
first of the ensuing March. 



^A(01Ji?^ ©IF (P}(lli3©, 

N. K. SMITH, M. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery. 
W. E. A. AIKIN, M. D., Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy. 
GEORGE W. MILTENBERGER, M. D., Professor of Obstetrics. 
RICHARD McSHERRY, M. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medi- 
cine. 
C. JOHNSTON, M. D., Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. 
SAMUEL CHEW, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. 



Clinical Instruction is given in Medicine and Surgery at the "BALTIMORE INFIRMARY," an Institu- 
tion of more than thirty years standing, belonging to the University, situated in its immediate neighborhood, 
under the sole charge of, and attended by, the Faculty. Its wards constantly contain ample material for il- 
lustrating the various forms of disease, and are open throughout the year, to all Matriculates of the School 
without charge. 

Anatomical material is abundant, and supplied at moderate expense. The Demonstrator, James H. But- 
ler, M. D., devotes regular hours to this department of instruction. 

Fees for the Full Course, $90. Practical Anatomy, $10. Matriculation, $5. Graduation, $20. 

For further information apply to 

GEO. W. MILTENBERGER, Dean of the Faculty, 

No. 152 W. Lombard-st., Baltimore. 



68 ADVEETISEMENTS. 



SHEIFFIKL.D POGKBT dS: TABLG 






Razors, Scissors, Butcher Knives, &c. 

16 S. CHARLES STREET, 



Ir^^Wade & Butcher's and Geo. Wostenholm & Son's I X L Pocket 

Knives and Razors— Joseph Eodgers & Son's Scissors, 

Ivory Table Knives, Carvers, &c. 

"Purchasers will do well to examine our Stock of Goods before purchasing elsewhere 



JOHN W. BECHTEL, 

Peactical Plumbee, 

AND 

STOVE, FURNACE AND TIN WARE MANUFACTURER, 

Also, Agent for Mott's Tubular Oven Kange, 

No. 93 NORTH EUT^AV STREET, 
BALTIMORE. 

JOHN R. COX & POPE, 

PRODUC[ & mm. COMMISSION MfRCHiNIS, 

S. W. COR. HOWARD AND FAYETTE STS. 

FLOUR, GRAIN, BUTTER, DRIED FRUIT, &a 

REFERENCE— Western Bank of Baltimore. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



69 



HAVRE DE GRACE 

lata, ^^ingle i llaning Milk, 



• ' TUr ATVTTTXi A /-imTTTJ-C-D nxi — -^ 



MANUFACTURER OF 



%> w 







f> 



FiOEMi. lAf HS, 



AND WHOLESALE DEALER IX 



WHITE PINE, OAK, POPLAR, NORWAY, HEMLOCK, 



AND OTHER KINDS OF LUMBER. 

II^I^ STUFF 



J! 



Of every description, Sawed to Order, on Short Notice, and in the best manner. 



PLANED LUMBER & FLOORING, 

Of all kinds, constantly kept on hand, and Planed to Order. 

Shingles, Laths, and Peach Box Slats, 

OF ALL SIZKS, MAPR TO ORDER. 



Dealers and Contractors will find it to their advantage tc cnl! nt il .■ ^'i•lMl(iu■t. iv. ;ii 
Havre de Grace, Md. 

We also have the Machinery for manufacturing and re-slitting tliiu I •■ ■;. rjs. for all 
kinds of small and large boxes. 

JOHN Dubois. 



60 



ADVEKTISEMENTS, 



JAMES YOUNG, 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTER, 

No. 114 W. BALTIMORE STREET, 

OPPOSITE SUN OFFICE, 
B®"Promptness, punctuality, and low prices. 



T^ILLIAM H. LOCKS, 

77 MURRAY, N. Y., and 4 OTIS STREET, BOSTON, 
SATINETS, FLANNELS, ETC. 

PRINTED, DYED AND KKFINISHED. 

Office, 39 Strawberry-st. 

PHILADELPHIA. 



I Works are the oldest in the United 1 
States, and possess unrivalled facilities. ) 




WHOLESALE AND EETAIL 

' GILT FRAME 

MANUFACTORY, 

Photographers and Artists furnished with 

Y41 FlA MES. 



^GLASS 



AT NEW YORK PRICES. 

Done at the lowest figure. 
Constantly on hand a Fine Assortment of 

5?,MVIES- At GEO. W. HEWITT'S, 

P^o. O JV. Gay Sti-eet, 

BALTIMORE, MD. 



A DVERTISEMENTS 



61 



SLLIS 6^ GAIRBIS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

<M^ C^*§V" '^^-^^ ^.'^\-- Gy^'v 4^#P G^3CM>^d Q^ Ci£.Qfi Qi^ 






"^^ 



$ 



QHi''J5S Cj^l' 



And 



PORTER, ALE AND CIDER, 

Agents for Robison's Improved Phosphate of Lime, 

Ho. 14 South Gay Street, 



M: ART KJSTET'S 

O FEET LO]VG^. PltlCE ^lO. 

From entirely new surveys of the whole State. The only perfect, complete and reliable Map of MARYLAND 
yet published. Also, for sale Maps of Maryland Counties, of 

frederick, washington, cecil, kent, howard. anne arundel, 

prince george's, carroll and montgomfrt. 
sim:on j. ]mar,te]vet. 

No. 6 South Street, Baltimore. 



mmm 



LIIVE 




FOR 

Chester River! 

STEAMER CHESTER, Captain E. S. L. Young. STEAMER GEORGE LAW, Captain Crosby. 
STEAMER ARROW, Captain Sharp. 

Either of the above Steamers leave LIGHT STREET WHARF, foot of Conway Street, EVERY MORNING, 
at 7 o'clock, for KENT ISLAND, QUEENSTOWN, GREY'S INN CREEK, CORSICA CREEK, BOOKER'S 
WHARF, ROLPH'S WHARF, CHESTERTOWN and CRUMPTON. 

H. B. SLAUGHTER, Proprietor. 
JAMES F. M. WOODALL, Agent. 

(O R I a I N A i_ .) 

aiLiaouR's 

NEW YORK DINING SALOON 

Tlie Larg-est and. Cheapest in the City. 

MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 

WINES AND LIQUORS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY, 

125 ¥. BALTIMOKE-ST., 0pp. American and Clipper Offices, 

JOSEPH RUTHERFORD, Proprietor. 



62 



ADVERTISEMENTS, 



m 



WW 

© 

m 

Ml 



fl S 



^1 





FOR YOUNG LADIES, 

131 ST. PAUL-ST., between Monmnent and Centre-sts. 



m% Mwat 



f^ 



\imtt 



The Scliolastio Tear Commences on the Second Monday in September, and 
Closes the Last Friday in June. 

J|®°For Terms, References, &c., see Grculara at principal Bookstores in the city. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



63 



jrA.S. O'BRIEN, 



(Successor to EICHAED LILLY,) 



m 1 ©) 



D 



SJl T^ 



©S) 



IiEM:OVEr> TO 

No. 64 W. Fayette-st., between Calvert and North-sts. 
STICKNEY & CO. 

MANUFACTUKERS OF 

Pig Iron and Railroad Wheel Iron, 

LAZARETTO FURXACE, CLINTOX STREET, CANTOJT, 

AND DEALKRS IS 

PIG IRON, NAILS & CUMBERLAND COAL. 

OFIICE, No. 57 EXCHANGE PLACE. 



F. J. EUTH. 



HEifET riEMrua. 



liUTH & IPlEMING, 



PACKERS OP 



,\(S& 



AND 






ALSO, 



FRUITS OF ALL KINDS, 

N. E. Cor. Aliceanna and Chester-sts. 



^^r. 



64 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ITIM© I 



JManufacture Estatolislied 1818. 



The quality of this Ink has been tested for more than forty yeajs. During this 
time, it has constantly increased in public favor and patronage, and is now the leading 
article in the country. The proprietors annex a few of many Testimonials received 
from parties who have used it for more than a quarter of a century, and whose opportu- 
nity and qualifications for judging correctly of its merits will not lae questioned. 

Registey of Deeds Office, Boston, January 10, 1859. 
Messrs. Matnard & Noyes, Gentlemen : I am glad that longer use of your Writing 
Ink enables me to repeat the testimony given in its favor many years ago. I have used 
it in this office thirty-seven years, and my oldest records are as legible and black as ichen 
first written. This rare quality for permanence, renders it invaluable for State and Coun- 
ty Records and all mercantile purposes, where it is important that the writing should 
remain legible and unchanged in color by the lapse of time. 

Henry Alline, Register of Deeds. 

BowDOiN Public School, Boston, January 7, 1857. 
Messrs. Maynaed & Noyes, Gentlemen : I have used your Ink in the Writing Depart- 
ment of this School the past thirty years, and take great pleasure in renewing my tes- 
timonial of its superior quality. It flows freely from the pen, its color is brilliant and 
permanent, and it combines all the necessary and desirable qualities of good Ink. 

Jas. Robinson, Writing Master. 

The following extract of a letter from a well-known and long established Bookseller 
in Dover, N. H., is like many others often received, and will be found to express the 
opinion and correspond with the experience of a larger number in the business. 

After trying various kinds of Ink, most of my customers come back to yours. I am 
tired of the miserable compounds offered every Httle while, jiretending to be superior to 
all other Inks, and will have nothing further to do with them. I have used your Ink 
on my books over twenty-six years, and my customers can see how it stands against 
time. Entries made in 1832 are as fresh as those made during the year. 

Dover, N. H., October 16, 1858. E. J, Lane. 

The following Testimonial from Dr. Chilton, is added as a supplement to any of his 
previous tests. 

From experiments instituted by me, in 1855 and 1856, and repeated within the past 
six months, I am fully satisfied that Maynard & Noyes' Writing Ink is entitled to the 
pre-eminence it has always sustained for Legibility and Permanence of color. 

New York, May 11, 1858. James R. Chilton, M. D., Chemist, 

The above popular Ink, together with BLUE, RED, CARMINE, and COPYING 
INK, WRITING FLUID and INK POWDER, is for sale by the principal Book- 
sellers, Stationers, and Paper Dealers in Baltimore. 



65 ADVERTISEMENTS. 

CHARLES D. DE FORD & CO. 

37 SOUTH G^Y STREET, 

BALTIMORE, 

commission mcRGHANTs^ 

FOR THE SALE OF 

MANQFACTURED AND LEAF TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c. 



OF BALXIIktORE, 



<3' 

IN THIS CITY OR ELSENA/HERE, 



ON PLEASING TERMS, AT LOWEST RATES. 



ANDREW REESE, President. 

M. BENZI.VfiER, 
K. H. PERKI.VS, 
SRORGE P. THO 

G. HAELAN WILLIAMS, Secretary. 



JAMES M. POUDER, AAROX FEXTON, M. BENZI.VfiER, S. T. HATCH 

WM (i. POWER, CHARLES HOFFMAN, E. H. PERKI.VS, H ROOERS 

SAMUEL R. SMITH, H. J. WERDEBAUGH, GEORGE P. THOMAS, .1. S. JENKINS 



OFPICE, S. E. COENER OF SOUTH AND SECOND STREETS. 

GHARLBS FARIIffGER^ 

MANUFACTURER OF 



14 Constitution Street, and 5 Liberty Alley, 



HAS ALWAYS ON HAND, 



groiv«, f eUouT, ^alt ^XJmv, (^UmimX, mm and |ancj| ^oapjsi, 

WHICH HE WILL SELL ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS, 

MAYGER & SHAFFER, 

PATTERN MAKERS AND IRON FOUNDERS, 

40 E. m:oivum:e]xt sti^eet, balti^iore, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Portable and Stationary Steam Engines, Grist, Saw and Sugar Mills. 

Constantly on hand MILL GEARING. HEAVY AND LIGHT PULLEYS, HANGERS and SHAFTINGS, 
ami all sizes of WATER STOPS and PIPES. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of 
BOILERS and TANKS made to oidt-r. 

Also, CAST IRON ARCHITECTURAL WORK of Every Description, Made and Put Up, 

Such as House Kronts, Cornices, Trusses, Brackets, (iirders, Beams, Window and Door Caps, Columns, 

Posts, &c. Plain and Ornamental Kailing and Two-Inch Water Pipes always on hand. 



66 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



JOHN W. MAXWELL, Jr. 




€3 



S 



M 
M 









r^ 



11 






C|i£>2M> 



Gi^^ <3yo 



HoJH 




Of Every Description at the Lowest Market Price. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



67 



^as. F. Shcmas. 



"Wharles WM. 




€^??ia^ 




IIKHBS. 



£fo.. /7e (Eoyltimore Street, 



lAlf IM©11 



64U hnds of 
^cuyht and Sold at ffest Tiates. 64Iso^ 

SOUTHERN BANK NOTES, BONDS AND STOCKS, 

Bcuf/ht and Scid en ^^cmmissicn. 



niii 



rii 



FASHIONABLE CLOTHING 



AND 



ESTABLISHMENT, 
No. 73 1?ir. BALTimORE STRBET^ 

ABOVE OAir, 

WHERE MAY BE FOUND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF 



,j? 



OP THE MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. 



J^^'k Large Assortment of Goods in the Piece, which will he Made to Order in the Latest and Best 

Manner. Also, 

GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. 



68 



A D VERT IS EM E NTS. 



FURNITURE WAREROOMS, 

101 N. CHARLES STREET, BALTIMORE, Up Stairs, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

OAK AND WALNUT CHAMBER FURNITURE, 

Also, in IMITATION OF ALL KINDS OF WOODS; ORNAMENTAL SUITS, of every color i: 
DINING ROOM FURNITURE of every variety ; PILLOWS and BOLSTERS ; 

CURLED HAIR & HUSK MATTRESSES, and a general assortment of CANE SEAT C5aAIRS. 

^^"1 Manufacture my Furniture Expressly for Retail Sales. 



RICHARDSON & CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



f ll^ 



L. 1 



mc„»., 



AND LUBRICATING OILS, 

Warehouse— 7 Mercer-st. Factory— Wine-st. 



S-^rtliifr Smory. 



j/chn /J. Sqerkn. 











IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMKHTIC 

HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c. 



BALTIMORE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



69 



F. ROSENDORN, 

GOLD AND SILVER SMITH 

No. 11 LTOHT STREET, 

ICf^Particular attention paid to all Orders. 

C. E. R.^U, 

No. 20 MeCLELLAN'S ALLEY, near Sharp Street, 

Between Baltimore and Fayette, TI^ArLi^nMTCO^yglT^g 



D)^ 



ANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 



IN ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY, BLACK WALNUT AND SILVER. 

Keeps constantly on hand and makes to order all of the above named articles. Counters and Store Fix- 
tures made to order. Country Mercljants are particularly invited to call and examine his stock. 

.^©^GLASSES, all sizes, inserted in Bow Windows and Show Oases. 
^rORDERS PROMPTLY EXKCUTKU AT SHORT XOTICE. 

STS AMED 

FRESH COVE OYSTERS 




Put up by A. FIEILD^ Baltimore, 

At his Old Established Stand, 
No. 309 WEST LOMBARD STREET, 

bese Oysters retain all their Original Flavor and Tonghness, 

.^^~ Warranted to keep Twelve Months in any Climate. 



70 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



^ GENERAL EXPRESS ^ 



WAmM) 

OF 

CURRENCY, SPECIE, JEWELRY, BONDS, 

AND VALUABLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 



PARCELS, BAGGAGE, &c., &c. 

EXPRESSES ARRIVE AND DEPART DAILY TO ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES 

NORTH, EAST, WEST & SOUTH. 



This Company has recently extended its Connections throughout the ENTIRE SOUTH, and are pre- 
pared to Forward with 

SAFETY AND DISPATCH, AND AT MODERATE RATES, 

To all points in the above directions, 
ClX^r OFFICER: 

164 Baltimore Street, 

227 and 229 S. Howard Street, 

Calvert Station & Norfolk Boat Wharf. 

At either of the ahove places general information and rates will he given. 



®1®11S 1® ill! f @1 i®®lS 

Should lt>e left at No. 104 Baltimore Street. 

Wagons make Calls up to SIX o'clock P. M. 

THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. 




Catablisbed 1837. 

Mug ^ l^uMisIjing df staWis^ment, 
Book, Paper and Stationery Store, 

Marble Building, 183 Baltimore street, Baltimore. 

Medals awarded by the Maryland Institute, for Printing, Book-binding and Bank Checks. 
By the Metropolitan Institute, Vfa.sh\ngton, a Diploma for superior Blank Books. 



€^ 



MURI^HY & CO. 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALBK8 IN 

Books, Paper, Blank Books, Stationery, &c. 

Constantly on hand, a large and well selected sto ck of 

'School, Classical, Miscellaneous and Juvenile Books, &c. 
Foreign Books: a large and varied stock, to which constant ad- 
ditions are made by direct importation. Foreign Books imported to order. 

Blanh Boohs^ Paper, Stationery, Sfc. 

ComprisiBK * largo assortment of JSnqlUh, French, and American Letter, Cap and Note Papers, Ennelopt; 
JnJi,, Gold and Steel Pens, Copying Pres.ee, Copying Books, Ac. dc, of the b.st quaUt.e.. 

BLANK BOOKS, of every Description, made to Order, in superior styles. 




on TQE rsEXISES. 



Print to Oudeb 
at abort notice : 



Bill-JIcatls 



Drafts 



Promissory Notes 



Sank CliccJa 



Bilt-i Exchange 



Blanh Deeds 



Cashiers' Blanlu 



Bills of Lading 



Lata Blanks 



Law Bri^s 



Books 



Pamphlets 



Catalogues, dec. 



Keep constantly 

on liand and make 

to order : 



Day Books 



Cash Books 



Blotters 



Check Books 



Copying Books 



BLANK BOOKS, witU PRINTED HEADINGS, &c. 

Made to order to any style, or pattern of Ruling, in a superior manner, at the shortest notice. Long eipcrienc, and 
unsurpassed facilities, in having this class of work Printed, Jiuled, Pag ed and Bound, omui 
•nable us to execute aU orders in this line in a Very superior style, at remarkably low rales 
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CORRECTIONS, ADDITIONS, ALTERATIONS, 

AND NAMES TOO LATE FOR INSERTION IN THEIR PROPER PLACES, 



Aler Jolirij pump maker, 45 n Paca 

Bany William R. (F. B. Loney & Co.) 307 

Lexington 
Bates Franklin, manufacturer of hoisting ma- 
chines, &c. East Falls av near Pratt-st. 
'bridge, dw 378 e Baltimore 
Brown Robert, 168 w Biddle 
Brown William Z. clerk, 168 w Biddle 
BRYANT, STRATTON & CO. commercial 
college, Law buildings, cor St, Paul and 
Lexington 
BoUman John W. civil and constructing en- 
gineer, cor Clinton and Second av 
Buxbaum Benj. S. clerk, 157 n Eden 
Chanuy Floyd, 244 w Baltimore, dw 183 w 

Hoffman 
Cbaney & Randall, dry goods, 254 w Balbi- 

more 
Conkluig Willam H. bookkeeper, 263 Madi- 
son av' 
Conklinfr Capt. Wm. H. 2G3 Madison av 
Creamer Uavid, lumber merchant, s e cor 

Monument and Ensor 
Davidson Marshall, 48 Saratoga 
Didier Henry A. insurance agent, 65 Second 
Dillon A. H.jr. insurance agent, 58 Exchange 

place, dw 179 w Biddle 
Dittell D. S. clerk, 228 n Charles 
DUTROW C. F. wholesale dealer butter, 

cheese, &c. 1 Guilford 
EUicott Andrew, 109 n Charles 
Ellicott Evan T. jr. (H. W. Ellicott & Bro.) 

109 n Charles 
ELLICOTT H. WM. & BRO. (H- W. El- 
licott, Evan T. Ellicott, jr.) Maryland blast 
furnace, foot of Cross-st. 
Ellicott H. Wm. (E. W. Ellicott & Bro.) 109 

n Charles 
Ettinger Geo. M. teacher, 173 Conway 
Ewing J. H. attorney, 11 Law buildings, dw 

cor St, Paul and Mulberry 
FuUon Alexander, agent associated press, 

552 w Fayette 
Ganssoin Eugene, mining engineer, 89 n 

Broadway 
G^ssavvay & Hooper, manufacturers of the 

Ashland flour, 70 Spear's wharf 
Gross & Hoffman, (H. P. Gross, G. W. 
Huffman,) dealers in tobacco, cigars, &c., 
427 w Baltimore 



Gross H. P. (Gross & Hoffman,) 444 \y 

Fayette 
Hachiel John C. bookkeeper, 196 Penna. aV 
Harper William, gent's furn. goods, a e cor. 

Eutaw and Saratoga 
HARRINGTON & MILLS, looking glass 

and frame manufacturers, and furnishing 

goods, 140 w Baltimore 
Harrison Nerval M. clerk, 54 Saratoga 
Hart Margaret, 22 n Strieker 
Hart M. wood engraver, over 219 w Balti'' 

more 
Hawkins Wm. office 4 Bank of Baltimore, 

dw 128 Cathedral 
Hild George J. clerk, 127 n Eutaw 
Hoffman G. W. (Gross & Hoffman,) 444 w 

Fayette 
Hopkins Mrs. J. S. 48 Saratoga 
Jenkins G. Taylor, office 4 National Bank of 

Baltimore buildi)ig, dw 69 Cathedral 
Kahler Adam, flour, feed, &c. 365 w Balti- 
more, dw 48 Pearl 
Kimberly Harry, soap and candle factory, 27 

and 29 Buren 
Leach Mrs. Edward J. 54 Saratoga 
Price Dr. Elias C. office cor Saratoga and 

Sharp, dw 110 n Eutaw 
Riddle H. R. cashier National Exchange 

Bank, dw 170 Park 
Robinson Davenport, foreman. Stiles near 

Exeter 
Rosendorn Francis, gold and silver plater, 11 

Light, dw 23?i Montgomery 

ST, ANDREW'S SOCIETY. 
Incorporated 1806. 
J. Mason Campbell, President. 
John Boyd, 1st Vice-Presidenti 
John Biggar, 2d do. 
John T. MorriSj Counsellor. 
Wm. Mackintoshj Secretary. 
Dr. Mackenzie, Physician. 

MANAGERS ! 

Wm. Crichton, F. L. Farquharaoiij 
J. Lawson Bezickj Jas. Anderson, 
Jas Cairns, George Russell. 

Warden Jas. (J. & H. Warden,) 157 St. Paul 
West Charles & Sons, coal oil, &c. 115 W 
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GENERAL CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Ad(litii)ns, Alteratious and Correc- 
tions, .... back of Title. 
Advertisements, Index to, . . 9 

Almshouse, ..... 613 
Appendix, . . . from 595 to 618 
Atbenajum, ..... 612 
Baltimore Association for the Improve- 
ment of the Condition of the Poor, 612 
Baltimore Gymnasium, . . 611 

Banks, 605 

Board of Trade, . . . . 613 

Boundaries of Wards, . . . 617 
Business Directory, . from 513 to 672 
Cfitonsviile and Ellicotts Mills Railway, 610' 
Cemeteries, . . . . .613 
ChiKlrea's Aid Society, . . 612 

Churclies, ..... 614* 
City Government, . . . 595 

City Passenger Railway, . . 609 

City Police and Fire Alarm Telegraph, 598 
Colored Persons, . . . . 467 

Commissioners of Public Schools, . 596 
Consuls and Vice-Consuls, . . 6 10 

Corn and Flour Exchange, . . 613 

Courts, 603 

Custom House, .... 599 

Dispensaries, . . . . ,613 
Express Companies, . . . 609 

Fire Department, .... 598 
Gas Light Companies, . . . 613 

Germania Club, . . . .612 
Government of the United States, 595 

Government of the State of Maryland, 595 
Hibernian Society of Baltimore, . 612 

Home of the Friendless, . . . 613 

612 



PAGE. 

Infirmaries, Hospitals, (tc, . . 61S 
List of Names of Residents, from 17 to 512 
Map of the City of Baltimore, cor- 
rected to date, in front of . 17 

Markets 594 

Maryland College of Pharmacy, . 613 

Maryland Gas Company, . . 613 

Maryland Hospital fur the Insane, 613 

Maryland Institute, . . . 612 

Masons, 610 

Members of the City Council, . . 596 

Merchants Exchange and News Rooms, 612 
Names too late for insertion, &c., back of Title 



Notaries Public, 

Odd Fellows, (I. ) . 

Post Office, .... 

Preface, ..... 

Public Schools, (Location and Teach 

ers of.) .... 
Railroads, .... 
Red Men, (Improved Order,) . 
Red Men, (Independent Order,) 
Resident Commissioners, . 
Societies, .... 
Sons of Temperance, 
Stages, .... 

Stamp Duties, 

Steamers and Steamboats, . 
Street Directory, 
Telegraphs, .... 
Typographical Union No. 12, . 
United American Mechanics, 
United Ancient Order of-Druids 
United Brothers, (I. 0.) 
Water Board, . . 

York Road Railway, . 



610 

610 

599 

3 

597 

607 

611 

611 

61 

610 

611 

609 

601 

608 

573 

609 

612 

611 

611 

611 

612 

610 



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INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Adjusters of Averages, 

Agents — Mercantile, 

Agents — Advertising, . . . . 

Agents — General 

Agents — Insurance, . . . . 

Agents — Property and Collectors, 

Agents — Real Estate, 

Agricultural Implements, 

Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes and Pho- 
tographs, ..... 

Antiquarian Books, &c.. 

Apothecaries and Chemists, 

Architects and Civil Engineers, 

Artists 

Artists' Materials, .... 

Artificial Flowers, 

Attorneys at Law, .... 

Auction and Commission Merchants, 

Bacon Dealers, . . , . 

Bag Manufacturers, 

Bakers, .... 

Band Box Manufacturers, 

Bankers, .... 

Banks, .... 

Banks — National, 

Banks — Savings, 

Basket Makers, 

Bel! Founders, 

Bell Hangers, .... 

Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights, 

Block and Pump Makers, . 

Boarding Houses, 

Boat Builders, ..... 

Bonnets, Ribbons, Silks and Straw 
Goods, ..... 

Book Binders, .... 

Booksellers, Stationers, and Publishers, 

Boot and Shoe Dealers and Manufac- 
turers — Retail, .... 

Boots and Shoes — Ladies, 

Boot and Shoe Dealers and Manufac- 
turers — Wholesale, 

Bottlers 

Brass Founders, .... 

Brewers, ...... 

Brooms, Baskets and Woodenware 
Dealers, . . . . 



PAGE. 




PAGE. 


513 


Brickmakers, 


521 


513 


Britannia Ware Manufacturers, 


521 


513 


Brokers — Exchange, Bill, Real Estate 




513 


and Stock, 


521 


. 513 


Brokers — Merchandise and Shipping, 


522 


513 


Brush Manufacturers and Dealers, 


522 


. 513 


Burr Mill Stone Manufacturers, 


522 


514 


Butchers, .... 


522 




Butter Dealers, 


524 


514 


Cabinet Makers, 


524 


514 


Cap Makers, 


. 525 


514 


Cards — Machine, 


525 


. 515 


Carpenters and Builders, 


. 525 


515 


Carpets, Oil Cloth, &c., 


526 


515 


Carpet Weavers, 


. 526 


. 515 


Carriage and Coach Makers, 


526 


515 


Carvers and Gilders, 


526 


517 


Cement and Plaster, 


. 526 


. 517 


Chair Makers, .... 


. 526 


517 


Chemists and Dealers in Chemicals, 


526 


517 


China, Glass and Queensware, 


527 


. 517 


Chiropodists, 


527 


518 


Claim Agents, . 


. 527 


518 


Cloaks and Mantillas, 


527 


518 


Clocks, .... 


. 527 


518 


Clothiers — Children, 


528 


518 


Clothiers — Wholesale, 


527 


518 


Clothiers — Retail, 


. 527 


518 


Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, &c., 


528 


. 518 


Coal Dealers, 


528 


518 


Coal Oil and Lamps, . 


528 


. 519 


Coffee Roasters and Spice Grinders, 


529 


510 


Collar Makers, 


529 




Commercial Colleges, 


.629 


. 519 


Commission Merchants, 


529 


519 


Commissioners of Deeds, 


. 532 


, 519 


Companies — Miscellaneous, 


532 




Composition Roofing, . 


. 532 


519 


Confectioners and Fruiterers, 


532 


. 520 


Confectioners and Fruiterers — Wholesale, 533 




Consuls and Vice-Consuls, 


. 533 


520 


Conveyancers, - . . . . 


533 


521 


Coopers, ..... 


. 533 


521 


Coppersmiths and Works, 


533 


521 


Cork Cutters, .... 


. 534 




Corset Makers, .... 


534 


521 


Cotton Brokers 


. 534 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. 



vu 



Cotton Dealers, 
Cotton Yarn, &c., 
Cotton and Woolen Goods, 
Cuppers and Leachers, 
Curled Hair Manufacturers, 



PAGE. 

534 
. 534 

534 
. 534 

534 



Curriers and Leather and Findings 

Dealers, 534 

Cutlers, 534 

Dancing AcAdemies, .... 534 

Dentists, 534 

Dental Depot 535 

Distillers, 535 

Dispensaries, ..... 535 

Drawing Instruments, . . . 535 

Dressmakers, ..... 535 

Druggists — Wholesale, . . . 535 

Dry Goods — Retail 535 

Dry Goods — Wholesale, . . . 536 

Dyers and Scourers, . . . 536 

Dye Woods and Dye Stuffs, . . 536 

Earthen and Stoneware Manufacturers, 536 

Edge Tools, 536 

Embroideries and Laces, . . . 536 

Engines and Boilers .... 537 

Engine and Locomotive Builders, . 537 

Engravers, ..... 537 

Ethereal Oil. Alcohol and Camphine, . 537 

Express Forwarders, . . . 537 

Fancy Goods — Retail, . . . 537 

Fancy Goods— Wholesale, . . . 537 

Fertilizers, 538 

File and Rasp Manufacturers, . . 538 

Fire Engine Hose Manufacturers, . 538 

Fish Dealers, 538 

Fish Inspectors, .... 538 

Fishing Tackle, Twine, &c., . . 538 

Flag Manufacturers, . . . 533 

Florists, 538 

Flour and Feed Dealers and Millers, 538 

Forwarding, 539 

Fresco Painters, .... 539 

Fringe Manufacturers, .... 539 

Furniture Dealers, .... 539 

Gardeners 539 

Gas Fitters 539 

Gas, 540 

Gas Metre Makers, .... 540 

Gaugers, ...... 540 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Whole- 
sale, ...... 540 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Retail, 540 

Glass Dealers, ..... 540 

Glass Manufacturers, .... 540 

Glass Stainers, ..... 540 

Gloves, Hosiery, Worsted, &c., . . 541 

Gold and Silversmiths, . . . 541 



PACK. 

Gold Pen Manufacturers, . . 541 

Grain Dealers, ..... 542 

Grocers — Retail, .... 541 

Grocers — .Wholesale and Commission, 542 

Guano Dealers, .... 543 

Gun Manufacturers and Dealers, . 543 

Hair Dressers, .... 544 

Hardware — Retail 543 

Hardware — Wholesale, . . . 544 
Hat and Cap Manufacturers, . . 544 
Hats, Caps, Furs and Straw Goods- 
Retail 544 

Hats, Caps, Furs, &c. — Wholesale, . 544 

Hermetically Sealed Fruits, &c. . 545 

Hide and Leather Dealers, . . 545 

Hotels, 545 

Hoop Skirt Manufacturers, . . 546 

House Furnishing Goods, , . 546 

Ice Dealers, . . . . , 546 

Importers, 546 

India Rubber Goods 548 

Instrument Makers, . . . 548 

Insurance Companies, .... 548 

Iron Fence Railing, .... 548 

Iron and Steel Dealers, . . . 548 

Iron Founders, .... 548 

Iron Furnaces, 548 

Japanners, 549 

Jewelers 549 

Junk Dealers, 549 

Lamps and Oil, 549 

Lime 549 

Liquor and Wine Dealers, . . . 549 

Liquors and Wines — Wholesale, . 550 

Lithographers, 550 

Livery and Hack Stable, . . 550 

Locksmiths, 551 

Looking Glass and Picture Frame Man- 
ufacturers, ..... 551 
Lumber Merchants, .... 551 
Machine Sewing, .... 551 

Machinists, 551 

Malsters, 553 

Manufacturers, 552 

Manufacturers and Machinists' Supplies, 553 



Marble and Stone Workers, 

Matches, . 

Merchant Tailors, 

Military Goods, 

Millers, 

Milliners, 

Millinery Goods, 

Millwrights, 

Mineral Water, 

Morocco Manufacturers. 

Music and Musical Instruments, 



553 
553 
553 
554 
554 
554 
555 
555 
555 
555 
555 



Vlll 



INDEX TO BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 





PAGE. 




PAGE. 


Music Teachers 


555 


Sewing Machines, 


. 566 


Nails, Brads, Spikesj &c., . 


. 555 


Ship Builders and Marine Railway, 


566 


Naval Stores, ..... 


555 


Ship Joiners, 


. 566 


Newspapers, .... 


. 555 


Ship Smiths, .... 


566 


News and Periodicals, 


555 


Shipping Masters, 


. 566 


Nightmen, ..... 


. 555 


Shipping Merchants, 


566 


Notaries Public, .... 


556 


Shirt Manufacturers, 


. 566 


Nurses and Midwifes, 


. 556 


Shoe Findings, 


567 


Oil Companies, 


556 


Show Case Manufacturers, 


. 567 


Oil Dealers, 


556 


Show Cards, . . . " . 


567 


Opticians, 


. 556 


Silk Weavers, 


. 567 


Organ Builders, 


556 


Silver Platers, .... 


567 


Ornamental Plasterers, 


. 556 


Silversmiths, 


. 567 


Oyster Dealers, .... 


. 556 


Soap and Candle Manufacturers, 


567 


Packing Houses, . 


557 


Spice Mills, 


. 567 


Packing Bex Makers, 


557 


Steamship Lines, 


567 


Painters — House and Sign, 


. 557 


Steam Planing Mills, 


. 567 


Paints, Oils, &c., 


557 


Steam and Water Heating, 


567 


Paper Box Manufacturers, 


. 558 


Steam Sugar Refiners, 


. 368 


Paper Hangings, .... 


558 


Stencil Cutters, 


567 


Paper Sheathing, 


. 558 


Storage Warehouses, 


. 567 


Paper Stock, 


558 


Stove Dealers, .... 


567 


Paper Warehouses, .... 


558 


Surveyors, .... 


. 568 


Pawnbrokers, > . ... 


. 558 


Sutler's Stores, .... 


568 


Photographers, .... 


558 


Tailors' Trimmings, 


. 568 


Photograph Albums, 


558 


, Tanners, 


568 


Photographers Stock, 


558 
. 558-^ 


' Tea Dealers, 


. 568 


Physicians 


Telegraphs, .... 


568 


Piano Dealers and Manufacturers, 


561 


Tin and Sheet Iron Workers, 


. 568 


Pickling and Preserving, 


. 561 


Tin Plate and Metals, 


570 


Plumbers, 


561 


Tobacco and Cigars — Retail, 


. 569 


Pocket Book and Jewelry Case Manufac- 


Tobacco Dealers and Manufacturers — 


turer, 


561 


Wholesale, .... 


569 


Potteries 


. 561 


Toilet Articles, 


. 570 


Printers — Book and Job, . 


561 


Trimmings, Laces, &c.. 


570 


Printers— Copperplate, 


. 562 


Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, &c., 


570 


Produce Dealers 


562 


Turners, ..... 


570 


Provision Dealers, 


. 562 


Type Founders, 


. 570 


Pump Makers, .... 


563 


Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturers, 


570 


Railways, .... 


563 


Undertakers, .... 


570 


Ranges and Furnaces, 


563 


Upholsterers, .... 


. 571 


Regalia Makers, 


. 563 


Variety Stoers, .... 


571 


Restaurants, .... 


. 563 


Varnish Dealers, 


. 571 


Rolling Mills 


.'564 


Veterinary Surgeons, 


571 


Roofers, ..... 


. 564 


Vinegar Makers, 


. 571 


Rope Makers and Ship Chandlers, . 


564 


Watches and Jewelry, 


571 


Saddle and Harness Makers, 


. 564 
565^ 


Weighers, .... 


. 571 


Saddlery Hardware, 


Whips and Canes, 


571 


Salt Dealers, 


. 565 


Wig Makers, • ... 


. 571 


Safes — Fire Proof, .... 


565 


Wire Workers, 


572 


Sail Makers, 


. 565 


Wood Dealers. 


. 572 


Saloons — Lager Beer, 


565 


Wooden and Willow Ware, 


572 


Sash, Door and Blind Manufacturers, 


565 


Wool Dealers, 


. 572 


Saw and Planing Mills, 


565 


Wrought Iron Tubes, 


572 


Scales, .... 


. 565 


Yeast Makers, 


. 572 


Seed Stores, .... 


566 


Miscellaneous, .... 


572 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Attorney At Law. 

Wm. Daniel .... 31 

Bill Posting. 

J. W. Harper & Co. . . .39 

Bone Dust Manufacturer. 

Joshua Horner . . . .29 
Boots and Shoes. 

George F. Fisher ... 33 

David J. Ross, front inside cover page. 
Brass Ware. 

AugustWagner . . . .33 
Bankers. 

John S. Gittings & Co. . .26 

Brothers McKim ... 49 

Barrel Factory. 

Kimball, Shaffer & Co. . . 31 

Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c. 

Ellis & Cairns .... 61 
Charles F. Siebert . . . 41 

J. Ruppert .... 16 

Bristle Dealers. 

Wm. Wilkens & Co. . . 28 

Brewers. 

John Baier .... 22 

Brokers— Stock and Bill. 

Brothers McKim ... 49 

John S. Gittings & Co. . . 26 

Card Engravers. 

Stork & Gillespie ... 8 

Carriages for Hire. 

Cyrus Martin .... 35 
Cement, Plaster, Sio. 

J. Henry Giese 

bottom lines on inside pages. 

Chemicals, Paints, Oils, &c. 

Baker Bros. & Co. . . . 42 

G. & N. Popplein, Jr. . . 19 

Aug. G. Meyer & Co., 

bottom lines on inside pages. 
China, Glass, &c. 

Nicholas Stein .... 20 



Cigars, Tobacco, &c. 

Charles D. Deford & Co. . .65 
G. W. Gail & Ax . . . 48 

Gail, Ax & Kuchler ... 48 
S. Rosenfeld & Co. . . .32 
Wm. Welsh & Sons ... 9 
H. Wilkens & Co. ... 21 
Clothiers. 

Smith Bros. & Co., top lines inside pages. 
B. Stine, . . . . 67 

George McKendree Teal . . 6 
Noah Walker & Co. . . 55 

Schoolherr & Bro. ... 49 

Coal Oil. 

Nicholas Stein, . . .20 

Commercial and Mercantile 
Colleges. 

Gallagher's Mercantile College, . 46 

Coopers. 

Kimball, Shaffer & Co., . . 31 

J. Ruppert, ... 16 

Commissioner of Deeds. 

Wm. Daniel, . . .31 

Commission Merchants. 

John R. Cox & Pope, . . 58 

Fiol, Toscano & Co., (Havana,) 13 

Thomas H. Evans & Co. . . 31 
J. Henry Giese, 

bottom lines on inside pages. 
Henry T, Taylor, . . 31 

Curled Hair Manufactory. 

Wm. Wilkins & Co. . . 28 

Cutlery. 

Canfield Bro. & Co. . .4 

Kleppish Brothers, . . 58 

Dancing and Waltzing Academy. 
Charles L. Spies, . . .20 

Dental Depot. 

Charles H. Cowman, . . 13 

Dining Saloons. 

Martin's Miller's Hotel, . 35 

Gilmour's . . . .61 



X 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE. 

Dry Goods, 

J. Eichelberger & Co. . . 12 

Dye Woods, Drugs, &c. 

R. J. Baker, . • .17 

En graver— Wood . 

Marx M. Hart 62 

Engineers and Machinists. 

Denmead & Son, . . 38 

Mayger & Shaffer, ... 65 

Hazlehurst& Co. ... 29 

Edward Norwood, . . .20 

Peter Walther, ... 29 

Murray, Clark & Co., . . 38 

Express Companies. 

Adams Express Company, . • 70 

Fancy Goods. 

Canfield Bro. & Co 4 

George W. Brown, ... 28 
Lawrence D. Dietz i^ Co. 

leaf fronting Business Directory 
W. R. Johnson, . . . .34 
Jacob Knipp, Jr. ... 18 

Leonard Passano, .... 2 

Fertilizers. 

R. J. Baker, .... 17 

Flag Dealers. 

J. W. Loane, .... 23 

Sisco Brothers, ... 27 

Flour, Grain, Seeds, &c. 
J. Henry Giese, 

bottom lines on inside pages 

Furniture, &c. 

Hiss & Bro. ... 18 

R. W. Heywood, . . .68 

Gas Fitting and Fixtures. 

August Wagner, . . 33 

Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. 

Lawrence D. Dietz & Co., 

leaf fronting Business Directory 
W. P. Masee & Co. . .1 

Leonard Passano, . . .2 

Gilt Frames, Mirrors, &c. 

G. W. Hewitt, . . .60 

Glassware. 

W.R.Johnson, . . 34 

Baker Bros. & Co. . . 42 

Goldsmiths. 



Canfield Brother & Co. 
F. Rosendorn, 
Gunsmith. 

Merrill, Thomas & Co., 

back inside cover 
Harness. 

James O'Brien, 



4 
69 



63 



PAGK. 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

M. Keith, Jr., & Son, . . 54 

Hoisting Machines. 

James Bates, . ... 3 

Hosiery, Yarns, Gloves, &c. 
Lawrence D. Dietz &c Co. 

leaf front of Business Directory 
Louis Felber, . . .9 

Jacob Knipp, Jr., . . 18 

Leonard Passano, ... 2 

Hotels and Eating Houses. 

Gilmour's . . ' . 61 

Martin's Miller's Hotel, 35 

House Furnishing Goods, &c, 

Solomon J. Kann, . . 8 

Infirmaries. 

Baltimore Infirmary, . . 56 

Insurance. 

Associated Fireman's Insurance Co. 43 
Baltimore Life Insurance Co. . 30 
Brooklyn Life Insurance Co. . 33 

Fireman's Insurance Company of 

Baltimore 30 
Howard Fire Insurance Co. . 65 

New England Mutual Life Insurance 
Company, Boston and New York, 
back inside cover. 
E. J. Richardson & Sons, 

back outside cover. 
Union Fire Insurance Company. 9 

Iron Works. 

A. & W. Denmead & Son, . 38 

Hazlehursl & Co. . . 29 

Mayger & Shaffer, ... 65 
Murray, Clark & Co. . . .38 
Stickney & Co. . 63 

Liquors, Wines, Porter, &c. 

Ellis & Cairns, . . .61 

Johnson &f Behr, . . 37 

J. Ruppert, . . ♦ . 16 

Chas. F. Siebert, . . 41 

Livery and Sale Stables. 

Cyrus Martin, . . . ' 35 

Lumber. 

John Du Bois, Port Deposit, . 59 

Machinists, &c. 

A. & W. Denmead & Son, . 38 

Geo. Page & Co., * . .15 

Mayger & Shaffer, . . 65 
Peter Walther, ... 29 

Hazlehurst & Co. . . .29 

Murray, Clark .^ Co. . . 38 

Malt and Hops. 

John Boyd, . . .13 

Map of Maryland. 

S. J.Martenet, . . • . 61 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Xl 



Marble Works. 

Jolin W.Maxwell, jr., . . 66 

Hugh Sissoii, ... 1 

Matches. 

T. H. Alexander& Co., . . 23 
Xftilitary Goods. 

Canfield, Bro. .^ Co.,. . . 4 

Jacob Gmiiider, . . .12 

Sisco Brothers, ... 27 

Music Publisher. 

Henry McCaffrey, . . 32 

Nautical Goods, &c. 

Peter Walther, ... 29 

Notions, Hosiery, &c. 

Lawrence D, Dietz i^Co., leaf front 
of Business Directory 
J. Eichelberger & Co. . . 12 

Jacob Knipp, jr. . . 18 

Leonard Passano, . , .2 

Oil Company. 

J. H. iSimonds, Franklin, Venango, 
Co., Pa., page front of Business 
Directory. 
Oils, Lamps, &c. 

Nicholas Stein, . . .20 

Oyster and Fruit Packers. 

Alfred Friend ^ Co., . . 10 

A. Field, . . . .69 

Numsen, Carroll & Co., 

page front of Business Directory 
Ruth Sf Fleming, . . 63 

Painters— Sign and Ornamental. 

Shriver & Co., . . .11 

Paints and Colors. 

Baker, Bros. .^ Co., . . 42 

Aug. G. Meyer & Co., 

bottom lines on inside pages 
G. &N. Popplein, jr. . . 19 

S*aper Hangings. 

A. H. Smith, ... 38 

Howell & Brothers, 

fore edge of book 

iPaper Warehouses. 

Joshua Horner, . . .14 

J. A. Dushane, ... 40 

James S. Robinson, . . 30 

Wheel wiigh t, Mudge& Co., . 25 

Willis & Adams, . . . 24 

Paper Box Manufacturers. 

Levi Weaver, ... 41 

l*hotographic Galleries. 

E. Louis Ide, . . . 18 

Wm. F. Shorey, . . 41 

P. Lenfield Perkins, ... 43 

Richard Walzl, ... 46 
and last page in book 



Photographic Stock. 



W. R. Johnson, 


34 


Richard Walzl, last page in book. 




Pickling and Preserving. 




Numsen, Carroll &f Co., 




page front of Business Directory. 




J. Ruppert, 


16 


Pianos. 




Gaehle's Manufacturing Co. 


14 


Wm. Knabe& Co., 


5 


Platers— Silver. 




Jacob Gminder, 


13 


Plumbers. 




Thomas C. Bas^or ^Co., 


44 


John W. Bechtel, . . 


58 


William Dunnett, 


20 


Print Works. 




Wm. H. Locke, Philadelphia, 


60 


Printers— Book and Job. 




John Murphy & Co., 




front of title. 




James Young, 


60 


Produce, &c. 




John R. Cox & Pope, , 


58 


Thomas H. Evans & Co., 


31 


Henry T. Taylor, 


31 


Provision Dealers and Packers. 




Peter Sweeney, 


39 


Albert Schriner, 


19 


Restaurants. 




Gilmour'ts, 


61 


Saddles, Harness, &c. 




James O'Brien, . 


63 


Show Case Maker. 




C. F.Rau, .... 


69 


Safes. 




Herrings, (Spear Bros.) . 


53 


Saw Mills, Stationary and Portable. 


George Page & Co. 


15 


Mayger & Shaffer, 


65 


Scales. 




Fairbanks & Co., 


7 


Jesse Marden, . . . 


S6 


Howe's (Spear Bros.) 


52 


Richard Murdoch, 


26 


Schools and Colleges. 




Miss Annie Matchett, . 


63 


Literary Institute for Young Ladies, 


45 


Baltimore Female College, N. C. 




Brooks, 


36 


Bryant Seminary, . 


33 


Scourers. 




E. Fisher & Bro., 


43 



atii 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Sewing Machines. 

Grover& Baker, bottom lines inside pages 
"Wheeler & Wilson, . . 53 

Shoes. 

G. F. Fisher . 33 

Silver Ware. 

Canfield, Bro. & Co., . . 4 

Stables. 

Cyrus Martin, . . .35 

Soap and Candles. 

Charles Faringer, . . 65 

Smith & Curlett, ... 41 
James Webb, • ^ • » ^^ 

Stationery. • 

Stork & Gillespie, . . 8 

Steam and Water PixtureSv 

Thomas C. Ba3shor& Co, . 44 

Steamboat Lines. 

Slaughter's Line, . . 61 

Stoves, 

John W. Bechtel, . . 58 

Edmund Wolfe, . . 8 

Bibb & Co., ... 50 

S. B. Sexton & Co. . . 51 

Sutlers Supplies. 

Johnson & Behr, . . 7 

Tailors, (Merchant.) 

Smith Bros. & Co., top lines inside pages 

B. Stine, . . . .67 

Geo. McKen dree Teal, . 6 

Noah Walker «fe Co., . . 55 

Tin Plate, Wire, &c. 

Stanley & Co. ... 28 

John Doerr, . , .13 



Tobacco, Cigars, &c. 

Chas. D. Deford & Co, . • 65 

G. W. Gail & Ax, . . 48 

Gail, Ax & Kuchler, . . 48 

S. Rosenfeld& Co., . . 32 

Wm. Welsh & Sons, . • 9 

H. Wilkins & Co., ... 21 
Transportation Lines. 

Baltimore and Philadelphia Steam- 
boat Company. . . 47 
New York and Baltimore Transpor- 
tation Line, ... 47 

Trimmings, (Dress, &c.) 

Sisco Brothers, , , 27 

Trunks, Valises, &c. 

James O'Brien, ... 63 

Turners, (Fancy.) 

P. Rombach, . . . 32 

Umbrella and Parasol Manu- 
facturers. 

P. Rombach, • • . 32 

Universities. 

University of Maryland, . 67 

Watches, Jewelry. &c. 

Canfield, Bi'o. & Co., . , . 4 

Well Boring, (Artisian.) 

Jos. Ruppert, ... 16 

Wharf and Bridge Builder. 

Edward Flaherty, . . 19 

Window Glass and Glass Ware. 

G. & N. Popplein.jr. . . 19 

Baker, Bros, (fe Co, . . 42 

Writing Ink. 

Maynard & Noyea, . , 64 

Yarn, Gloves, &c. 

Louis Felber, ... 9 

Jacob Knipp, jr., . . 18 



Well-dressed People buy their Clothing of SMITH BROS. & CO., 
No. 40 W. Baltimore Street. 



BALTIMORE 

CITY DIRECTORY, 

1865-'66. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

'n. north; s. south ; e. east; w. west; si. street; d. court ; av. avenue; aZ. alley; la, 
lane ; dw. dwelling ; cor. corner ; L. P. Locust Point ; F. P. Fells Point ; F. H. Federal Hill. 

Note : The names appearing in CAPITAL LETTERS are Subscribers. 



AAR 



ABE 



Aaron Charles F. pattern maicer, 216 Mont- 
gomery 
Aaron Dorothea K. 216 Montgomery 
Aaron George W. gunsmith, 143 s Regester 
Aaron Lewis, rag dealer, 44 Columbia 
Aaron Lewis, soldier, 44 Columbia 
Aaron Marcellus, U. S. N. 216 Montgomery 
Abbel Henry, tailor, 271 Franklin 
Abbert Peter, tailor, 45 Albemarle 
Abbes Mrs. Sarah C. 163 Chesnut 
Abbett Samuel R. V. 25 HoUins 
Abbett Thomas M. treas. Susq. Canal Co. & 
Laurel Cannel & Oil Co. over n e corner 
South and Second, dw 25 HoUins 
Abbott Alex. (Chas. H. Ross & Co.) 114 

s Caroline 
Abbott C. F. tobacco store, 175 Conway 
Abbott Daniel E. R. mariner, 31 Jefferson 
Abbott Edson A.(Abbott& Sons,) 320 n Car- 
oline 
Abbott Edwin A. (Abbott & Sons,) 113 s 

High 
ABBOTT & SONS, (E. A. Abbott, Ed. A. 
Abbott & H. M. Hutchinson,) steam 
flour mill City Block next to drawbridge 
Abbott George, cooper, 26 n Caroline 
Abbott Geo. T. puddler, 6 Pleasant al 
Abbott & Henry, (James F. Abbott & T. 
Henry,) com. merchants, over 150 w Pratt 
Abbott Horace, Baltimore Co. 
Abbott James F. (Abbott & Henry) 71 s Car- 
oline 
Abbott James L. carpenter, 10 Goulds ct. 
Abbott James A. boiler maker, 256 Hanover 
Abbott Capt. John C. mariner, 356 Light 
Abbott John E. laborer. Quay al 
Abbott John N. laborer, 219 e Fayette 



Abbott Mrs. Mary E. C. dressmaker, 31 Jef- 
ferson 
Abbott Noah, cabinet maker, 191 n Eden 
Abbott Samuel, laborer, 193 Montgomery 
Abbott Wm. tobacconist, 238 s Broadway 
Abbott Wm. H. H. clerk, 238 s Broadway 
Abbott Wm. H. carter, 149 s Fremont 
Abbot Wm. M. printer, 147 n Eden 
Abel Mrs. Dorothea, 351 e Lombard 
Abell A. S. (A. S. Abell & Co.) 85 Saratoga 
Abell Casper, shoemaker, 139 Henrietta 
Abell Charles T. printer, 24 w Biddle 
Abell Mrs. Christian, 177 Fenna. av 
Abell Christopher C. (C. C. Abell & Bro.) 

177 Penna. av 
Abell Christopher C. & Bro. (C. Abell & F. 
M. Abell,) butchers, 47 Center, 32 Lexing- 
ton, and 24 Richmond markets. 
Abell David, printer, 238 Lexington 
Abell Edward M. butcher, 177 Penna. av 
Abell Franklin M. (Christopher C. & F. M. 

Abell,) 177 Penna. av 
Abell George W. attorney, 41 St. Paul, dw 85 

Saratoga 
Abell I. bootmaker,* 141 Camden 
Abell William, gilder, 293 Penna. av 
Abell William, tailor, 33 s Poppleton 
Abend Henry, barber,*171 King. 
Abendgine Andreas, laborer, 88 s Regester 
Abendschan Ambrose, shoemaker, 74 Lead- 

enhall. 
Abendschan Clement, carpet weaver, 232 a 

Charles 
Abendschan Joseph, paver, rear of 201 Mont- 
gomery 
Abendschan Rudolph, laborer, rear of 201 
Montgomery . 



J, HENRY GIKSE, Commlasion 91ercliant, for the sale ot Flour, Grain, Seeds, &G. 
Rosendale Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on hand, HI Spear'* Wbarf. 

2 



SMITH BEOS. & CO., 40 W. Baltimore-st., Famous for their Choice 
Stock of Clothing for Men's and Boys' Wear. 



ABE 



18 



ADA 



Abendsfhein John, porter, 14 Bi;van 
Abendschen Geo. tailor, 200 Montgomery 
Abeiidschend Clement, carpet weaver, s w 

corner Charles and Hughes 
Abendshine Andrew, barber, 164 s Bond 
Abercrombie Mrs. Christian, 132 n High 
Abercrombie David, (H. Taylor, & Co.) 78 

Cliew 
Abercrombie John, (H. Taylor, & Co.) 132 

n High 
Abercrombie Thomas, hoop skirt manufactu- 
rer, C6 Camden 
Aberlein Cliarles, soldier, 55 Mulberry 
Aberlem Michael, scroll worker, 55 Mulbrery 
Abert John M. 252 e Lombard 
Abey George T. hatter, 16 n Ann 
Abey Joseph, fish dealer, 326 William, neai 

Fort av 
Abey Joseph W. clerk, 363 e Baltimore 
Abey Michael H. caulker, 69 Cross 
Abey Samuel, bricklayer, 326 William 
Abey Mrs. Sarah, 326 William 
Abey Mr.s. Sarah, seamstress, 73 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 
Abey Wm. H. grocery, 369 Light 
Abeys Ferdinand, cooper, 106 Frederick av 
Abindliin John-, provision store, 438 Canton av 
Able Jacob, tailor 37 Marion 
Abler Earnest, cutter, 104 Franklin 
Aborn Wm. ship carpenter, 61 Block 
Abraham Barnett, cigar maker, 275 n Gay 
Abraham Fanny, rags, 3 L McElderry 
Abrahams John J. ship builder, and proprie- 
tor Screw dock, Thames, foot of Caroline, 
office 58 Philpot 
Abrahams Mary Ann, 96 s Caroline 
Abrahams W. H. ship builder, 47 s Broadway 
Abrahams Woodward, (T. J. Cochran & 

Co.) 22 s Broadway 
Abrams Alexander J. marble cutter, Green- 

mounlav. opposite Cementery 
Abrams Mrs. A. R. 2 n Broadway 
Abrams James K. P. carpenter, 277 Canton av 
Abrams John, mate, 35 Fountain 
Abrams Washington, clerk, 277 Canton av 
Abris John, shoe maker, 49 s Chapel, restau- 
rant, 260 e Pratt 
Aburn Emily A. grocery, n e corner Centra] 

av and Edward 
Aburn John, grocer, cor Thames and Philpot 
Aburn Melvina, 346 s Bond 
Achenback Henry, butcher, 332 Penna av 
Achenback John, plasterer, 3 Walsh 
Achey Chas. F. (F. Achey& Son,) 132 Ger- 

ma n 
Achey Frederick &, Son, (Frederick Achey 
and Chas. F. Achey,) curriers, 22 s Liberty 
Achey Frederick, (Frederick Achey & Son,) 

curriers, 129 German 
Achzigor Frederick, 430 Canton av 
Ackeal Wm. T. clerk, 30 Greenmount av 
Acker Joseph, tailor, 8 n Durham 
Acker Peter A. shoemaker, 82 North 
Ackerman Bernhardt, tailor, 21 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Ackerman Charles C. watchmaker, 49 Lex- 
ington 
Ackerman Conrad, 255 Aliceanna 
Ackerman Edward, laborer, Frederick road, 

near toll gate 
Ackerman George, sawyer, 112 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Ackerman Henry, laborer, 88 Albemarle 



Ackerman John, pump maker, 62 Walnut al 
Ackerman Nicholas, cutter, 81 s Chapel 
Ackerman Peter, musician, 17 Spring 
Acklcr Jacob B. boot and shoemaker, 287 w 

Pratt 
Acomb George, basket maker, 130 Franklia 
Acomb Joseph, basket maker, 121 Franklin 
Acomb William, brooms, baskets and wood- 

enware dealer, 121 Franklin, dw 130 
Adair John, machinist, 86 Preston 
Adair Sarah, nurse, 231 n Caroline 
Adam Andrew, 170 s Wolfe 
Adam Chas shoemaker, 33 s Wolfe 
Adam Frederick, cabinet maker, 21 Somerset 
Akam Henry, currier, 119 McElderry. 
Adam John A. locksmith 407 e Fayette 
Adam John W. wheelwright, 290 Harford ay 
Adams Adelaide L. 64 n Charles 
Adams Albert, shoemaker, 96 Druid Hill av 
Adams Amelia, teacher, St. Paul's Asylum 
Adams Benjamin F. hatter, Warner, near 

Henrietta 
Adams Capt. C. S. 100 n Bond 
Adams Caroline, 1 Abey al 
Adams Catherine, tailoress, 152 Bank 
Adams Cliarles, laborer, 9 Armistead la 
Adams & Davidson, (J B. Adams & W. T. 
Davidson,) grocers and commission mer- 
chants, 7 Commerce 
Adams Edward, grocer, 226 Hollins 
Adams Eliza, 54 n Bond 
Adams E. M. clerk, 507 w Fayette 
ADAMS EMELIUS, coal yard, s w corner 
Caroline and Dock, dw 14 Jackson square 
ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 164 w Baltimore, 
depot 227 and 229 s Howard, Samuel M. 
Shoemaker, resident partner 
Adams George C. silversmith, 17 George 
Adams Geo. W. boatman, 140 Hamburg 
Adams Geo. W. bricklayer, 357 s Sharp 
Adams Rev. Geo. F. Gilmor, w of Mulberry 
Adams Geo. W. engineer, 105 Hamburg 
Adams Henrietta, teacher, 587 w Fayette 
Adams Henry, piano maker, 194 w Fayette 
Adams Henry, shoemaker, 186 George 
Adams Jacob H. bricklayer, 99 n Eden 
Adams James H. 139 North 
Adams James L. bricklayer, 251 e Lombard 
Adams James McG. clerk, 165 n Fremont 
Adams James furn wagoner, 130 MuUikin 
Adams James M. engineer LJ. S. N. 192 Sar- 
atoga 
Adams Jane, 18 w Lombard 
Adams John A. clerk, 367 w Fayette 
Adams Capt. John E. 100 n Bond 
Adams John F. 222 Conway 
Adams John Q. (Carroll, A. & Necr,) 59 Lee 
Adams John H. (Milbourne, Adams & Mc- 

Gee) 65 William 
Adams John B. (Adams & Davidson,) 73 n 

Charles 
Adams John G. plasterer, 7 Wyeth 
Adams Joseph, laborer, 9 Abbott 
Adams John, hackman, 289 n Eutaw 
Adams Joseph S. carpenter, 229 Druid Hill 

av, dw 210 wBiddle 
Adams J. Thomas, clerk, 527 w Fayette 
Adams Joseph, plasterer, 135 Welcome al 
Adams J. W. clerk, 236 Hollins 
Adams Joshua, gas inspector, 128 Chew 
Adams Lewis B. blacksmith, 12 Church 
Adams Lewis P. clerk, 290 w Baltimore 
Adams Mary A. 527 w Fayette 



AUG. G. MEYER Si CO., Manufacturers of AVhite Lead, Zinc, Putty, I^ampblaek, Glii«« 
Neatsfoot Oil, Saltpetre, Paints and Varnishes, 100 W. Lombard Street. 



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Adams Mrs. IVfarv E. 209 Druid Hill av 
Adams Mrs. Mnry S. 232 William 
Adams M. mariner, 307Aliceanna 
Adams & Moulton, (Wm Adams & J. D. 
MouUon,) wholesale dealers in hosiery, 
gloves & fancy i;oods, 251 \v Baltimore 
Adams Orson, 569 Lexinjilon 
Adams Robert, sailor, 110 n Bond 
Adams Susanna, 184 Chesimt 
Adams Samuel T. (Willis & Adams,) Fred- 
erick road, Baltimore county 
Adams Samuel, watchmaker and jeweler, 20 

e Pratt 
Adams Samuel S. mariner, 129 n Bethel 
Adams Samuel H. carpenter, 36 Columbia 
Adams Tliomas, firemari, 117 L. Greene 
Adams Thomas E. M. clerk, 527 w Fayette 
Adams T. W. machine sewing and gents' 
furnishing goods, 171 w Baltimore, dw 144 
Adams Thomas, watchmaker, 65 McHenry 
Adams Wm. R. mariner, 129 n Bethel 

Adams , 258 Lexington 

Adams Wm. (Adams & Moulton) 588 Lex- 
ington 
Adams Wm. watchman, 258 c Monament 
Adams Wm. H. pilot, 137 Gough 
Adams Mrs. Winnie, French scourer, 194 w 

Fayette 
Adamson Margaret, 83 Eastern av 
Adarc Robert, restaurant keeper, 405 w Bal- 
timore, dw Gen. Wayne Hotel 
Addenbreck Charles, wheelwright, 432 Can- 
ton av 
A-ddison Decker, 92 Bank 
Addison Dennis, drayman, 96 Jefferson 
Addison Frank R. clerk, 154 Hanover 
Addison George M. deputy sheriff, 612 w 

Fayette 
Addison John D. 54 Conway 
Addi.son John W. machinist, 47 s Poppleton 
Addison Patience, confectionery, 96 Jefferson 
Addison Jolm A. clerk, 75 William 
Addison Samuel L. printer, 75 William 
Addison Samuel S. shoe store, 230 w Pratt, 

dw McMechin near John 
Addison Mrs. Sally D. 154 Lee 
Addison Theodore, engineer, 54 s Poppleton 
Addison Virginia E. teacher, 154 Lee 
Addison Wm. E. clerk, 38 McHenry 
Addison William, carpenter, 75 William 
Addison Wm. Meade, attorney, 29 Lexington, 

dw 12 Townsend 
Adelman Charles, cooper, 17 n Spring 
Adelsiein Jacob, tailor, 21 New Church 
Ader Lawrence, 10 Anthony 
Ader Michael, carpenter, 198 Happy al 
Ad kins Charles, 227 w Biddle 
Adkisson Mrs. Mary, 138 Hudson 
Adkisson & Co. (Wm. Adkisson & Richard 
S. Bowen,) sailmakers, s w corner Light-st 
wharf and Camden 
Adkisson Dr. Wm. H. H. 210 Franklin 
Adkisson Wm. (Adkisson & Co.) 210 Franklin 
Adler Aaron, cattle dealer, 32 Granby 
Adler Abraham, (Simon Frank & Co.) 96 e 

Baltimore 
Adler Abraham, 15 s Liberty 
Adler Adolph, (Simon Frank & Co.) 96 e 

Baltimore 
Adler Charles, (H. Frank & Co.) 9 n Howard 
Adler Emanuel, clerk, 23 s Sharp 
Adler Mrs. Eleanora, dry goods, 195 s Broad- 
way 



ADLER H. M. & CO. (H. M. Adler and J. 
Schentiial,) furnishing goods, over 265 w 
Baltimore 
Adler Henry M. (H. M. Adler 8( Co.) 196 s 

Broadway 
Adler Joseph, property agent, 64 s Eden 
Adler Jacob, wholesale furnishing goods, 246 

w Baltimore 
Adler Julius, dry goods, 210 s Broadway 
Adler Louis H. 270 Canton av 
Adler Louis H. 160 s Charles 
Adler Manness,6]8w Baltimore 
Adler Philip, 15 s Liberty 
Adolph George, barkeeper, Guy's Monument 

House, n c cor. Fayette and Calvert 
Adolph Henry, 245 s Durham 
Adolph John, 275 Canton av 
Adolph John, 20 s Strieker 
Adolph Wm. puddler, 137 s Chapel 
Adreon C. C, Q.. M. U. S. A., 316 Frar.klin 
ADREON & CO. (William Adreon, E. L. 
Thomas & Wm. J. Adreon,) auctioneers 
and commission merchants, 22 s Charles 
Adreon Major Harrison, U. S. A., 136 Han- 
over 
Adreon Henry C. clerk at custom house, 136 

Hanover 
Adreon Wm. T. (Adreon & Co.) 140 Han- 
over 
Adreon Wm. (Adreon & Co.) 136 Hanover 
Adreon Mrs Winifred, 28 n Liberty 
Adt John B. draughtsman, 128 Birre 
Ady James, variety store, 159 s Sharp 
Aelermann John, laborer, over 94 w Pratt 
Acnes John, laborer, 270 Division 
Aff Hubert, lagir beer, 114 e Monument 
Affelder Max, dry goods, 10 s Charles, dw 

310 w Lombard 
Affayroux Epaulete, (Reinicker &Affayroux) 

144 Aisquith 
Affayroux Francis P. blacksmith, 346 Har- 
ford av 
Alfeng John, grocery, 46 Short 
Agal Timothy, 47 Mullikin 
Agan Eliza, variety store, 17 Penna. av 
Agan John, 176 Greenmount av 
Agan Michael, laborer, 25 Ryan 
Agan Michael, laborer, 23 Mount 
Agan Wm. laborer, 3 Watson al 
Agan Wm. laborer, 9 Bevan 
Agncw Charlotte, junk dealer, 25 Harrison 
Agnew James, clerk, 25 Harrison 
Agnew Thomas, carjienti'r, 143 n Paca 
Agnew Thomas A. clerk, 297 w Pratt 
Ahern Daniel, 380 Cant(3n av 
Ahern Jeremiah, wagoner, 80 Granby 
Ahern John, proprietor Cecelia Furnace, 

Canton, dw 253 n Eutaw 
AHERN WM. S., oyster and fruit packer, 

Jackson, F. H., dw 253 n Eutaw 
Ahlers Catherine, 409 Canton av 
Ahles George F., cigar maker, 24 s Durham 
Ahneiling August, tailor, Jefferson, Home- 
stead 
Ahrings E. H. 114 n Central av 
Ahrend Henry, moulder, 315 e Lombard 
Ahrling H. flenry, tavern, 72 Buchanan's 

wharf. 
Ahlsleger Christiana, huckster, 157 Fremont 
Ahmear Dedrick, laborer, Henry n of Hughes 
Ahrens Adolph, (Stirhng & Ahrens) 201 Gar- 
den 
Ahrens Caroline, umbrellas 33 e Lombard 



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Ahrens Charles, vinegar, 26 Eastern av 
Ahrens Dennis, laborer, 2 President al 
Ahrens Julius, confectioner and baker, 239 w 

Pratt 
Ahrens John, cabinet maker, 234 E^istern av 
Aichle John, tavern, Greenmount av near city 

limits 
Aichle Jacob, 248 Hanover 
Aidle Edward, porter, 88 Raborg 
Aidt Lewis, shoemaker, 60 Druid Hill av 
Aiken Matthew K. clerk, 272 Saratoga 
Aiken George B. clerk, 272 Saratoga 
Aiken Dr. George B. 272 Saratoga 
Aiken Mrs Harriet E. 272 Saratoga 
Aiken Mrs Sarah, 272 Saratoga 
Aiken Di-. Wm. E. A. prof chemistry Uni- 
versity of Md., dw 25 Hamilton 
Ailes Henry, expressman, 229 Conway 
Aikular George, 81 Orleans 
Ainwright James, laborer, 9 Armistead la 
Aires James H. engineer, 67 s Washington 

F. P. 
Airey Edward, carter, 209 Ensor 
Airey Eliza, seamstress, 70 Division 
Airey Eliza, feed, 109 Pennsylvania av 
Airey Dr. G. W. 102 Saratoga 
Airey Hiram, carter, 55 Preston 
Airey James, butter, 176 Druid Hill av 
Airey James, clerk, 30 s Ann 
Airey Jerome, shoemaker, 931 Lexington 
Airey Joseph, carter, 127 Davis 
Airey Mrs John B. 1 n Wolfe 
Airey Tobias, carter, 86 Penna av 
Airey Wm. F. machinist, 30 s Ann 
Aisquith Mary H. 507 w Fayette 
AITCHESON JAMES, brass founder, 74 

North, dw 200 n Eutaw 
Aitken James P. 139 n Gay 
Aitken Alex M. bookeeper Bank of Baltimore 

44 Saratoga 
Aitken Margaretta, 139 n Gay 
Akers Daniel, boiler maker, 6 Gould's la 
Akers Daniel T. boiler maker, 6 Gould's la 
Akers Edwin, dry goods, 138 Lexington 
Akers Edward, watchmaker and jewclerj 65 

s Charles 
Akers George W. engineer, 179 Hughes 
AKERS HENRY, restaurant, 84 Gough 
Akers Rasin F. boiler maker, 163 Hamburg 
Akers Sarah, confectionery, 223 w Biddle 
AKERS WM. machinist, 351 s Sharp 
Akiiis H. shoemaker, 105 s Dallas 
Albach John, paver, 4 Walker 
Alband Charles, shoemaker, 70 Chatsworth 
Albaugh Edward W. huckster, 79 Henrietta 
Albaugh Grafton, shoemaker, 124 n Eutaw 
Albaugh George, laborer, 19 Liberty al 
Albaugh George W. plasterer, 32 Boyd 
Albaugh Henry C. carpenter, 271 w Fayette 
Albaugh Hiram, blacksmith, 218 s Charles 
Albaugh John, (White &Albaugh) 114 Penn- 

8 , Ivania av 
Albaugh Wm. A. (Orem & Albaugh,) 218 s 

Charles 
Albaugh Wm. soldier, 124 n Eutaw 
Albedyll Charles, cigar packer, 127 s Spring 
Alberger Adam, butcher, 89 Mullikin 
Albers Charles F. bookkeeper, 95 s Sharp 
Albers Frederick, mariner,. 208 s Ann 
Albers Hr. Henry, 95 s Sharp 
Albers Henry, salesnmn, 95 s Sharp' 
Albers Seibert, mariiier,.290 s Ann 
Albers Wn\. tailor„ 169 s Broadway 



Albert Anna M, grocery, 72 Mulberry 
Albert A ttlebard, laborer, 12 Anthony 
Albert August, furn. wagon, 72 Mulberry 
Albert Augustus, (A. & H. J. Albert,) 26 n 

Eutaw 
Albert Augustus J. (Albert & Bro.) 81 w 

Monument 
Albert Augustus & Henry J. paper bangers 

26 n Eutaw 
ALBERT & BRO. (Augustas J Albert, and 

Wm. J. Albert.) office 352 w Baltimore 
Albert Charles, barkeeper, 66 President 
Albert C. huckster, 301 s Durham 
Albert Francis, clerk, Garrisori la s of Wes- 
tern Cemetery 
Albert Frederick, clerk, 52 n Petca 
Albert Francis, salesman, 10 n Howard 
Albert George, tailor, 164 s Bond 
Albert Henry J. (A. & H. J. Albert,) Balti- 
more county 
Albert George, laborer, 2 Claggett al 
Albert Henry C. clerk, 309 Saratoga 
Albert Jacob, moulder, 118 Henrietta 
Albert John, boot fitter, 57 Bank 
ALBERT JOHN, butcher, 93 Lexington Sf 15 
HoUins markets, dw Grarrison la near Wes- 
tern Cemetery 
Albert John, bookkeeper, Garri.son la 3 of 

Western Cemetery 
Albert John, 164 s Bond 
Albert Joseph S. carpenter, 3{B Saratoga 
Albert Michael, butcher, 31 Lexington mar- 
ket, dw Penna. av n of Northern av 
Albert Thomas E. laborer, 221 Boston 
Albert Wm. J. (Albert & Bro.) 52 Cathedral 
Albert Margaret, 183 w Pratt 
ALBERTI HENRYF.&CO.(H.F. Alberti, 
H. A. D. Brink & Charles Delius,) imps, 
fancy goods, 6 and 8 s Liberty 
Albertson Isaac, proprietor Mansion House, 

61 w Fayette 
ALBERTON COTTON MILLS, oSce 24 

German, Jas S. Gary Sf Son, proprietors 
Albicker Solomon, butcher. Garrison la near 

Western Cemetery 
Albrecht August, bookkeeper, 22 n Eden 
Albrecht Charles, cooper, 115 Frederick av 
Albrecht Frederick, porter, 2 Claggett al 
Albrecht FVed. cooper, 113 Frederick av 
Albrecht Frederick, porter, 5 South 
Albrecht Fred. W. barber, 147 w Madison 
Albrecht Henry, cooper, 225 Frederick road 
Albrecht Jacob, cooper, 225 Frederick av 
Albrecht Timotheus, boot fitter, 22 n Eden 
Albright August A. coppersmith, SOs Schroe- 

der 
Albright Charles, shoeMaker, Fort av near 

Lawrence 
Albright Fred 'k, brass finisher, 176 Ramsay 
Albright Freeland, shoemaker, 51 n Caroline 
Albright Hy. G. coppersmith, 30 s Schroeder 
Albright J. P. constable, 132 s Paca 
Albright Jesse P. bricklayer,, 142 Columbia 
Albright John, blacksmith,. 121 Druid Hill 

av 
Albright Timothy, piano maker, 337 s Sharp. 
Albright Wm. cabinet maker, 337 s Sharp 
Albsleg Jacob,. cooper, 217 Eastern av 
Alcock Frederick, 293 w BiddJe 
Alcock Wm. H. D. bookkeeper,. 293 w Biddle 
Alcock Wm. E. (Spiller& Alcock) 267 n Eu- 
taw 
Alcorn Sarah, matron, 227 Druid Hill av 



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Alcott Phoebe A. teacher, 41 Aisquith 
Alden Mary Ann, 219 e Baltimore 
Alderson Charles D, clerk, 188 Mulberry 
Aldridge & Brewer, (George Brewer,) dry 

goods com. merchants, 5 German 
Aldridge Andrew, jr., 124 n Charles 
Aldridge Andrew, sr., 124 n Charles 
Aldridge Barbara, millinery, 42 e Pratt 
Aldridge Christian, laborer, 109 West 
Aldridge Dr. John H. 124 n Charles 
Aldwell Margaret, 363 Penn av 
Aler Mrs. Anna J. 79 Hollins 
Aler Mrs. Ann, 142 Hollins 
Aler Elizabeth, 79 Hollins 
Aler John, machinist, 530 w Lombard 
Aler John T. (Aler & Sisselberger) 103 Mul- 
berry 
Aler John, blacksmith, 82 n Eutaw 
Aler John W. clerk, 82 n Eutaw 
Aler Samuel, machinist, 219 s Paca 
Aler Ssylvanus R. machinist, 142 Hollins 
Aler Washington L. clerk, 103 Mulberry 
Aler Wm. moulder, 445 w Lombard 
Alex Wm. H. laborer, 50 s Poppleton 
Alexander Ann, 272 Lexington 
Alexander Charles, clerk Circuit court, 182 

Hanover 
Alexander Elijah, fisherman, 163 William 
Alexander Lieut. Eugene, U. S. A 272 Lex- 
ington 
Alexander Capt. Frederick, U. S. A. 272 Lex- 
ington 
AlexanderJaiY.es, n>erc!i. tailor, 9)^ n Eulaw, 

dw 17 s High 
Alexander Juliea I. attorney, n e cor Charles 

and Lexington, dw 272 Lexington 
Alexander John H. civil engineer, 272 Lex- 
ington 
Alexander Mrs. M. H. dressmaker, s e cor 

Charles and Pleasant 
Alexander Mrs. Mary, 171 Hoffman 
Alexander Myer, tobacconist, 242 w Pratt 
Alexander Richard, bailiff Criminal Court, 77 

s Sharp 
Alexander Robert, carpenter, 97 Chew 
Alexander T, H. (T. H. Alexander & Co.) 

49 St. Paul 
ALEXANDER THOMAS S. attorney at 
law, n e cor Charles and Lexington, dw 232 
n Charles 
Alexander Thomas S. jr. 232 n Charles 
Alexander T. H. & Co. match factory, 8 Sar- 
atoga 
ALEXANDER WM. Judge of Circuit Court, 

76 w Fayette, dw 117 e Baltimore 
Alexander Wm. treas. George's Creek Coal 
and Iron Co. 19 South, dw Howard House 
Alfeldor Jacob, junk shop, 58 Hampstead 
Alford George H- hatter, 49 Harapstead 
Alford James E. deputy sheriff, 132 s High 
Alford Mary M, 132 s High 
Algie James, paper block maker, 86 n Caroline 
Alheit John G. tavern, 311 w PraU 
Alice John, cooper, 215 Happy ai 
Allard Albert, fireman, 36 VaJley 
Allard Charles, carpenter, 290 e Madison 
Allard Edward C. carpenter, 335 n Gay 
Allard Edward, soldier, 402 e Monument 
Allard John, tailor, 4 Raborg 
Allard Joseph, carpenter, 300 Aisquith 
Allard Col. Thomas B. carpenter, 381 n Gay 
Allard Wm. carpenter, 346 n Gay 
Allaway Mrs. Sidney, 13 Wyeth 



Allbright Jesse P. 132 s Paca 
AUbright Timothy, saddler, 22 n Eden 
Allderdice John, cabinet maker, 75 Hil| 
Allen Annie C. 18 Decker 
Allen Alexander(A. Allen if Co.)202Ai8quith 
ALLEN ALEXANDER & CO, (A. Allen 
& B. Upton) furniture, 27 Hanover, and 15 
& 17 Granby, and lumber, 56 West Falls av 
Allen Mrs. Ann, 53 n Calvert 
Allen Benjamin, 209 s Charles 
Allen Byron, agent, 289 e Eager 
Allen Catharine, 160 Division 
Allen Catharine, variety store, 209 s Charles 
Allen Charles, conductor, 155 Cross 
Allen Charles, cooper, 2 Greenwillow 
Allen Charles M. clerk, 26 Camden 
Allen Christoph'r E. paper hanger,25 w Biddle 
Allen Edward V. soldier, 66 w Centre 
Allen Rev. Ethan, D. D. 10 Townsend 
Allen Mrs. Eliza, 353 Cross 
Allen George S 299 e Biddle 
Allen Capt. George, mariner, 31 Aisquith 
Allen Geraldus S. at Adams' Express, dw 108 

Walsh 
Allen Henry A. prof, of music, 213 Garden 
Allen Henry L. baker, 37 n Caroline 
Allen Henry, house carp, and ship joiner, 

Wolfe, near Aliceanna, dv/ 1 n Ann 
Allen Henry, (Timson & Allen) 37 n Front 
Allen Henry L. inspector, 322 w Lombard 
Allen Henry, fireman, 141 e Lombard 
Allen Mrs. Henrietta, 67 Franklin 
Allen Herman H. P (i6 w Centre 
Allen Isaac, jr. caulker, 52 Cross 
Allen Isaac, watchman, 56 Cross 
Allen James, paper carrier, 61 Holland 
Allen James I. machinist, 61 s Oregon 
Allen James W. cooper, 339 w Lombard 
Allen Jane, teacher, 237 Franklin 
Allen John, mariner, 11 Fountain 
Allen John W. blacksmith, 57 Perry 
Allen John, machinist, 162 n Fremont 
Allen John E. mariner, 26 s Broadway 
Allen John, cooper, 133 L. Greene 
Allen John, 180 Castle 
Allen John L. 415 n Central av 
Allen Joseph H. 265 e Baltimore 
Allen Joseph, plough maker, 4 n Poppleton 
Allen L. B. clerk, 289 e Eager 
Allen Lewis J. engineer U. S. N. 213 Garden 
Allen Lewis, 243 Pierce 
Allen Robert J . bricklayer, 49 n Exeter 
Allen Robert W. 66 w Centre 
A.llen Sarah, 39 s Exeter 
Allen Solomon, carpenter, 98 Lee 
Allen T. B. telegraph operator, 22 Pleasant 
Allen Thomas, machinist, 39 s Exeter 
Allen Thomas F, ship carp. 341 s Sharp 
Allen Virginia, teacher, 237 Franklin 
Allen Wm. carpenter, 39 s Exeter 
Allen Wm. carpenter, 134 n Fremont 
Allen Wm. H. architect and builder, 265 e 

Baltimore 
AUenW. D. A. clerk Adams' Express, 10 

George 
Allen William H shoemaker, 343 s Sharp 
Allen William, laborer, 33 Chew 
Allen William, vinegar, 237 Franklin 
AUenbaugh Charles T. plumber, 72 Pearl 
Allenbaugh George, plasterer, 6 Parkin 
AUenbaugh Mrs. Mary J. 72 Pearl 
Allenbaugh Wm H. shoemaker, 32 Chats- 
worth 



Shirts, nrawers. Socks, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, CHeapest and Best, at RAY- 
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Allender George, batcher, 73 Forrest 

Allender Henry, carpenter, 319 Saratoga 

Allender Mary, 39 n Calvert 

Allenmand Charles, 46 w Biddle 

Allers Diedrich, feed store, 140 s Eutaw 

Allers H E. laborer, 404 s Charles 

Allers John A. brick n^anuf. near Ferry Bar, 

dw 532 w Fayette 
Allis John (Sprigg & Allis) Fayette near Re- 
publican 
Allison James S. clerk Superior court, Starr's 

Hotel, cor Front and Low 
Allison Joseph, clerk, 120 s Eutaw 
Allison Philip S. clerk, 209 e Pratt 
Allison Robert H. clerk, 65 s Eden 
Allison Wm. brakesman, 462 w Lombard 
Allnian John F. butcher, 18 n Oregon 
Allman John, blacksmith, 122 Mullikin 
Allmaud J. O'G. insurance agent, 46 Seeond, 

dw 75 n Charles 
Allmendenger Jacob, weaver, 57 Penna. av 
AUmendenger Jacob, weaver, 5 Moore al 
Allmon Elizabeth, grocery, 106 n Schroeder 
Allmon John, butcher, 18 n Oregon 
Allnutt C 100 Lee 

Allnutt Edmund S. clerk, 198 w Biddle 
Allnutt G. R. W. clerk, 209 w Lombard 
Allnutt James W. president Bank Commerce, 

dw 177 Saratoga 
Allnutt Mrs Margaret, 198 w Biddle 
AUnut Sarah, 100 Lee 
Allnutt Thomas A. clerk, 100 Lee 
Alloway George N. soldier, 122 Hillen 
Allwell Wm. Wesley, boatman, 40 Essex 
Almack Georgu^ W. blacksmith, 317 Mulberry 
Alman Jolin, laborer, 364 s Charles 
Alois Joseph, tailor, 151 n Eden 
Alouisa Salvator, sculptor, 202 Chesiiut 
Alloway Mrs iVlartha, 112 Hillen 
Alpheus iVlrs. cor Franklin and Schroeder 
Alpsteg Jacob, cooper, 140 s Spring 
Alreiti Louis, 119 Low 
Alricks F. M. 61 Courtland 
Alricks iMiss, 50 w Madison 
Alls John, shoemaker, 411 e Fayette 
Alsleiger Wm. clerk, 101 Columbia 
Alt Caspar, shoemaker, 536 w Baltimore 
Alt Conrad, laborer, 175 s Regester 
Alt John, tailor, 183 s Regester 
Alt John, shoemaker, 95 Pierce- 
Alt John, shoemaker, 229 s Paca 
Alt Peter, broommaker, 88 n Exeter 
Altag Wm blacksmith, 380 Saratoga 
Altevogt William, 217 s Ann 
ALTMAN BERTHA, millinery store, 154 

s Broadway 
Altmycr Simon, 147 e Lombard 
Alton James T. clerk U. S. A. medical dep't, 

31 s Eden 
Alton Lewis, carpenter, 68 s Ann 
ALTOONA COAL AND LUMBER CO. 
58 Kxchango Place, A. M. White president, 
dw 1^6 w Lombard 
Alvas Louis, clothing, 35 Harrison 
Altvater Conrad, tailor, s e corner Burke and 

Aliceanna 
Altvater Harriet, 67 n Exeter 
Alvater Jacob, tailor, 164 Pearl 
Alvater John, liquors, 112 Eastern av 
Altvater Lewis, confectioner, 159 n Gay 
Alvater L'wis, shoemaker, 38 McElderry 
Alvater William, carpenter, 46 n Eden 
Alvater Wm. F. carpenter, 223 n Eden 



Alvey Mary, 154 e Pratt 

Aman Frederick G. tavern, 53 s Liberty 

Aman Jacob, tavern, 61 Buren 

Aman Michael, laborer, 274 s Bond 

Aman Mrs. Mary, 319 s Dallas 

Amand Christopher, laborer, 22 Elizabeth la. 

Amand John, hostler, 16 Baker 

Amant Joseph, laborer, 183 s Eden 

Amberg George, tailor, 70 Lancaster 

Ambrose Bro. St. Alphonsus, 7D Saratoga 

Ambrose George W. officer at Penitentiary, 

211 Ensor 

Ambrose , painter, 276 s Sharp 

Ambrose Wm. R. painter, 166 Scott 
Ambrose Wm. R. painter, 2 n Greene 
Ambruster George, file-maker, 15 Baker's ct; 
Amelang August, tailor, 2 n Caroline 
Amelang August, baker, 24 Jasper 
Ameluceii Max, cigar maker, 70 Perry 
Amelung Augustus, baker, 86 Pearl 
Amend Jacob, morocco dresser, n e cor AlbeJ 

marie and Granby 
Ament Lewis, wheelwright, 97 a Wolfe 
Ament Mathias,. grocer, n e cor Jefferson and 

Eden 
Ament Valentine, shoemaker, 12 Spruce al 
Amer Elizabeth, grocery, 114 West 
Amer Martin, laborer, il4 West 
AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. of 

Baltimore, office 6South, Jas. L. Armstrong 

pres't 
American Gas Coal Co. over 30 Second, James 

Boyce, pres't 

American Meter Co. (Anton Pohl, 
Osso Polil and Christian Goering) 
Gas Meters and Ovens, 41 Clay. 

AMERICAN TELEGRAPH CO. s w cor 

Baltimore and South, W. F. Snyder, man- 
ager 
Ames Catharine, 6 Centre 
Ames Charles, soldier, 17 Liberty at 
An^es George T. salesman, 40 Lexington 
Amey Charles H. machinist, 101 Cathedral 
Arney Joseph H. restaurant, 1 n Greene 
Amey Philip C. 3 Hope 

Amey Wm. fisherman, 127 Washington, F H 
Amich George, furniture wagoner, 76 n Ana 
Amich James H. wagoner, 139 Ramsay 
Amich James H. wagoner, 108 llamsay 
Amick Maria, tailoress, 311 Harford av 
Amien Susan, seamstress, 17 L. McElderry 
Amiing George, saloon, 265 e Lombard 
Ammel Philip, bootcrimper, 11 Spring ct 
AMMIDON & CRUMBIE, (J. P. Ammidon 
& A. D. Crombie) dealers in kerosene oil 
and lamps, 337 w Baltimore 
Ammidon John P. (Amraidon& Crombie,) 14 

n Eutav/ 
Anion John, baker, 64 s Durham 
Amos Charles, tailor, 125 Stirling 
Amos Dr. Corbin, 145 n Paca 
Amos Fred 'k A. bricklayer, 325 Druid Hill av 
Amos Isaac, bookbinder, 287 Aisquith 
Amos James H. huckster, 305 n Eutaw 
Amos Jaraes E. deputy sheriff, 320 e Chase 
Amos Jarrett, conductor, 210 Saratoga 
Amos John H. bricklayer, 339 I>rui(i Hill av 
Amos Mrs. Joseph 24 Preston 
Amos Mrs. Lydia, 305 n Eutaw 
Amos , laborer, 326 AisquitK 



J. HEXRY C}I£:SE:, Commission Mercliant, for the sale ot Flowr, Grain, Seeds, &«. 
Rosendole Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on liand, 31 Spear '» WharC 



THE GEEAT FURNISHING HOUSE, No. 38 W. Baltimore Street. 



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Amos Rebecca, fancy store, 128 n High, dw 

187 
Amos Wm. carpenter, 49 Hanover 
Amos Wm. Y restaurant, 504 n Gay 
Amoss George R. 230 n Cliarles 
Amrhcn Geo. furniture wagoner, 78 Harrison 
Arhmein Henry, grocery, 38 Hampstead 
Amthor, Dr. Robert, homoeopathist, 181 n 

Central av 
Anderson Agnes, seminary, 385 n Gay 
Anderson Andrew, clerk B. & O.R.R. 84 Hill 
Anderson Mrs. Ann, hucksteres3,137 Ensor 
Anderson Mrs. Ann, 59 Booth 
ANDERSON BROTHERS, (T. D. Ander- 
son,) importers hardware, n w cor Light 

and Pratt 
Anderson Benj. F. tobacconist, 9 n Regester 
Anderson Clianey, carpenter, 45 Chatsworth 
Anderson Charles, blacksmith, n e cor Eutaw 

and German, dw 24 n Paca 
Anderson David, horse shoer, 102 German, 

dw 78 Columbia 
ANDERSON & DORSEY, (G. F. Anderson 

& G. D. Dor.sey,) grocers and commission 

merchants, 96 w Lombard 
Anderson Edward, carpenter, 18 Carlton 
Anderson Elizabeth M., Lanvale w of Fulton 
Anderson Elizabetii, 144 William 
Anderson Elizabeth, dressm'r, 109 e Madison 
Anderson Elizabeth, huckstress, 116 York 
Anderson George F., (Anderson & Dorsey,) 

616 Lexington 
Anderson Capt. Isaac J. 196 n Broadway 
Anderson Mrs. Isabella, 73 Eislein 
ANDKRSON JAMES M. & SON, (James M. 

Anderson & W. S. Anderson,) engravers, 

over 148 w Baltimore 
Anderson James M. (J. M. Anderson & Son) 

183 n Calvert 
ANDERSON JAMES G. leather dealer, 5 

BalderstoM, dw 138 Hanover 
Anderson James, hackman, 22 Garden 
Anderson James, cooper, 347 s Sharp 
Anderson Jeanette, nurse 65 Forrest 
Anderson Jesse N. plasterer, 220 Saratoga 
Anderson John W. blacksmith, ii ecorColum- 

bia and Scott 
Anderson John, Hibernia house, 23 Thames 

e of Bond 
Anderson John W. carter, 160 Hanover- 
Anderson John, tailor, 67 Park * 
Anderson John W. clerk, 197 Aisquith 
Anderson, John, hackman, 141 e Madison 
Anderson John, mariner 161 e Lombard 
Anderson John, painter, 230 w Pratt 
Anderson J. D. clerk, 65 n Howard 
Anderson John G. cai-penter, 359 Saratoga 
Anderson John W. grocery and tea dealer, n 

w cor Gay and Forrest, dw 197 Aisquith 
Anderson Joseph, police, 92 Ensor 
Anderson Joseph, cigar maker, 180 s Broadway 
Anderson Joshua, carpenter, 43 George 
Anderson Julius H. clerk, 183 n Calvert 
Anderson, Leah J. 141 Lee 
Anderson Mrs. Mary, millinery 160 Hanover 
Anderson Mrs. Mary, Gilmor near Franklin 
Anderson Mary, Strieker n of Franklin 
Anderson Mary J. 304 Eastern av 
Anderson Mrs. Mary, 226 w Hoft'man 
Anderson Morris, carpenter, 47 Chatsworth 
Anderson, Oliver, mariner, 179 s Chester 
Anderson Oliver, shipsmith, 157 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 



Anderson Richard, blacksmith, 215 Gough 
Anderson Richard B. cooper, 92 Hamburg 
Anderson Robert M. grocery, 179 e Eager 
Anderson Robert S. clerk, 29 Pleasant 
Anderson Mrs. Robina, 125 n Paca 
Anderson Mrs. Sarah, 53 Pennsylvania av 
Anderson Stephen, currier, 138 Hanover 
Anderson Samuel E. clerk, 177 Montgomery 
Anderson Thomas D. (Anderson & Bros.) 

226 w Hoffman 
Anderson Thomas M. tavern, 33 Centre Mar 

ket space 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter, 168 e Lombard 
Anderson W. S. (James M. Anderson & Son) 

183 Loyola place, n Calvert 
Anderson Wm. painter, 55 W. Pratt, dw 180 

Chesnut 
Anderson Wm. wagoner, 10 Garden 
ANDERSON WM. E. furniture dealer, 10 

and 12 w Second, dw 29 s High 
Anderson Wm. H. painter, 3 n Sharp, dw 184 

Mulberry 
Anderson Wm. H. H. attorney, 29 Lexing- 
ton, dw Anne Arundel Co 
Andrae Christian, barber, 348 w Pratt 
Andreae Theodore, metallurgist, 189s Charles 
Andre Catharine, grocery, 223 Forrest 
ANDRE FREDERICK 0. beer saloon, 308 

Light 
Andre Hannah, 308 Light 
ANDRE, Dr. J. RIDGWAY, 71 Aisquith 
Andre Peter C. 28 Light 

Andreas Andrew, laborer, rear 214 Canton av 
Andreas Gotlieb, (Heck & Andreas) 173 Ra- 

borg 
Andres Henry, currier, 75 n Gay 
Andres Wm. currier, 75 n Gay 
Andrew Charles, (C. Andrew «fe Co.) 114 3 

Eden 
Andrew Charles & Co. (C. Andrew & S. E. 

Eichelberger) public weighers, 5 Spear's 

wharf 
Andrew James, mariner, 175 e Pratt 
Andrews Amanda, 23 Holl.-vnd 
Andrews B. F. & Co. (B. F. Andrews & B. 

F. Black) sign painters, over 36 South 
Andrews Benj F. (B. P. Andrews &. Co.) 20 

Garden 
Andrews Charles, gunsmith, 188 e Monument 
Andrews David, laborer, 144 McHenry 
Andrews Edward, mariner, 205 s Chester 
Andrews Edward W. attorney, 604 w Fayette 
Andrews Elizabeth, dressmaker, 92 n Greene 
Andrews Eliza 175 n Howard 
Andrews Frederick, laborer, 3 Gould's lane 
Andrews Ferdinand, clerk, 60 n Gilmor 
Andrews George, laborer, 403 w Pratt 
Andrews George W. (Andrews & Thompson,) 

237 n Eutaw 
Andrews George W. shoemr644 w Baltimore 
Andrews George, boiler maker, 32 Leadenhall 
Andrews Hanson, 148 McHenry 
Andrews Hannah, 237 n Eutaw 
Andrews Hercules R. W. 66 Barre 
Andrews James, blacksmith, 560 Lexington 
Andrews John J. hacks, 21 Druid Hill av 
Andrews John H. police, 55 s High 
Andrews John B. nightman, 147 s Chester 
Andrews John A. shoem'r, 644 w Baltimore 
Andrews John, watchman City Hall, 12 Hol- 

liday 
Andrews Mrs. Mary A. 122 n Poppleton 
Andrews Martin, shoemaker, 106 Lancaster 



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Andrews Robert, conductor C. P. R.R. Francis 

n of Madison av 
Andrews Samuel W. huckster, 20 Thames 
Andrews Samuel, brass moulder, 6 Bolton 
Andrews Stephen, cattle, 811 w Baltimore 
Andrews S. R. watchman Eutaw House 
Andrews Gen. T. P. 5 w Baltimore 
Andrews Thomas, gunsmith, 249 e Lombard 
Andrews Dr. Thomas F. 38 Mulberry 
Andrews Wm., shoemaker, 644 w Baltimore 
Andrews Wm. carter, 39 Greenwillow 
ANDREWS & THOMPSON, (G. W. An- 
drews & W. S. Thompson,) druggists and 
chemists, 5 w Baltimore 
Andrews Wm. moulder, 224 Lee 
Andrews Wra. J. shoem'r, 644 w Baltimore 
Andrews Wm. A. painter, 3 Brune 
Angel John T. stone cutter, 64 n Front 
Angel George shoemaker, 211 s Durham 
Angel Wm. stone cutter, 302 s Sharp 
Angelmier Catherine, grocer, 537 Saratoga 
Angelmier Mathias, butcher, 537 Saratoga 
Angermeyer John, lithographer, s w corner 

Mosher and Fremont 
Angler John, bricklayer, 6 China 
Angerbrandt George, tavern, 179 s Caroline 
Anker Francis, barber, 261 Aisquith 
Anker John, barber, 261 Aisquith 
Ankus John, spldier, 107 Sarah Ann 
Annen John, paver, 491 Belair av 
Annesley Amanda, 11 Hume 
Anchutz Henry P.upholsterer,210 n Caroline 
Anschutz Faltin, blacksmith, 28 Liberty al 
Anschutz Frederick, mariner, 4 Broad al 
Anthony Ellen, 27 Orchard 
Anthony G. W. edge tool grind. 181 e Lombard 
Anthony Henry A. clerk, 27 Orchard 
Anthony John, puddler, 74 s Eden 
Anthony Preceptow, carpenter, 52 Fort av 
Anthony Wm. carpenter, 18 Somerset 
Antone Adam, 291 s Wolfe 
Anton Henry, tailor, 216 e Eager 
Anwander Rev. Thaddeus, n e cor Wolfe and 

Lombard 
Anzman Anthony, clerk, 84 Preston 
Anzman Anthony, clerk, 173 German 
Anzman Joseph A. notion store, 5 Pennsyl- 
vania av nr Franklin 
Anzman Jos. A. (Bohr & Anzman) 5 Penna.av 
Anzman Joseph, shoemaker, 173 German 
Apal John, shoemaker, 122 Conway 
Aphan Charles, boxmaker, 90 s Howard 
Aphel Catherine, seamstress, 190 s Spring 
Appel Adolph, tailor, 211 e Lombard 
Appel Caspar, boot fitter, 139 Henrietta 
Appel Christian, cabinet maker, 30 Pearl 
Appel Conrad, tailor, 291 Eastern av 
Appel Edward, tailor, 121 s Chapel 
Appel Edward, soldier, 83 s Regester 
Appel George, laborer, 177 Aliceanna 
Appel George W. laborer, 11 John al 
Appel Henry, laborer, 5 Brannan ct 
Appel John, tailor, 82 Cambridge 
Appel Mrs. Margaretta, 30 Pearl 
Appell Wm. bookseller, 16 e Lombard 
Apple Henry, tailor, 271 Franklin 
Apple Frederick, hackman, 216 s Caroline 
Apple John, mariner, 168 s Wolfe 
Apple John H. soldier, 50 s Bethel 
Apple M. tailor, 66 Mullikin 
Apple Rena, grocer, 216 s Caroline 
Appleby Andrew J. printer, 168 n Eden 
Appleby Ann, 216 n Eden 



Appleby Ed ward, pattern maker, 274 n Eutaw 
Appleby George R. printer, 31 e Lombard 
Appleby Resin, blacksmith, 190 Hollins 

Appleton , attorney, 40 Lexington 

APPLEGARTH ALEXANDER, commis- 
sion merch.,2Bowly's whf. dw 153 Saratoga 
Applegai-th & Co. (L. J. Applegarth, W. Ap- 

plegarth,) railway, foot of Cross 
Applegarth Mrs. Comfort, 48 Fawn 
Applegarth Elizabeth M. 102 Hill 
Applegarth, Henry C. police, 170 s Howard 
Applegarth John A. & Co. (John A. & Wm. 
Applegarth,) grocers, ship chandlers and 
commission merchants, 109 Smith's whf 
Applegarth Capt. John A. (John A Apple- 
garth & Co.) 42 Aisquith 
Applegarth Capt. Lawson J. (Applegarth & 

Co.) 28 Fawn 
Applegarth Nathaniel J. ship broker, over 1 

Bowly's whf, dw 153 Saratoga 
Applegarth Robert, shoemaker, 351 s Sharp 
Applegarth Robert, cigar maker, 285 Hanoyer 
Applegarth Rufus W. clerk, 153 Saratoga 
Applegarth Thos. J. sailor, 3 Reservoir av 
Applegarth Thomas, clerk, 12 s High 
Applegarth Capt. Wm. & Son, (Capt. Wm. 
Applegarth,) ship brokers and commission 
merchants, 37 w Pratt, cor Buchanan's whf 
Applegarth Capt. Wm. (Applegarth & Co.) 

9 s High 
Applegarth Capt. Wm. (Capt. Wm. Apple- 
garth & Son,) 12 s High 
Applegarth Wm. mate, 172 Gough 
Appleton G. Armstead, attorney, 29 Lexing- 
ton, dw 40 
ApplerOrlandoM. paper hanger,65 s Poppleton 
Appleton Wm. S. stock broker, 77 w Second 

dw Eilicott's Mills f^i 

APPOLD ANDREW, bark mills, s e cor Car- . ' 

oiine and McElderry, dw Baltimore co 
APPOLD GEORGE & SONS, (George An- . 
pold, George J. Appold, Samuel Appold) ' 
hide and leather dealers, store 8 and 10 
Water, tannery North near Madison 
Appold Geo. J. (Geo. Appold & Sons,) Belair 

av near Baltimore Cemetery 
Appold Samuel, (Geo. Appold & Sons) 214 n 

Calvert 
Appold Samuel,engineerU.S.N.93 McElderry 
Appold Theodore R. commission merchant, 

over 5 Water, dw 174 n Eutaw -^ — ■ m 
APPRAISER'S OFFICE, cor Gay and 

Lombard ' 

Aprend Samuel, laborer, 296 n Central av 
Apy Jacob, carte., 248 Franklin 
Arant Charles, blacksmith, 263 Hanover 
Arata Louis, shooting gallery, basement Eu- 
taw House, dw 119 Low 
Arbeiter Hall and Working Men's Union, 5 s 

Frederick, Henry Kolle, president 
Arbin Henry J. batcher, 82 Centre and 25 
Belair markets, dw Patterson lane between 
York and Harford av 
Arch B. laborer, 62 Stiles 
Arch Wm. soldier, 176 Burgundy al 
Archer Mrs. Ann, 47 McCulloh 
Archer Cornelius, laborer, 7 Abbot 
Archer Samuel, clerk, 133 e Lombard 
Archer Mrs. Mary, 290 e Fayette 
Archer Samuel, (Einstein Bros. & Co.) 133 e 

Lombard 
Arden D. ladies shoemaker, 36 n Charles, dw 
314 n Eutaw 



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Ardin Mary J. 73 Walsh 

Arelle George, gardener, Phila. road, near 

city limits 
Arens Henry, (Von Kappff & Arena,) 113 

Park 
Arien Elizabeth, 18 Preston 
Aring Jesse, furn. wagoner, 24 Druid Hill av 
Aring Samuel, furniture wagoner, 103 Chats- 
worth 
Arling Wm. cigar store, 255 s Wolfe 
Armacoast James M. bricklayer. Bull's Head 

tavern, n Front 
Armacoast Melchoir, hay dealer, 90 Penna.av 
Armacoast Priscilla, grocery, 23 Lewis 
Armager Jesse, sr., turnkey police station, 186 

Hanover 
Armager Jesse, jr. deputy keeper Maryland 

Penitentiary, 186 Hanover 
Armager Jesse, brickmaker, 234 s Sharp 
Armatage Mrs. Rebecca, 30 n Oregon 

Armbrustes , tailoress, 15 Baker's ct 

Ambrust John, painter, 276 s Sharp 
Armeger John L. liaiter, 38 Granby 
Armeling George, clerk, 122 Bank 
Armendt John E., gunsmith, 262 s Broadway 
Armer Frederick, cooper, 49 Bank 
Armiger Benjamin, cooper, 59 Holland 
Armiger Benjamin F. 59 Holiday 
Armiger Eli, printer, 101 e Fayette 
Armiger George D. soldier, 59 Holland 
Armiger James B. printer, 59 Holland 
Armiger James- R., clerk, 33 Exeter 
Armiger Jesse, turner, 186 Hanover 
Armiger Jesse S., carpenter superintendent at 

penitentiary, 186 Hanover 
Armiger Mrs. John, 375 e Fayette 
Armiger John F., soldier, 59 Holland 
Armiger J. R., watchmaker, 81 n High 
Armiger Joseph, comb maker, 188 n Caroline 
Armiger Joshua E., carpenter, 250 n Caroline 
ARMIGER RICHARD, house furnishing 

store, 135 n Gay, dw 321 e Eager 
Armistead C. Hughes, (Armistead & For- 
syth) 103 w Monument 
Armistead & Forsyth, (C. Hughes Armistead 
& Emanuel T. Forsyth) tobacco manufac- 
turers, 107 Franklin 
Armitage George H., painter, 150 Preston 
Armitage Dr. James, 193 w Fayette 
Armitage Mrs. Wm. H., 72 Columbia 
Armon John, brewer, 37 s Wolfe 
Armor G. Jos., painter, 86 n Greene 
Armor John D., broker, 671 Lexington 
Armor Minnie, 86 n Greene 
Armor Sedonia, teacher, 86 n Greene 
Armstrong Achsah, n w cor Madison & 

Townscnd 
Armstrong Andrew, 64 s Caroline 
Armstrong Benj. A., machinjst, 152 n Bond 
ARMSTRONG & BKRRY, (Geo. H. Berry) 
publishers, booksellers, and book binders, 
156 w Baltimore 
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO., (T. Arm- 
strong, R. W. Cator, B. F. Cator, J. F. 
Bealmear &W. J. H. Walters) silk and mil- 
linery goods dealers, 237 w Baltimore 
ARMSTRONG & DENNY, (Wm. Arm- 
strong & John Denny) furniture manufac- 
turers, s e cor Light and Montgomery 
Armstrong Edward, Maltby House 
Armstrong Eliza, 124 Garden 
Armstrong Eliza, 329 w Fayette 
Armstrong Mrs. Emilie, 200 n Howard 



Armstrong George, blacksmith, 166 s Bond 

ARMSTRONG & HOPKINS, (R. D. 
Armstrong & J. S. Hopkins) Pro- 
vision and Produce Commission 
Merchants, 4 Commerce 

Armstrong Henry, 75 Lee 
Armstrong H. L., 200 n Howard 
Armstrong Mrs. H. G. 149 Hoffman 
Armstrong James, carpenter, 227 s Paca 

ARMSTRONG JAS. & CO., (Cha's 
Webb & Thomas Armstrong) Soap 
and Candle Manufacturers, keep 
constantly on hand a large assort- 
ment of Soap and Candles of the 
best quality, manufactured at their 
Factory, Concord street, between 
Lombard and Pratt 

Armstrong James L., president American Fire 
Insurance Co. of Baltimore, 6 South, dw 52 
n Greene 
Armstrong James S., carpenter, 26 Dewberry 

alley 
Armstrong James S., letter carrier, 250 e 

Monument 
Armstrong James J., clerk, 178 McCulloh 
Armstrong James W., painter. 135 Mont- 
gomery 
Armstrong John, harness maker, 112 Garden 
Armstrong John, 134 s Sharp 
Armstrong John, clerk, 162 e Fayette 
Armstrong, John, 303 Garden 
Armstrong John A., 19 Cathedral 
Armstrong John H., book-keeper, 96 Light 

St wharf 
Armstrong John L., blacksmith, 71 s Bond 
Armstrong Josephine, teacher, 228 e Pratt 
Armstrong Kate, 87 Stiles 
Armstrong Margaret, rear 53 n Front 
ArmstrongMrs. Mary, confectionery, 27 Union 
Armstrong Mrs. Mary, 301 Forrest 
Armstrong Mrs. Mary E., 178 McCulloh 
Armstrong R. Dorsey, (Armstrong Si Hop- 
kins) 307 Madison av 
Armstrong Roland, 107 Stirling 
Armstrong Robert W., clerk, 73 ri Paca 
Armstrong Samuel S., printer, 52 n Greene 
Armstrong Solomon, lamplighter, 162 e Fay- 
ette 
Armstrong Thomas, (Armstrong & Weber) 

118 w Fayette 
Armstrong Thomas, (Armstrong, Cator & 

Co.) 73 n Paca 
Armstrong Thomas G., clerk, 134 s Sharp 
Armstrong Thomas, boiler maker, 17 Armis- 

stead la 
ArmstrongThomas, (James Armstrong & Co.) 

244 n Calvert 
Armstrong Victor C, clerk, 200 n Howard 
Armstrong & Weber, (T. Armstrong & T. 
Weber) saddle and harness makers, s w cor. 
Park and Fayette 
Armstrong W m., (Armstrong & Denny) 

Washing on n of Clement 
Armstrong Wnj. F., wagoner, 108 Mulliki 



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Armstrono; Wm., clerk, 52 n Greene 
Armswortliy Benj., blacksmith, 21 Barre 
Arnburs: Wm., mariner, 245 s Wolfe 
Arndt Carlos, nail maker, 254 s Sharp 
Arndt Fiancis, tailor, 45 Aliceanna 
Arndt Henry, porter, Preston nr Druid Hill av 
Arndt Jacob, basket maker, 1 Biddle al 
Arnedt Henry, porter, 42 Preston 
Arnett Henry, moulder, 10 Nicholson 
Arnett Levi, shoemaker, 357 n Gay, dvv 359 
Arnett Wm., soldier, 37 Dolphin 
Arnold Dr. Abraham B., 7 s High 
Arnold Adam, m?>chinist, 120 Conway 
Arnold Andrew J., laborer, 43 Ryan 
Arnold Mrs. Catherine, Calhoun s of Carey 
Arnold Charles A., clerk, 271 w Fayette 
Arnold Conrad, milkman, 210 Washington, 

F. H. 
Arnold Conrad, blacksmith, 960 w Baltimore 

Arnold , carpenter, 305 Aisquilli 

Arnold Davis Z., carter, 173 Ramsay 
Arnold Francis, surgical instrument maker, 

15 s Sharp, dw 343 w Lombard 
Arnold George, laborer, 65 s Frederick 
Arnold George W., baker, 120 w Fayette 
Arnold Henry, bricklayer, 297 Columbia 
Arnold Isaac, 36 Holland 
Arnold Jacob, car driver, 353 Columbia 
Arnold James R., bricklayer, 25 McHenry 
Arnold John, tailor, 156 s Regesier 
Arnold John, messenger Maryland Peniten- 

tentiary, 78 Hillen 
Arnold John, engineer, B. & O. R. R., 173 

Ramsay. 
Arnold Michael, tanner, 21 n Front 
Arnold Nicholas, tailor, 71 Bank 
Arnold Mrs Peter, restaurant, 129 s Fremont 
Arnold Richard H., cabinet maker, 96 Raborg 
Arnold Mrs. Sarah, 497 w Loml)ard 
Arnold Wm., keeper Druid Hill Park, mam 

entrance 
Arnold Wm., bricklayer, 102 s Paca 
Arnold Wm. J., ship joiner, 264 e Madison 
Arnold Wm. H., clerk, 85 McHenry 
Arnold Dr. W. T., denti.st, 343 w Lombard 
Arnold Walter J., clerk N. C. R., Franklin 

House 
Arnold: Adams, laborer, 120 Conway 
Arnreich John, shoemaker, 162 Saratoga, dw 

cor Mulberry and State 
Arnst Daniel, laborer, 966 w Baltimore 
Aro John W., soldier, 113 West 
Arc John, oyster dealer, 143 L Greene 
.Aro Joseph, gardener, Gorsuch av, Home- 
stead 
Aro Lewis, huekstj-r, 113 West 
Aro Wm. M., wagoner, 3 Abey al 
Arold George, laborer, 40 Walsh 
Arold John, second hand goods, 658 w B:iUi- 

more 
Arold John, shoemaker, 12 Dewberry al 
Arscott Ann, 183 Hughes 
Arsi'ott Samuel G. M , cigar maker, 183 

Hughes 
Arthur Bridget, 81 Booth 
Arthur Charles, clerk N. C. R. R., 139 w 

Biddle 
Arthur David, butter dealer, 171 e Madison 
Arthur Henry, baker 53 n Eutaw and 32 

(-lamden, dw 53 n Eutaw 
Arthur Hu^'h, millwright, 371 Saratoga 
Arthur Hugh W., dentist, Lexington, e of 

Mount 



Arthur James, s.addler, 369 Saratoga 
ArtliurJ. Fleming, teacher, Lexington near 

Mount 
Arthur John, laborer, 23 Preston 
Arthur John, blacksmith, 104 Scott 
Arthur Mary, 13 Valley 
Arthur Patrick, hod carrier. 111 s Castle al 
ARTHUR DR. ROBERT, dentist, 117 Wash- 
ington place 
Arthur Robert, grocer, 103 n Spring 
Arthur Thomas, coach painter, 13 Valley 
ARTHUR WM. W\, hatter and dealer in 

ladies furs, 1 w Baltimore 
ARTHUR WM C, agent City Pass. R. R. 

Baltimore near Fulton, dw Lexington e of 

Mount 
Arts Henry, shoemaker, 100 Lancaster 
Arvey lames N., laborer, 58 Aliceanna 
A SAY T. S., agent (J. Gibson, Sons & Co.) 

63 w Pratt 
ASBECK LOUIS, restaurant and lager beer 

saloon, 13 s Eutaw 
Asendorff George, box maker, 16^ Mulberry 
Asendorff Henry, carpenter, 164 Mulberry 
Asendorff' John, carpenter, 164 Mulberry 
Ash Mrs. Arabella, 83 n Dallas 
Ash F. Thomas, gas fitter, 31 n Greene, dw 

570 w Lombard 
Ash George T., ship chandlery and junk 

store, 128 Dugan's whf., dw 93 n Bond 
Ash Mrs. Isabella, 8 Ramsay _ 
Ash Israel, ca)) maker, 176 Planover 
Ash Louis, (M. Gutman & Co.) 162 s Sharp 
Ash Michael, clerk, 176 Hanover 
Ash Mrs. Susan, milliner, 176 Hanover 
Ashbeck Henry, laborer, 100 Frederick av 
Ashburn Benjamin S., tobacconist, 2^0 w 

Baltimore, dw 33 Pine 
Ashburner Chas. H., (Brooke Bros. & Co.) 

52 Spring row 
Ashby John, messenger, HS Holland 
Ashcom John L., pilot, 103 s Washington, 

F. P. 
Ashcroft Robert, (Abrahams & Ashcroft) 54 

s Broadway. 
Ashcroft Wells, ship joiner, 285 e Pratt 
Ashenbruker A., shoemaker, 215 Light 
Ashley Charles C., 133 Hanover 
Ashley Wm , 133 Hanover 
Ashley Wm. M., currier, 130 s Chester 
Ashlock Thomas J., printer, 163 w Hoffman 
Ashman Alfred, stone cutter, 27 Pearl 
Ashman Jacob, cooper, 334 s Sharp 
Ashton Ann, fancy store, 578 w Baltimore 
Asliton Eliza, dressmaker, 187 Ensor 
Ashton John, asst. assessor 12 Chatsworth 
Ashton John, mariner, 10 Fish Market Space 
Ashton Mallows, 508 w Baltimore 
.=\shton Mrs. Mary Ann, 10 n Greene 
Asliweo^ Mrs. Catherine, 80 Albemarle 
Asker Tlumias B., engineer, 119 n Futaw 
Askew Cliarles L., carpenter, 13 Brune 
Askew Kdwin, of Custom House, 61 w Biddle 
ASKEW JEHU B., clerk Criminal Court, 

343 e Pratt 
Askew John, engineer, 112 s Caroline 
Askew Wm. Harst, clerk Criminal Court, 61 

w Biddle 
Askey Mrs. Catherine, 101 Granby 
Askey Jami-s, salesman, 215 e Fayette 
Askey Josepli, carter, 83 Granby 
Askey Wm , cooper and deputy fish inspec- 
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A skins Mrs. Nancy, 33 n Wolfe 

Askins Wm. E., (Townsetid & Askins) 193 

e Pratt 
Asmus Daniel, uox maker, 200 L. Huglies 
Aspelmeyer Frederick, tailor, 178 e Lombard 
ASSOCIATED FIREMENS' INSURAiNCE 

CO. 4 SoutJi, Wm. -A Hack, president. — [See 

p. 42 Silver tisements.] 
Atchison Isabella, 34 Barre 
Atherton A., baggay^e master N. C. R. R., 

dw Franklin House 
Atkenhead Mrs. John, 264 s Eutaw 
Atkins Michael H., finisher, 101 s Poppleton 
Atkinson Allen, quarryman, Lexington near 

Calverton road 
Atkinson & Brother, grocers and liquor deal- 
ers, 186 s Broadway 
Atkinson Elizabeth, 168 Preston 
ATKINSON GEO., butcher, 27 Centre, 14 

Lexington and 32 Hanover markets, dw 

431 Pennsylvania av 
Atkinson Henry, carpenter, 95 Chatsworth 
Atkinson Dr. I. E., 133 Park 
Atkinson Isaac, clerk, 69 Chew 
Atkinson Israel S., 22 e Fayette 
Atkinson Israel I., 93 Chatsworth 
Atkinson John H. letter car'r, 120 e Madison 
Atkinson John W., carpenter, 294 n Gay 
Atkinson Josenh T., attorney, 36 St. Paul, 

dw95 
Atkinson Joseph, carpenter, 532 Saratoga 
Atkinson Joshua H., (Atkinson &. Bro.) 285 

e Lombard 
Atkinson Joshua I., treasurer B. & O. R. 

R. Co., Camden Station, dw 95 St. Paul 
Atkinson Laura J., Madison near Harford av 
Atkinson Maria, milliner, 294 n Gay 
Atkinson Dr. Robert, 1G4 w Fayette 
Atkinson S. E., (Atkinson & Bro.) 285 e 

Lombard 
Atkins jn Mrs. Dr. Thomas C, 67 v/ Centre 
Atkinson Thomas, bricklayer, 676 Saratoga 
Atkinson Thomas W., (Hopkins Sf Co.) 

Pennsylvania av near toll gate 
Atkinson Thomas F., carpenter, 9 McEIderry 
Atkinson Wm. George, clerk, 9 McEIderry 
Atkinson Wm. C, 273 e Pratt 
Atkinson Wm. T., sutler, 191 n Exeter 
Atlee James, agent Grover & Baker's Sewing 

Machines, Baltimore co 
Atler George W., coachsmith, 10 s Fremont 
Atler Thomas, hostler, 1 Preston 
Atson Joseph, cutter, 147 s Charles 
Atwell Capl. Benjamin, mariner, 102 n Bond 
Atwell Daniel, carpenter, 219 Gough 
Atwell Daniel F. T., coachmaker, 38 William 
Atwell Giiorge, ship carpenter, 250 s Ann 
Atwell James R., ship carpenter, 238 s Ann 
Atwell Joseph, ship carpenter, 296 s Ann 
Atwell Joseph W. blacksmith; n w corner 

Boston and Bennett 
Atwell Richard H. office 71 South, dw 23 

Couitland 
Atwell Wm. ship carpenter, 134 William 
Atwell Wm P. watchman, 152 Barre 
ATVVOOD BENJAMIN, broom manufactur- 
er, 62 s Calvert, dw 358 e Monument 
Atwood John, cabinet maker, 159 Hamburg 
Atzel Louis, moulder, 310 Aliceanna 
Atzerodt John C. 91 s Sharp 
Aubel Christian, tailor, 83 Bank 
AUDENRIED LEWIS ,«i- CO. (Lewis Au- 

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Audoun Capt. Joseph H. Judge Orphan's 

Court 107 Bank 
A adoun Lewis, jr. carpenter, 132 Bank 
Audoun Oliver, 128 Bank 
Aiidoun Oliver, jr. carpenter, 132 Bank 
Audoun Wm. F. carpenter, 326 Eastern av 
Auel Adolph, shoemaker, 145 Welcome al 
Auerbach Samuel L. cigar store. 3 e Balti- 
more, dw 77 n High 
Auerback Christian, drayman 158 Henrietta 
Auerbauch August, laborer, 60 s Wolfe 
Auer Wm. brewer, 35 Bank 
Auerman Jacob, japanner, n w corner Colum- 
bia and Emory 
Auerric John, laborer, McHenry w of Fulton 
Auger Jacob, (L. C. Spencer &. Co,) N. Y. 
Augush Martin, laborer, 272 Aliceanna 
Auhl Charles, cabinet maker, 365 e Eager 
Aukerman Henry, laborer, 88 Albemarle 
Aul George, sawyer, 108 West 
Aul Henry, firenmn, 65 President 
Aul Mathias, shoemaker, 298 Aliceanna 
Aul Michael, shoemaker, 316 n Gay 
Aulabaugh Zephaniah, teacher, 398 n Gay 
Auld Benjamin F. ship joiner, 46 s Ann 
Auld Haddaway, clerk, 443 Lexington 
Auld Maria, 271 e Pratt 
Auld Philip, ship carpenter, 176 Montgomery 
Auld Richard, mariner, 72 s Ann 
Auld Wilson, machinist, 314 Eastern av 
Auler Augustus, wheelwright, 221 Light 
Auler Jolin, tailor, 233 e Eager 
AULICK JAMLS, insurance and real estate 
broker, and agent Penn Mutual Life Ins 
Co. of Philada. 59 w Second, dw Howard 
House 
Aull Marst, shoemaker, 348 s Bond 
Ault Mary Jane, 287 Aisquith 
Ault Saml. jr. shoe findings and garden seeds, 

28 s Calvert, dw 287 Aisquith 
Aulthouse Gi!0. W. liucksier, 67 Conway 
Aumuller John, laborer, 103 3 Regester 
Aurple Henry, laborer, 30 Bevan 
Aurric John,, laborer, McHenry w of Fu. ;an 
Aurlher Sarah J. 1 Young 
Austen James, harness maker, 238 n Bond 
AUSTEN DR PHILIP H. office 79 n 

Charles, dw 76 s Sharp 
Austermuhle Henry, cigar manufacturer, n e 

corner Bond and Orleans 
Austiler Adam, 148 Henrietta 
Austiler Mrs Mary, 148 Henrietta 
Austin Alexander R. bookkeeper, Citizen's 

Bank, dw 63 n Poppleton 
Austin Geo. C. 410 Light 
Austin John, machinist, 487 w Pratt 
Austin Sophia, seamstress, 218 e Lombard 
AUSTIN T. G. & CO. (T. G. Austin and 
Delosia Davidson,) grocers and commission 
agents, 2 Camden 
Austin Theodore D. chairmaker, 363 s Sharp 
Austin Theodore G. (T. G. Austin & Co.) 

2 Camden 
Austin Wm. (Cullimore & Austin) 213 Bank 
Austrian Betsy, cap maker, 213 s Broadway 
Auth Nicholas, tailor, 122 Johnson 
Aveline Katrina, 153 s Rege.ster 
Aveyser Andrews, hammersmith, 242 s Dallas 
Await Ferdinand, shoemaker, 64 Mulberry 
Awbrey And. J cigar maker, 233 e Madison 
Awbrey Prestly, tobacconist, 2.33 e MadisoQ 
Awbrey Thomas P. painter, 249, e Monument 
Ayd John, confectionery, 244 e Eager 



J. HENRY GIESE, Commission Merchant, for the sale of Plonr, Grain, Seeds, &«. 
Roseudale Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on hand, HI Spear's AVHarC 



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Ayd Joseph, carpenter, 259 Aisquith 

Avers Andrew, ship joiner, 78 s Washington 

F. P. 
Ayers Geo. W. carpenter, 248 w Baltimore 
Ayers James H. rigger, 79 s Ann 
Ayers John, teamster, 10 n Amity 
Ayers Dr. Robert H. 73 n Eutaw 
Ayers Capt. Samuel, 214 s Ann 
Ayers J. H. rigging loft, 36 Fell 
Ayler John W. clerk, 241 n Caroline 
Ayres & Coulter, (Henry H. Ayres, John 
C. Coulter,) grocers and commission mer- 
chants, 55 Light 
Ayres Daniel H. watchman, 115 Albemarle 
Ayres Henry H. (Ayres & Coulter) 47 w 

Monument 
Ax Christian, (G. W. Gail & Ax,) 59 Barre 
Axer John, soldier, 136 e Monument 

B. 

Baarfe Patrick, tavern, 63 President 
Baas Frederick, restaurant, 39 s Poppleton 
Baader John, cigar maker, 20 Mott 
BABB JOHN D. baker, 68 s Charles 
Babb John D. jr. baker, 68 s Charles 
Babbot Mrs. tliza, seamstress, 296 s Chapel 
Babendrier Louis, piano maker, 9 n Pine 
Bacchus John G. clerk, 110 w Fayette 
Baccigalluppo Vincent, confectionery, 101 

Hiilen 
Bach Adam, flour and feed, 329 Aisquith 
Bach Mrs. Catharine, 44 Chatsworth 
Bach Catharine, cake stand, 122 n Dallas 
Bach Henry, cutler, 314 e Baltimore 
Bach John, porter, 120 n Dallas 
Bach John, box maker, 424 Hanover 
Bach Mrs. Mary, 259 s Bond 
Bach Philip, tailor, s e cor Clifton and Penn. av 
Bach Wm. cigar maker, 257 w Pratt 
Bacharach Aaron, peddler, 164 e Lombard 
Bacharach Abraham, dry goods, 77 Ensor 
Bacharach David, second-hand dealer, 90 

Hiilen 
Bachelor George, blacksmith, 290 Johnson 
Bachelor J. P. clerk, Adams Express, 34 Con- 
stitution 
Bachelor John, fisherman, 290 Johnson 
Bachelor Lewis, delivery clerk, Adams Ex- 
press, 25 Josephine 
Bachelor Lewis, express driver, 9 Josephine 
Bachelor Adam, laborer, 145 s Exeter 
Bachman George piano maker, 133 Henrietta 
Bachman Henry, grocer, 214 s Caroline 
Bachman John, taifor, 98 Ensor 
Bachman Jas E. pattern maker, 201 Conway 
Bachman John M. cigar maker, 84 n Exeter 
Bachmann Frederick, lager beer , 215 s Eutaw 
Bachrach David, photographer, 213 n Gay, 

dw 80 Hiilen ' 
Bacigalupo Dominic, confectionery, 110 Light 

St. wf, dw 20 Camden 
Bacigalupo James, confectionery, 100 Light 

St. wf, dw 146 Camden 
Bacigalupo James, confectionery, 146 Light 

St. wf 
Backel John, shoemaker, 121 Mullikin 
Backer Mrs. Margaret, grocer, 515 Lexington 
Backert Andrew, shoemaker, 147 s Chapel 
Backman Earnest, 19 Barnes 
iJackman Frederick, soldier, 156 n Dallas 
Backman John, laborer, 127 Barre 
Backman Joseph, laborer, 202 s Wolf 



BACKUS REV. JOHN C. 126 w Madison 
Backus Peter, boot and shoemaker, 255 e Pratt 
Backus Wm. cigar maker, Black Horse tavern 
Bacon & Co. (James E. Bacon, and James 

Lipp,) coffee manuf. 476 w Baltimore 
Bacon James E., M. D. (Bacon & Co.) 476 w 

Baltimore 
Bacon Mrs. Jane, confectionery, 182 Madi- 
son av 
Bacon Capt. John, 94 e Fayette 
Baden John R. clerk, 90 s Sharp 
Baden John, 419 n Gay 
Badcncouph Mrs. Helena M. tailoress, 255 n 

Central av 
Bader Mrs. Helena, confectionery, 176 e 

Madison 
Bader Henry, barber, 191 Lexington 
Badger Mary, 38 Hanover 
Badger Thos. P. sewing machine operator, 

12 Mulberry 
Baepler Henry, baker, s w cor Mulberry and 

Pearl 
Baer Arthur P. (Baer & Crane,) 132 w Biddle 
BAER& BRO. (Geo. H. Baer and C. W. 

Baer,) produce, prov; and gen'l com. mer- 
chants, 143 n Howard 
Baer Chas. W. (Baer & Bro.) 175 n Howard 
Baer Christopher, laborer, 114 Orleans 
BAER & CRANE, (A. P. Baer and J. C. 

Crane,) hide and leather dealers, 2 Water 
Baer Dr. Edward R. surg. 1st Md. regt. dw 

270 w Fayette 
Baer Geo. H. (Baer & Bro.) 175 n Howard 
Baer Isaac, (Lewis Baer &c Bro.) 95 Hanover 
Baer James, 132 w Biddle 
Baer John, cooper, 248 s Sharp 
Baer John H. blacksmith, 521 Light dw 614 
Baer John, grocery, 98 s Spring 
Baer Lewis, (L. Baer & Bro.) 11 Camden 
Baer Lewis & Bro. (Lewis Baer and Isaac 

Baer,) dealer in furs rags, &c., 11 Camden 
Baer Thomas E. law student, 17 St. Paul 
Baer Sarah N. 36 Pleasant 
Baerlan Frederick, laborer, 132 Low 
Baermer John, laborer, 221 s Bethel 
Baetjer Henry, keeper drays, 93 s Caroline 
Baetjer Henry, jr. salesman, 93 s Caroline 
Baetjer J. George, salesman, 93 s Caroline 
Bagge Thomas, express driver, 93 Conway 
Baggott Elizabeth, dressmaker, 194 Madison 

av 
Baggott Thos. wire worker, 194 Madison av 
Bagnell Michael, laborer, 82 Cross 
Bagwell Mrs. Catharine, boarding house, 70 

Conway 
Bagwell Thomas, mariner, 10 Fish Market 

space 
Bahartz Inatz, shoemaker, 164 M ulberry 
Bahhan John S. grocery, 23 New Church 
Bahike Frederick, tailor, 98 s Wolf 
Bahlman Henry, 454 Light 
Bahm Lewis, tailor, 120 s Dallas 
Bahman John, tailor, 98 Ensor 
Bahore Mary, 3 Leadenhall 
BAIER (or BAYER) JOHN, brewer, 392 

Canton av. — [See p 22 Advertisements.] 
Baier John, laborer, 1 s Choptank 
Baierlein Simon 304 s Sharp, 
Baierlipp John, tailor, 247 e Fayette 
Baiger Frederick, shoemaker, 83 Boston 
Bailey Mrs. Caroline, teacher, 288 e Pratt 
Bailey Caroline, 147 n Bond 
Bailey Mrs. Catharine, 98 Preston 



AUG. G. MEYER & CO., Maniifactiirers of White Lend, Zinc, Putty, Lampblack, Glue. 
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SMITH BBOS. & CO., 40 W. Baltimore-st., Famous for their Choice 
Stock of Clothing for Men's and Boys' Wear. 



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Bailey Charles, ship carp. 178 Gough 
Bailey Edward A. painter, 111 Preston 
Bailey Edwin, (Coleman & Bailey,) 16 s 

Broadway 
Bailey Elizabeth, 197 n Howard 
Bailey Mrs. Henrietta, Washington betw 

Baltimore and Lombard 
Bailey Henry, pilot, 178 Gough 
Bailey Jas. F. (Linthicum & Co.) 177 n High 
Bailey James, ship carp. 178 Gough 
Bailey James, machinist, 302 e Pratt 
Bailey John, laborer, 330 Raborg 
Bailey John M. carpenter. 40 Dolphin 
Bailey John, weaver, 485 Belair av 
Bailey Lewis E. (Cushings & Bailey,) 237 w 

Lombard 
Bailey Lucy, confectioner, 8 Stirling 
Bailey Mary, grocery, 276 Cathedral 
Bailey Mary, hucksteress, 215 Hollins 
Bailey Mrs. Matilda, 42 Cross 
Bailey Mrs. M. E. 12 s Gay 
Bailey Ragina, 1 n High 
Bailey Robert M. dispatcher of trains, 92 

Preston 
Bailey Thos. laborer, foot of Hamburg 
Bailey Wm. boots and shoes, 108 Lexington 

dw 381 Saratoga 
Bailey Wm. ship carpenter, 86 William 
Bailie Mary B. 80 s Bond 
BAILY JAMES, alcohol and neutral spirits 

267 Cross, office 95 w Lombard dw 36 s 

Greene 
Bain Geo. W keeper of Balto. city alms hous, 

Calverton road, Balto. Co. 
Bain John W. cooper, 128 McHenry 
Bainard John, huckster, 62 n Ann 
Bainer Barbara, 66 Ramsay 
Bainer Henry R. shoemaker, 301 n Gay 
Bainhart John, wagoner, 175 s Ann 
Bains Francis, blacksmith, 594 w Pratt 
Bair Henry, cabinet maker 124 n Dallas 
Bair Wm wheelwright, Franklin House 
Baird Robert, machinist, 265 s Charles 
Baird Thos. D; teacher, 53 Lexington 
Bairschmid Henry, laborer, 177 s Eden 
Baitz Wm. H. cabinet maker, 132 s Dallas 
Baitzel Jacob G. carpenter, 120 s Sharp 
Bailzel John, bricklayer, Clinton, Canton 
Baker Capt. Alexander, 86 e Pratt 
Baker Alexander, clerk, 223 Saratoga 
Baker Mrs. Antoinette, 187 Vine 
Baker Aritone, teacher, 6 Creek al 
Baker August, shoemaker, 90 Orchard 
Baker August, tailor, 238 Barre 
Baker August, shoemaker, 340 s Sharp 
Baker Benjamin F. cooper, 34 s Carohne 
BAKER BROTHERS & CO. (H. J. Baker, 

J. Baker, J. Rogers jr.) manufacturer's 

agents for Baltimore, and New Jersey glass 

works, chemicals, oils, ^-c, 32 and 34 s 

Charles — [Seep. 41 Mvertisements.] 
BAKER & BROWN, (Wm. Baker & John 

Brown,) brass and bell founders and edge 

tool manufacturers, 10 w Pratt 
Baker Catharine, 250 e Chase 
Baker Charles, soldier, 298 s Paca 
Baker Charles, shoemaker, 244 Hanover 
Baker Charles J. (Baker Bros. & Co.) Athol, 

Frederick road 
Baker Charles, butcher, 540 Penna. av 
Baker Christian, baker, 12Sterrett 
Baker Christopher, shoemaker, Belair av. 

near Chester 



Baker Conrad, carpenter, 309 Mulberry 

Baker Davis, mariner, 69 Harford av 

Baker Edward E. shoemaker, 22 n Poppleton 

Baker Eleanora E. 42 McCulloh 

Baker Mrs. Eleanora, 76 s Republican 

Baker Mrs. Eliza, 529 n Gay 

Baker F. tailor, 4.35 w Pratt 

Baker Francis, laborer, Clinton, opp Chesa. 

peake furnace 
Baker Frederick, shoemaker, 178 s Durham 
Baker George, baker, 263 n Bond 
Baker, George P. salesman, 13 s Howard 
Baker George, confectionery, 32 Perry 
Baker George, blacksmith, 2 Baker ct 
Baker George, varnisher, 329 Mulberry 
Baker Gotlieb, tailor, 27 Goodman al 
Baker Greenbury, milk, 529 n Gay 
Baker Greenbury, milk, 213 n Eden 
Baker Gideon, nightman, 34 Gough 
Baker Henry, moulder, 72 s Central av 
Baker Hammond, ship carpenter, 173 s Bond 
Baker Harriet, boarding house, 219 Boston i 
Baker Henry, shoemaker, 122 Conway 
Baker Capt. Henry, 230 e Fayette 
Baker Henry J. (Baker, Bros. & Co.) N. Y. 
Baker Henry, cabinet maker, 159 e Fayette 
Baker Henry, tailor, 68 n Front 
Baker Henry, laborer, 17 Port 
Baker Henry, baker, 411 n Gay 
Baker Mrs. Capt. Horatio, 233 Harford av 
Baker Isaac M. tavern, 108 Low 
Baker Jacob, butcher, 100 Centre, 59 Lexing- 
ton and 55 Hanover markets, dw 540 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Baker Jacob, cooper, 15 Bevan 
Baker Jacob, police, 18 Jefferson 
Baker Jacob, soldier, 199 Hamburg 
Baker James C. ship carp. 175 Bank 
Baker James M. produce dealer, 39 Penna. av 
dw Fremont, between Franklin & George 
Baker James, flour and feed store, cor Penna. 

av and St. Mary, dw 189 n Fremont 
Baker James, machinist, 81 n Amity 
Baker James, city garbage cart, 493 Belair av 
Baker John, ship carpenter, 135 Thames 
Baker John, laborer, 92 Walker ct 
Baker John, laborer, 184 s Spring 
Baker John, shoemaker, 47 Perry 
Baker John W. (J. W. Bruff&'Co.) 315 vr 

Lombard 
Baker John G. mate, 127 s Regester 
Baker John G. colporter, 25 Jackson 
Baker John, ship carp. 34 Gough 
Baker John, 72 Lowson 
Baker John M. shoemaker, 309 e Madison 
Baker John, laborer, 67 Somerset 
Baker J. Thomas, baker, 440 Lexington 
Baker John T. shoemaker, 263 n Dallas 
Baker John, shoemaker, 178 s Durham 
Baker J. W. cabinet maker, 296 n Gay 
Baker John C. boiler maker, ti7 n Poppleton 
Baker John, laborer, 3 Leadenhall 
Baker John H. huckster, 75 s Fremont 
Baker Joseph O. agent U. S. mail R. R. 63 

Ensor 
Baker Joseph, 194 Saratoga 
Baker Lycurgus A. clerk, 90 s Sharp 
BAKER & McCRACKEN, (N. Baker & J. 
McCracken,) paper and rag dealers, 120 w 
Lombard 
Baker Mrs. Laura, 98 n Charles 
Baker Mrs. Kate B. 208 Conway 
Baker Mrs. Mary E. tailoress, 54 Albemarle 



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Baker Mrs. Mary E. 278 Hollins 
Raker Mrs. Marg't, washerwoman, 145 Vine 
Baker Mary E. 293 n Howard 
Baker Minna, boot and shoe store, 1.33 n Gay 
Baker N. C Baker iV McCracken,) 21 Warren 
Baker Philip, boxmaker, over 8 Camden 
Baker Mrs. Rachel, 75 s Fremont 
BAKER RICHARD J. manufacturer of dye 
wood and dealer in dye stuffs and chemicals, 
36 s Charles, dw Windsor mill road. — [See 
p. ]~ ^Advertisements.] 
Baker Robt. B. cabinet maker, 458 Lexington 
Baker Robt. B. cabinet mak. 34 n Fremont 
Baker Samuel, laborer, 68 w Biddle 
Bakef Sophia, 50 s Ann 
Baker Susannah, 72 Lee 
Baker Mrs. Sarah, 67 McElderry 
Baker Theodore, carp'r. Belair av extended 
Paker Thomas, ship carpenter, n e cor Wash- 
ington and West 
Baker Valentine, curled hair, 193 Fred'k av 
Baker Wm. rigger, 132 Gough 
Baker Wm. machinist, Franklin Inn 
Baker Wm. W. cooper, 123 s Exeter 
Baker Wm. H. junk shop, 262 s Charles 
Baker Wm. (Wm. Baker & Co.) 1 Mount 
Baker Wm. carpenter. Chase near Central av 
Baker Judge William, Windsor mill road 
Baker Wm. tailor, 75 McHenry 
BAKER WM.& CO. (Wm. Baker,) tobacco 
commission merchants, 49 Exchange place 
Baker Wm. D. sailmaker, 245 Gough 
Baker Wm. M. clerk, 171 w Fayette 
Baker Wm. J. hardware dealer, 6 Gough 
Baker Wm. G. clerk, 6 Gough 
Baker Wm. (Baker & Brown,) 6 Gough 
Baker W. S. n w cor St. Paul & Madison 
Baker Wm . H. K. sutler, 15 Pearl 
Baker Wm. A. clerk, 311 e Eager 
Baker Wm. mariner, 171 German 
Balar Henry, whitewasher, 45 James la 
Balcke Frederick, carpenter, 3 s Frederick 
Bald Catharine, 91 Penna av 
Bald Frederick W. lock and gun smith, 91 

Penna. av 
Bald Wm. F. carter, 1 James al 
Balden Joseph, laborer, 28 Scott 
Baldersion Hugh & Son, (J. IJalderston & T. 

Balderston,) wire workers, 12 s Calvert 
Balderston Jacob, (Hugh Balderston & Sun,) 

150 w Lombard 
BALDERSTON, WARD & CO. (J. C. Bal- 
derston and J. H. Ward,) boot and shoe 
com'sion merchants, over 273 w Baltimore 
Balderston John C. (Balderston, Ward & Co) 

48 w Monument 
Balder^■ton Dr. Josiaii, dentist, 40 Lexington 
Balderston Marcellus, iron worker, 172 s 

Central av 
Balderston Thomas, (H. Balderston & Sons,) 

12 s Calvert 
Bald us John, laborer, 153 Stirling 
Baldwin Anna, 79 Franklin 
Baldwin Christopher C. (Woodward, Bald- 
win &. Co.) New York 
Baldwin Caleb C. constable, 225 e Lombard 
Baldwin David, treas. Savings Bank of Balti- 
more, n w cor McCulloh & Dolphin 
Baldwin E. F. architect, 57 w Biddle 
Baldwin Dr. Edwin C. 124 n Exeter, dw 

Brown's hotel, 119 n High 
Baldwin Geo. R. tobacconist, 201 Mulberry 
Baldwin John F. moulder, 52 Leadenhall 



Baldwin James T. tobaccouist, 98 n Gay, dw 

201 Mulberry 
Baldwin John H. carpenter, 120 Eden 
Baldwin John, engineer, 97 s Fremont 
Baldwin James T. tailor, 201 Mulberry 
Baldwin Mrs. Mary, 46 Pearl 
Baldwin Mary E. 57 w Biddle 
BALDWIN, MYER & CO. (R. T. Baldwin 

and T. J. Myer,) oyster packers and pre- 
servers of fruits, 90 West Falls av 
Baldwin Robert, laO Columbia 
Baldwin Robert T. (Baldwin, Myer & Co.) 

274 Madison av 
BALDWIN R. W. attorney, 29 St. Paul, dw 

Anne Arundel County 
Baldwin Samuel A. carter, 211 n Eden 
Baldwin Summerfield, (Norris & Baldwin,) 

236 n Eutaw 
Baldwin Wm. H. jr. (Woodward, Baldwin 

& Co.) 115 Park 
Baldwin W. H. blacksmith, 518 w Lombard 
Bales Adam, bricklayer, 2 Franklin 
Balinger Charles, gardener, 1 McMechin 
Balke Frederick, carpenter, 33 Clay, dw 3 s 

Frederick 
Balke Wm. tailor, 312 w Pratt 
Balkman Wm. mariner, near Poppleton be- 
tween Franklin and Pierce 
Balmer James, apothecary, n e cor Baltimore 

and High 
Ball August M. saddler, .59 Scott 
Ball Christian, laborer, Hammond al near 

Exeter 
Ball Charles, engineer navy, 69 Pearl 
Ball David, sup'i Md. Western hay scales, 

166 Franklin 
Ball George, mariner, 59 Thames 
Ball Henry S. bricklayer, 79 Pearl 
Ball John, marble cutter, 243 Forrest 
Ball John, huckster, H Diamond 
Ball John L. bricklayer, 176 s Ann 
Ball John L. shoemaker, 58 e Enger 
Ball John D. carpenter, 335 n Howard, dw 

235 Aisquilh 
Ball Pliilip A. (Frick & Ball,) Baltimore Co. 
Ball Robert, mariner, 67 s Wolfe 
Ball Sarali, dress maker, 1 n High 
Ball Sarah A. furnishing store, 28 e Baltimore 
Ball Walter, jr. clerk, Q. M. department, 89 

Pearl 
Ball Walter, treas. Balto. Steam Packet Co., 

office. Union dock, dw s e cor. Bolton and 

Townsend 
Ball Wm. D. bailiff Crinrl Court, 79 Pearl 
Ball Wm. A. bricklayer 28 e Baltimore 
Balla John, 3 n High 
Balla Theodore, machinist, 627 Light 
Ballantine Alex. B. ship carpenter, 102 s Ann 
Ballard Cyrus, mail agent, 231 e Pratt 
Ballard E. L. merchandise broker, 661 w 

Fayette 
Ballard Edward J. sailmaker, over 96 Light-st 

wharf, dw 158 German 
Ballard Eliza, teacher, 158 German 
Ballard George E. 139 n Calvert 
Ballard Levin E. merchandise broker, s e cor. 

Exchange place & Commerce, dw Fayette 

w of Gilmor 
Ballard James, blacksmith, 1 Chase 
Ballard Mrs. Ruth M. boarding, 139 n Calvert 
Ballard Samuel H. clerk, 139 n Calvert 
Ballard Mary, teacher, 158 German 
Ballauf Augustus, lager beer, 73 Harrison 



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Ballauf Augustus, morocco drcs. 69 H:ii-rison 
Ballauf Charles E. morocco dres. 69 Harrison 
Ballauf Edward, currier, 67 Harrison 
Ballauf Wm. L. currier, 69 Harrison 
Ballenger Thomas, cooper. 147 s Bond 
Ballentine Archibald, plasterer, 191 s Paca 
Ballieder Cor^rad, tailor, 195 Orleans 
Ballman Ann(!, grocer, 755 Light 
Ballinan Frank, whitewasher, 238 n Kden 
BallmaiiFred. drayman, 178 e Fayette 
Ballman [Icnry, cabinet maker, 755 Light 
Balloch James, 478 Lexington 
Balloch Robert A. assessor of Internal Reve- 
nue, 422 w Pratt, d\v 478 Lexitigton 
Balster Charles, emigrant agent, 30 Fell 
Balster John, ship carpenter, 133 Tiiames 
B.iltlius Elizabeth, tailorcss, 254 e Eager 
Baltimore At'ieneeum, cor. St. Paul and Sar- 
atoga, oficupii-'d by Baltimore Library Co., 
Mercantile Library Association and Md. 
Historical Society 
BALTIMORE ASSOCIATION FOR MOR- 
AL AND EDUCATIONAL LMPROVE- 
MKNT OF COLORED PEOPLE, rooms 
3& 4 Bible house. 75 w Fayette 
Baltimore Academy of the Visitation, corner 

Park and Centre 
Baltimore Association for Improving the Con- 
dition of the Poor, 24 w Fayette 
BALTIMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE & 
TELEGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, [H- B. 
Bryant, II. D. Stratton, L. B.uinister& W. 
H. Sadtler, proprietors,) cor. St. Paul and 
Lexington 
Biltimore City Jail, Madison, e of Jones' Falls 
BALTlMOllKCLll'I'ER, 134 w Baltimore 
BALTIMORE CUSTOM HOUSE, n w cor. 

of Gay and Lombard 
BALTIMORE CITY PASSENGER RAIL- 
WAY CO., office over n e cor. Eutaw suid 
Balto. Henry Tyson, pix'sident 
BALTI.MORE GO'S. STANDARD FER- 
TILIZERS, cor. Ridgely and Stockholm, 
Spring Garden 
BAL riMORE and CUBA SMELTING and 
MINING CO. COPPER WORKS, cor. 
Cuba and Andre, Locust Point, and Canton 
and Clinton-sts., Canton, office over 30 
South, Clinton Leverinsr, iiresident 
BALTIMORE, CATO.NSVILLE & ELLI- 
COTTS MILLS RAILWAY, office 32 
Frederick av 
BALTIMORE CEMETERY CO., office 6 
South, Thomas Wilson, president, Edward 
G. Diggs, secretary and treasurer 
BALTIMORE CITY & COUNTY ALMS- 
HOUSE, Calverton road 
Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, cor of 
Liimbard and Hanover, entrance Lombard 
BALTIMORE COAL OIL WORKS, foot of 
Eutaw, R. M. Smith, pro. office over 13 s 

BAL riMORE DAILY GAZETTE, 112 w 

Baltimore 
BALTIMORE EaUITABLE SOCIETY, 

for insuring houses from loss by fire, office 

19 South, Francis A. Crook, treasurer 
BALTIMORE FEMALE COLLEGE, 53 

St. Paul, N.C. Brooks, principal. — [Seep. 

35 Mvertisements.] 
BALTIMORE FIRK INSURANCE CO., s 

w cor. South and Water, J. I. Cohen, jr., 

president 



Baltimore Glass Works, e end of G. Hughes 
Baltimore Infirmary, s w cor. Greene and 

Lombard 
Baltimore Gymnasium, Carroll Hall, s e cor. 

Calvert «^- Baltimore, John Carson, president 
BALTIMORE LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, 

late Winans, next to Mt. Clare Depot 
Baltimore Life Insurance Co. 7 Soutli, John 

I. Donaldson, president 
BALTIMORE MACHINE AND TOOL 

SHOP, office 72 w Pratt. 
Baltimore Alarine Observatory, e end of Mont- 
gomery 
Baltimore Museum, n w cor Baltimore and 

Calvert 
BALTIMORE MARINE INSURANCE CO 

n w cor South and Water, James Hooper, 

jr. president 
Baltimore Orpiian Asylum, Strieker near Lex- 

BAl/riMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD 

CO. office Camden Station 
Baltimore Price Current, office Merchant's 
Excliange Reading Rooms, George U. Por- 
ter, publisher 
BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA 
STEAMBOAT CO., office 3 Light street 
wharf, J. Alexander Shriver, agent 
Baltimore Rosine Association, 335 w Pratt 
Baltimore Steam Laundry, basement 1 e Bal- 
timore, next to bridge; Christopher Search, 
proprietor 
Baltimore Stock Board, 45 w Fayette 
BALTIMORE STEAM PACKET CO. of- 
fice s end Concord, Union Dock, M. N. 
Falls, agent 



BALTIMORE and SUSQUEHAN- 
NA STEAM CO., Jos. James Tay- 
lor Agent, office lower end West 
Falls avenue. 



BALTIMORE UNITED BUTCHERS' AS- 
SOCIATION, n e cor Neighbor & McKim 
BALTIMORE WECKER, daily and weekly 
German newspaper, 3 n Frederick, Wm. 
SchnauITer, proprietor 
Baltimore Venango Oil Co. 117 w Baltimore; 

Hi)race Abbott president 
Baltimore Working Men's Union, 5 s Fred'k 
Balttasar Frederick, gardener, 200 s Dallas 
Baltz Anthony, paper carrier, 233 s Dallas 
Baliz Edward, butcher, 488 Penn'a av 
Baltz Henry, laborer, 233 s Dallas 
Baltz Wm. butcher, 35 Belair market, dw. 

Patterson, near Greenmount Cemetery 
Baltzell Alexander, merchant, 220 Franklin 
Baltzell C. paper hanger, 10 Somerset 
Baltzell Louisa, 231 Franklin 
HALTZKLL DR. WM. H. 90 Hanover 
Baltzer George, laborer, 206 s Wolfe 
Baltzer Henry, 82 s Central av 
Balz Rhinehard", butcher, 424 Penn'a av 
Balzer Henry, tailor, 82 s Central av 
Balzer Nich. porter, 16 s Chapel 
Bambach Henry, portrait painter, 211 s Wolfe 
Bambach Joseph, grocery, 100 n Central av 
Bamberger Abraham, butcher, 83 Mullikin 
Bamberger Ansel (Bamberger Sf Co.) 12ft 
e Baltimore 



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Get your Clothing made at SMITH BROS. & CO., No. 40 W. 

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Bamberger Brothers, (M. Bamber- 
ger & H. Bamberger,) dry goods, 
143 Lexington and 57 n Howard. 

Bamberger David, dry goods, 43 n Howard, 

dw 111 w Fayette 
BAMBERGER & CO. (E. Bamberger & A, 

Bamberger,) millinery, ribbons and fancy 

goods dealers, 247 \v Baltimore 
Bamberger E. (Bamberger & Co.) 48 s Eutaw 
Bamberger Josepli C. iron works, 381 n Gay 
Bamberger Moses, (Bamberger Bros.) 126 e 

Baltimore 
Bamberger Wm. H. grocery, 243 e Madison 
Bance John, laborer, 132 Low 
Bancroft Cliarles F. clerk, 12 n High 
Bancroft John, bri<klayer, 12 n High 
Bancroft John D. bricklayer, 12 n High 
Bandel Andrew J. coal dealer, cor West Falls 

and Eastern avs, dw 67 n Front 
Bandel Francis, shoemaker, 79 Grindall 
Bandel Grafton, cabinet maker, 152 Franklin 
Bandel Isaac C. conductor C. P. R. R. 67 n 

Front 
Bandel John M. & Sons (J. M. Bandel, sr., 

(J. M. Bandel, jr. & Martin L. Bandel,) im- 
porters of coffee, &c. 119 Smith's wharf 
Bandel Justina B. 96 s Exeter 
Bandel Leonard J. block and pump maker & 

ass't engineer fire dep't, 97 McElderry's 

wharf, dw 96 s Exeter 
Bandel M. L. 365 e Pratt 
Bandel Philip, 202 e Fayette 
Bandell Mrs. Ann Maria, 204 e Madison 
Bandell Charles S. 63 s Caroline 
Bandell George E. 67 n Front 
Bandell George W. carver, 52 e Pratt 
Bandell John M. (John M. Bandell & Sons,) 

365 e Pratt 
Bandell John W. clerk, 365 e Pratt 
Bandell Capt. Michael H. mariner, 160 s Bond 
Bandell Wm. bacon dealer, 70 n Bond 
Bando Frederick, barber, 267 n Bond 
Bane Christian, sawyer, 167 s Wolfe 
Bane Miss E. 198 e Madison 
Bane John, clerk, 198 e Madison 
Bang Francis G. 203 Columbia 
Bange Frank, barber, 184 n Eden 
Bange Jacob, clerk, Franklin House 
Bange Michael, carter, 228 n Dallas 
Banger Henry, cabinetmaker, 110 Low 
Bangert Anthony, tailor, 196 Eastern av 
Bangert Joseph, baker, 8 Fell 
Bangert Philip, coal oil and lamps, s e corner 

Central av and Chew 
Bangert Rudolph, hatter, 116 McElderry 
Bangs Charles, clerk, 11 Penn 
Bangs David A. clerk, 154 w Madison 
Bangs Dwight, clerk, 49 Lexington 
Bangs Edward (Carey, Bangs & Woodward,) 

154 w Madison 
Bangs Elizabeth, 154 w Madison 
Bangs John, boot and shoemaker, 229 w Pratt, 

dw 232 Bane 
Bangs Mrs. Mary A. 113 s Bond 
Banghard Nicholas, porter, 12 Union 
BANK OF BALTIMORE, n e cor Baltimore 

and St. Paul 
BANK OF COMMERCE, 26 South, Jas.W. 

Allnutt, pres't 
Bankard David, 5 Perry 
Bankard Henry JN. 17 Fremont, nr Penn 'a av 



BANKARD JACOB J. beef and pork pack- 
er, 40 Second, dw n e cor Baltimore and 
Chester 
Bankard Jacob J. jr. clerk, n e cor Baltimore 

and Chester 
Bankard James M. butcher, 67 Hampstead 
Bankard John, ship-joiner, 257 s Durham 
Bankard John L. butcher, 436 e Baltimore 
Bankerd Dennis, 108 Pine 
Bankerd Wm. (John F. Forrester & Co.) 211 

w Biddle 
Bankhead Robert, clerk, 30 n Fremont 
Banks Benj. F. furniture wagoner, 97 McEl- 
derry 
Banks Daniel B. president Union Manufac- 
turing Co., office cor Howard and German, 
dw 194 Franklin 
Banks David, furniture, 59 South, dw 380 e 

Baltimore, e of Washington 
Banks Henry, 935 s Dallas 
Banks John, machinist, 15 s Schroeder 
Banks John, shoemaker, 232 Barre 
Banks John M. machinist, 15 s Schroeder 
Banks Joseph, 15 McElderry 
Banks Joshua, tinner, 172 n Eutaw 
Banks Joshua (Kellum & Banks,) 15 McEl- 
derry 
Banks Joshua E. tinner, 172 n Eutaw 
Banks Lewis, machinist, 48 s Poppleton 
Banks Mrs. Lydia D. 121 Saratoga 
Banks Mary, 14 Saratoga 
Banks Morton D. 84 e Pratt 
Banks Robert T. china ware, 53 South, dw 

233 w Lombard 
Banks Robert T. jr. clerk, 233 w Lombard 
Banks Samuel, machinist, Townsend between 

John and Grundy 
Banks Wm. tinner, 38 Warner 
Banks W. H. S. clerk, 380 e Baltimore 
Banks Wm. H. clerk, 443 n Gay 
Banks W. E. (Swain & Banks) 25 s High 
Banks Wm. J. grocer, n e cor Bond and Eager 
Bannan John, laborer, 16 Diamond 
Bannan John, painter, 85 Druid Hill av 
Bannan John, grocer, s e cor Lexington and 

Paca 
Bannan John, machinist, 1 Abey al 
Bannan Lawrence, machinist, 79 York 
Bannan Michael, grocer, 447 n Gay 
BANNON M. attorney, .32 St. Paul, dw. 

Anne Arundel Co. 
Bannon Patrick, drayman, 120 Scott 
Bannon Mrs. Hannah, grocery, 362 Ostend 
Bannenberg Fredk. shoemaker, 344 w Pratt 
Banning Mrs. Catharine, 280 Lexington 
Bannister Wm. plasterer, 689 w Baltimore 
Bansel Conrad, baker, 139 s Wolfe 
Bansemer G. A. (W. G. Bansemer & Co.) 

199 w Hoffman 
BANSEMER W. G. & CO. (W. G. Banse- 
mer & G. A. Bansemer) wholesale grocers 
and commission merchants, 108 w Lombard 
Bansemer Wm. G. (W G. Bansemer &c Co.) 

195 w Hoffman 
Banthem Charles W. wheelwright, 289 Cross 
Banthem Geo. W. quartermaster U. S. N., 

289 Cross 
Banthem James M. police, 288 Cross 
Banthem James, coachmaker, 289 Cross 
Bantz Dr. Edward, 22 Columbia 
Bantz Eugene H. clerk, 305 Lexington 
Bantz Gideon, (H. Pendexter & Co.) 320 w 
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Bantz Henry H. salesman, 3l2 w Baltimore 
BANTZ THEODORE S. agent, boot, shoe, 
hat and cap dealer, 322 w Baltimore, dw 305 
Lexington 
Bantzer Frederick, liquor store, 239 s Bond 
Banz Eve, 115 McKldrrry 
Baphor T. C. Eutaw Hou^e 
Bapisteiler George, shocmakrr, 114 s Durham 
BAQIJOL & KAECHLER (Jules Baquol 
& Jacques Kaechkr,) nianufact'rs of French 
confectionery, wholesale only, 42 Pine 
Baquol Jules, (Baquol & Kaechler,) 42 Pine 
Bar & Bro. (Bernian Bar & Levi Bar,) cloth- 
iers, 169 s Broadway 
Bar Berman (Bar & Bro.) 180 s Broadway 
Bar Christian, laborer, IHO Hughes 
Bar Levi (Bar & Bro.) ]89 s Broadway 
Barbee George B. (Gephart & Barbee,) 626 w 

Baltimore 
Barber Edward, iron roller, 135 Hudson 
Barber Frederick, laborer, 196 Eastern av 
Barber Mrs. Ida, 57 Cohimljia 
Earlier John, finisher, 481 w Lombard 
Barber John G. deputy provost marshal, 450 

w Fayette 
Barber Mich 'I, rigger, Caroline near Thames 
Barljer Sarah, dress niak(>r, 27 Pearl 
Barber Walter T. clerk, 34 s Sharp 
Barber Zebulon, wheelwright. Black Horse 
tavern. High , 

Barberech Joseph, cabinet maker, 65 Wash- 
ington, F. H. 
Barbour David M. com. mcrch't, 87 Smith's 

wharf, dw 25 Aisquith 
Barbiue Charles, fisherman, 132 Johnson 
Barl)iiie Wm. E. ship carpenter, 132 Johnson 
Barclier John, upholsterer, 192 s Ann 
Barchcr Susan, huckstress, 192 s Ann 
B irchus John H. chirk, 7 s Caroline 
Barclay Mrs. Hannah C.69 s Ann 
Barclay Marcus C. engineei-, 69 s Ann 
Barclay Nicholas, confectionery stand, n w 

cor Baltimore and Liberty 
Barclay Richard R. mariner, 285 e Fayette 
Bard Thomas P. 278 L"xington 
Barden Elizabeth, 97 Block 
Birden Michael, laborer, 131 Sterrett 
Bardroff Joseph, plasterer, 18 Lanvale 
Bardrotf Lewis, 82 s Ann 
Bard roll" IjC wis C. wood and coal dealer, 122 

s Wolfe 
Barepich John, soldier, 269 s Dallas 
Bargar Deeter, bricklayer, 65 Franklin 
Bargar George W. bricklayer, Druid Hill av 
Bargar Henry, bricklayer, 172 Mulberry 
Bargar Joseph H. moulder, 84 Henrietta 
Bargar Sarah, teacher, 239 Franklin 
Bargi't Geo. musiciin, 37 L. McKlderry 
B irgin D barkeeper U. S. Hotel, 69 President 
Bargin Wm. clerk U. S. Hotel, 69 President 
Banes Jacob, laborer, 2U9 Aliceanna 
Barkaineyer Henry, laborer, 5 S iratoga 
B irke Ciiristian, sli )emaker, 332 s Cnarles 
Barker Albert, clerk, 134 n Gay 
Barker Alfred, pattern maker, 89 n Front 
Barker Charles F. clerk, 362 n Eutaw 
Barker Edward W., of B. & 0. R. R. 362 n Eu- 
taw 
Barker Emily, dress maker, 21 n Eutaw 
Barker Evan T. 168 Catnedral 
Barker Fredk clerk, 227 German 
Barker Mrs. Harriet A. 160 n Calvert 
Barker James Thomas, mariner, 55 Hamburg 



Barker John A. property agent, 15 St. Paul, 

dw 160 n Calvert 
Barker John P. tobacconist, 86 Barre 
Barker John A. clerk, 160 n Calvert 
Barker John, mariner, Meyer ct 
Barker Mrs. John, 362 n Eutaw 
Barker Joseph, clerk, 160 n Calvert 
Barker Joseph H. clerk. 160 n. Calvert 
Barker Wm. K. tobacconist, 265 w Pratt, dw 

86 Barre 
Barker Wm. clerk Mechanics' Bank, 77 w 

Biddle 
Barker Wm. C. clerk, Marriott near Haubert 
Barker Wm. private watchman, 55 w Biddle 
Barkin John, boatman, 32 Chew 
Barklage & Henneman, (H. A. Barklage & 

John Henneman) packing box makers, 15 

Cowperi al 
Barklage Henry A. (Barklage & Henneman,) 

80 n Eutaw 
Barkley Geo. L. provisions, 267 e Lombard 
Barkley Robert, tailor, 43 Eastern av 
Barknian Joseph, cigar. maker. 76 Pierce 
Barkman Wm. cigar maker, 76 Pierce 
Barlage Frank, grocery, 260 Montgomery 
Barley John, laborer, 20 s Carey 
Barley John T. engineer, 20 s Carey 
BARLING EDWARD, carpenter, 167 Stir- 
ling 
Barlow Clinton, clerk, 503 w Fayette 
Barlow Mrs. Honora, seamstress, 21 s Repub- 
lican 
BARLOW JOSEPH, grocer, 46 n Paca, dw 

503 w Fayette 
Barlow Joseph, mariner, 42 Fell 
Barlow Lewis, clerk, 503 w Fayette 
Barlow Sarah A. seamstress, 141 Saiatoga 
Barnard John, soap dealer, s e cor Saratoga 

and St. Paul 
Barnard Thomas, draftsman, 57 Columbia 
Barnard Wm. 57 Columbia 
B.irnes Alexander M. police, 14 Essex 
Barnes Agnes V. 140 s Ann 
Barnes Bernhard, seaman, 95 Elliott 
Barn(>s Capt. Benj. 83 Columbia 
Barnes Christian R. police, 239 e Fayette 
BARiNES, DEBOW & CO. (H. P. Barnes & 

C. H. Daiger) dealers in oysters, over 150 

w. I'ratt 
Barnes Daniel J. police, 194 Bank 
Barnes Mrs Eliza, .seamstress, 325 Saratoga 
Barnes Mrs. Ellen R. 14 Ramsay 
Barnes Francis, blacksmith. Booth w of Carey 
Barnes Hanson P. (Barnes, Debow &Co.) 285 

e Madison 
Barnes Henry, seaman, 95 Elliott 
Barnes Henry, shoemaker, 100 Scott 
Barnes Jas. E wheelwright, 327 Eastern ay 
Barnes James, lumber inspector, 28 Jefferson. 
Barnes Joshua, 69 s Oregon 
Barnes John H. oil dealer, 26. McElderry 
Barnes John A. produce dealer, 26 McEldeir 
Barnes J(jhn M. blacksmiUi, 24 Laureli -y 

Barnes John M. blacksmif.hi.91 Pr,esto» 
Barnes John R. clerk, 162 n Gay 
B,\RNES MRS. MARY A, 20,PiQr 
Barnes Richard, of tobacco, w^irtjiliP .:e 

• 425 e Fayette ^se No. 1, 

Barnes Rev. Samuelj 174;A^?i<jt' 
Barnes Samuel F 14,Ram?^r/ j^h 

Barnes Samuel E.. engineqc. 
Barnes, Sarah. A. tailov^ss' qqo Light 

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Barnes Capt. Thomas H. 14 Williamson 
Barnes Thomas, laborer, 196 Madison av 
Barnes Rev. Wm. A. 60 e Baltimore 
Barnes Wm. M. carpenter, 319 n Eutaw 
Barnet John, wheelwright. 481 w Lombard 
Barnet John H. marker custom house, 6 s Re- 
publican 
Baiiiet William H. bricklayer, 250 Eastern av 
Barnett A. E. millinery, 67 n Charles 
Barnett James, caulker, 125 Washington, F.H. 
Barnett Maria, seamstress, 336 n Howard 
Barnett Richard, 245 n Bond 
Barnett Rosanna, tailoress, 125 Washington, 

F. H 
Barnett Thomas, painter, 162 Bank 
Barnett Wm. clerk P. 0. 185 Lee 
Barney James H. (John Sullivan & Sons,) 76 

n Charles 
Barney John W. clerk U. S. A. Medical De- 
partment, 70 Barre 
Barnham Andrew, clerk, 359 e Eager 
Barnhart Mrs. 304 s Sharp 
Barnickel Johann F. tailor, 84 s Bethel 
Barnickel Wolfgang, huckster, 13 e Lombard 
Barnity Alexander H. 211 w Lombard 
Barnitz Alex. H. bookkeeper, 277 Garden 
Bainiiz Covington, 29 George 
Barnitz Covinston D. 669 Lexington 
BARNITZ M. 29 George 
Barnslricker Michael, laborer, Washington rd 

opposite Mt. Clare 
Barnstein Solomon, clothing, 107 Camden 
Barnum Allen S. Grundy near McMechin 
BABNUM'S CITY HOTEL, fronting Cal- 
vert, St. Paul and Fayette, D. Dorsey, pro- 
prietor 
Barnum George, engineer, 496 w Lombard 
Barnum Mrs. Zenus, s e cor Cathedral and 

Mt. Vernon place 
Barr James L. clerk N. C. R. 233 Mulberry 
BARK JOHN, Washington Hotel, n w cor 

Eutaw and Camden 
Barr Samuel, agent NCR. 233 Mulberry 
Barranger Andrew, laborer, 292 Harford av 
Barranger Geo. W. butcher, 288 Saratoga 
Barranger John, clerk, 37 McElderry 
Barranger John, watchman, s w cor McElderry 

and Spring 
Barranger John L. 128 Forrest 
BARRANGER LEWIS L., Sr. butcher, 34 
Centre, 77 Lexington and 63 Hanover mar- 
kets, dw 288 Saratoga 
Barranger Lewis L. jr. butcher, 62 Centre, 44 
Lexington and 64 Hanover markets, dw 169 
Penna. av 
Barrett David, watchman, 118 n Fremont 
BARRETT & DE BEET, (J. L. Barrett & 
D. H. De Beet,) carvers and gilders, 71 w 
Baltimore 
Barrett Edw. wagoner, n e cor Eastern av and 

Exeter 
Barrett Eliza, millinery, 90 Richmond 
Barrett Mrs. Ellen, rear of 144 Hughes 
Barrett F. O. (Smoot, Habersham & Barrett) 

236 w Hoffman 
Barrett Gregory, sr. lamplighter, 118 n Fre- 
mont 
Barrett George, silversmith, 476 Lexington 
Barrett & Higgins, (Wm. D. Barrett & J. T. 
Higgins,) wholesale hat and cap dealers, 
272 w Baltimore 
Barrett Isabella, teacher, 118 n Fremont 
Barrett James J. musician, 17 McElderry 



Barrett James .T. paint and oil store, 240 Lex- 
ington, dw 108 Mulberry 
Barrett John L. (Barrett & DeBeet,)5 Jackson 

square 
Barrett John, grocery, 158 e Lombard 
Barrett John J. 340 Saratoga 
Barrett John, grocery, 289 e Pratt 
Barrett L. Z. grocer, 474 Lexington 
Barrett L. Z. & Co. produce commission mer- 
chants, 194 Lexington 
Barrett Maurice W. clerk, 474 Lexington 
Barrett Mrs. Mary, seamstress. 320 s Sharp 
BARRETT M. looking glass and picture 

frames, 82 n Howard 
Barrett Mrs. Mary, 320 s Sharp 
Barrett Mary, i5 n Eutaw 
Barrett Margaret, 99 Eastern av 
Barrett Margaret E. 18 s Fremont 
Barrett Peter, soldier, 46 Cooksie 
BARRETT WILLIAM, rag dealer, 24 Wil- 
liam, dw 214 Barre 
Barrett William, operator fire alarm telegraph, 

dw 323 Mulberry 
Barrett W.D.(Barfett & Higgins)137 w Hoff- 
man 
Barrickman Mrs. Ellen, 169 n Paca 
Barrickman Jacob,cedar coop. 200 e Baltimore 
Barrier C. F. dry goods, 137 n Gay 
Barringer Fred'k, bricklayer, 216 Aliceanna 
Barringer Henry, butcher, 390 w Fayette 
Barringer Jacob, laborer, 239 s Bethel 
Barringer James L. police, Jefferson near Ann 
Barrington, Edw. P. bookkeeper, 702 Saratoga 
Barrington Frank T. prof music, 124 Grundy 
Barrington T. N. clerk, 702 Saratoga 
Barris George W. cooper, 116 n Central av 
BarroU Benj. C. attorney, s w cor Fayette 

and Charles, dw 249 Garden 
Barroli James W. 286 Madison av 
Barroll Mary Ann, 109 w Moiuiment 
Barroli Richard, 109 w Monument 
Barroll Benjamin C jr. clerk, 42 Second 
Barron Edward, horseshoer, 267 w Biddle 
Barron James, carpenter, 137 e Lombard 
Barron James, of fire depart., 137 e Lombard 
Barron John M., U. S N. 169 Hanover 
Barron John, U. S. N. 18 Armistead la 
Barron John, huckster, 195 s Paca 
Barron John, huckster, 79 s Pace. 
Barron John, car|jenter, 142 w Madison 
Barron John, laborer, 134 Garden 
Barron Samuel H. 56 n Republican 
BaiTon Sarah, dairy, 142 w Madison 
Barron Thomas, laborer, 196 e Madison 
Barron Thomas, veterinary surgeon, 10 w 

Hoffman 
Barron Wm. D. salesman, 14^^ s Calvert 
Barrow Denwood H. bookkeeper, 527 w Fay- 
ette 
Barrow Mrs. Esther R. 666 Lexington 
Barrow H. T. bookkeeper, 158 w Lombard 
Barrow Rev. Thos. 227 e Baltimore 
Borrows & Co. (Pitt Barrows & R. S. Bar- 
rows,) brokers, 72 Exchange place 
Barrows Pitt, (Barrows & Co.) Barnum 's hotel 
Barrows R.S (Barrows & Co )Barnum's hotel 
BARRUS GEO. W. & CO. (G. W. Barrus 
& J. B. Chase,) dry goods, 211 w Baltimore 
Barnis George W. (G. W. Barrus & Co.) 

258 Madison av 
Barry & Hoogewerff, (J. C. Bairy & S. E. 
Hoogewerff,) merchandise brokers, 4 Gro- 
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Barry Catherine, 66 Clay 

Barry Catherine, 9 Chase 

Barry Edmoiid, teamster, 17 Bank 

Barry Ellen, 320 w Fayette 

Barry Harry A. clerk, 208 Franklin 

Barry James C. jr (Barry & Hoogewerff,) 11 

McCulloh 
Barry James, carter, 1 Hargrove al 
Barry James C. sr. clerk, 11 McCulloh 
Barry James H. upholsterer, 588 Exeter 
Barry John L. teller Franklin Bank, 58 s Exeter 
Barry John, carpenter, 3 Watson 
Barry John, laborer, 20 St. Mary 
Barry John, sailor, 19 L. McElderry 
Barry Mrs. John W. 122 n Poppleton 
Barry John, actor, 69 Vine 
Barry John S. &• Co. (J. S. Barry, Wm. Tel- 
land, W. H. V. Smith, &J S. Telland,) 
dry goods com. merchants 20 Hanover 
Barry John S.(J. S.Barry & Co.) 177 St. Paul 
Barry Capt.John J. bookkeeper, 222 w Fayette 
Barry John W. huckster, 63 L Montg-omery 
Barry Llewellyn F. attorney at law, 80 w Fay- 
ette, dw 79 w Monument 
Barry Mary 19 L. McElderry 
Barry Patrick T. plumber, 1 Hargrove al 
BARRY ROBERT C. attorney at law, n w 
cor Lexington and Courtland, dw Baltimore 
County 
Barry Samuel, barkeeper, 104 n Eutaw 
Barry Samuel, mariner, 57 Milliman 
Barry Standish, currier, 58 s Exeter 
Barry Thomas, 20 St. Mary 
Barry Wm. H. dealer in game, 393 w Pratt 
Barry Wm. millwright, 118 York 
Barry Wm porter, 69 Vine 
Barry Mrs. Dr. Wm. J. 166 Preston 
Barry Wm. R (F. B. Loney & Co.) 586 Lex- 

iiigron 
Barsch Philip, barber, 217 Canton av 
Bartche John, upholsterer, 79 s Bond 
Bartell Christofiher, cab. maker, 216 w Pratt 
Bartell Christopher, cab. maker, 8 e Lombard 
Bartell Hugo, photographer, 42 n Eutaw 
Bartenbacher Peter, rags, 877 w Pratt 
Barter Jacob, 192 Conway 
Barter John, sailor, 145 Canton av 
Barter Richard, laborer, 75 Richmond 
Bartgis Mary C. cliiiia and glass, 162 n Gay 
Bartels Hach, photographer, 73 s Paca 
Earth Christian, shoemaker, 30 n Paca 
Barth Daniel, harness maker, 197 Cathedral 
Barth Samuel, commission merchant and im- 
porter of liquors, wines, cigar3,&c. 21 South 
dw Balto. Co. 
Barthnld August, jeweler, 138 L. Greene 
Bartholo John, butch^, 287 Franklin 
Bartholomae George, printer, 77 n Howard 
Barrholomfei Christian G. cabinet maker, 15 

Chase, dw 13 
Bartholomasa Geo. cabinet maker, 55 Fawn 
Bartholomay John, confectioner, 57 Gough 
Bartholomee Gustus, tailor, 181 s Eden 
Bartholomee John J. cigar maker, 11 s Ann 
Bartholomee Theodore M. carpenter, 262 n 

Eutaw 
Bartholomew Christian, tailor, 39 n Spring 
Bartholomew Henry, clerk, 141 Barre 
Bartholomew Joseph, clerk, 153 Park 
Bartholomew Lanhart, laborer, 179 Raborg 
Bartholow Andrew J. carpenter, 50 n Pine 
Bartholow B. F. clerk, 304 Hollins 
Bartholow Geo. M. dairy, 716 w Pratt 



Bartholow J. M. C. (Rice, Chase & Co.) Eu- 
taw flouse 
Bartholow Mrs. Thomas, 334 Franklin 
Barthrof Peter, cabinet maker, 20 Rock 
Bartles Heni-y, cigar maker, 100 s Chapel 
Bartleson Alonzo D. clerk, 95 Columbia 
Bartlett Abner T. police, 93 s Wolfe 
BARTLETT & BROTHER (Chas. Bartlett 

& Wm. Bartlett) boat builders, in Fardy 

& Bros, ship yard, fool of Montgomery 
Bartlett Chas. W. (Bartlett »fc Bro.)412 Light 
Bartlett David L. (Hayward, Bartlett & Co.) 

57 Hollins 
Bartlett Edward L. clerk, 57 Hollins 
Bartlett Mrs. K'liza, 22 n Paca 
Bartlett George & Co. (G. Bartlett & T.Spencer 

Nolen) hide& leather dealers, 134 w Fayette 
Bartlett Geo. (G. Bartlett & Co.) 65 n Liberty 
Bartlett George W. B. B. clerk, 65 n Liberty 
Bartlett James, jr. boat builder, Chester bet 

Bank and Gough 
Bartlett James, boat builder, 37 Philpot, dw 

131 Gou^h 
BARTLETT JOHN M. wholesale druggist, 

70 s Calvert, dw 173 n Calvert 
Bartlett Joseph T. clerk, 173 n Calvert 
Bartlett Thomas, blacksmith, 193 Bank 
Bartlett Wm. E. 100 Park 
Bartlett Wm. E. jr. ,&. Co. (Wm.E. Bartlett, jr. 

& Henry K. Loney) wholesale druggists, 

96 Light street whf 
Bartlett Wm. E. 110 Hanover 
Bartlett Wm. S. (Bartlett &Bro.) 253 s Broad- 
way 
Bartlett Wm. S. boat builder, 227 s Broadway 
Bartley JNicholas, fruit dealer, 28 n Frederick 
Bartman Christopher, brass finisher, 121 s 

Regester 

Bartman , laborer, 185 Hughes 

Bartol Henry B. coachmaker, 219 Aisquith 
Bartol Sophia, 219 Aisquith 
Bartol Sophia A. 82 Mulberry 
Barton Andrew C. police, 102 Granby 
Barton Henry, stone cutter, 896 w Pratt 
Barton Ignatius D. printer, 48 Stiles 
BARTON JAMES I. merchant tailor, 276 w 

Baltimore, dw 198 e Baltimore 
Barton James, ship joiner, 210 Bank 
Barton Jas. laborer, 14 McHenry w of Fulton 
Barton Jennings, ship joiner, 142 s Chester 
Barton John T. carp'r, 52 s Washington, F. P. 
Barton Joseph, grocer, 227 e Madison 
Barton Joshua N. finisher, 176 McHenry 
Barton Joshua, finisher, 184 iMcHenry 
Barton Laura J. teacher, 202 e Baltimere 
Barton Mary J. 202 e Baltimore 
Barton Rebecca, 227 e Madison 
Barton Samuel E. 33 Lexington 
Barton Samuel S. sail maker, 202 e Baltimore 
Barton Samuel S. carpenter, 70 Mullikin 
Barton Thaddeus J. circus agent, 174 e Pratt 
Barton Thomas L. blacksmith, 611 w Pratt 
Barton Wm. L printer, 199 w Fayette 
Barton Wm. J.(Wm. J. Barton & Son,) 62 e 

Lombard 
BARTON WM. J. & SON, (W. J. Barton 

and W. N. Barton,) curriers and leather 

dealers, 7 and 9 Cheapside 
Barton Wm. N. (W, J. Barton & Son,) 62 e 

Lombard 
Bartsch Frederick, pocket-book maker, S25 

Franklin 
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Barzell Valentino, caiu-r, 183 s Wolfe 
Barwick John, laborer, Boston, e of Bennett 
Barwick Samuel, junk dealer, 278s Broadway- 
Bash A. M., clerk, 82 w Monument 
Bash Alexander MrC, clirk, 82 w Monument 
Bash John H., (Entz & B.ish) 195 w Hoff- 
man 
Bash Henry M., 82 w Monument 
Basil John, scissor grind'T, 179 s Wolfe 
Basler Bernhardt, shoenifikir, 96 St. I'eter 
Btsler M.irtin, cooper, ;')4 Frederick av 
Bass Abram, shoemaker, 34ti s Biuid 
Bass Daniel, brush maker, 24 Abbot 
Bassett Freeman, boiler maker, 226 Mont- 
gomery 
Bissett Henrietta, seamstri'ss, 87 Henrietta 
Bassett Wm H., soldier, 87 H iirietta 
Bassfnrd Mrs. Angelin.', 317 e Madison 
Bassford' John T., (Bassf.rd, Weber & Co.) 

403 Lexinjctcn 
Bassford Mis. Maria, 67 s Eden 
BASSFORD, VVEP.ER & CO., (J. T. Bass- 
ford, C. Weber & J. Tooendle) photog- 
raphers, over 213 w Baltimore 
BASSHOR THOM.AS C. & CO., (T. C. 
Fasshor & W. Stebbins) engineers and 
heating apparatus m inufacturers, 2{) Light. 
[See p. 44 Jidverthements.] 
Basshor Thomas C , (T. C. Basshor & Co.) 

ICutaw House 
Bast John, baker, 98 e l..ombard 
Bast Mrs. Louisa L., boarding house, 476 w 

Lombard 
Bastable Gilbert M., cattle dealer, 4 Waverly 

terrace 
Bastert August, harnnii'rman, 19 Cannon 
B.isiiiiti Henrv, cig.ir maker. 28 Hampsiead 
BASTIE.N MAD'ME E., ladies' hair dresser, 

94 Lexington 
Basiler Frederick, laiiorer, 54 Frederiek av 
Baswitz Morritz, millinery, l'~7 n G ly 
Batchelor Adam, 6 Hasseiljuig ct 
Baichelor Andrew J., ship carpenter, 13 n 

Wolfe 
Batchelor Benjamin E., sailmaker, 174 Gough 
Batchelor Christopher C, ship carpenter, 196 

e Lombard 
Eitehelor Christopher, carpenter, 169 e Lom- 
bard 
Batchelor George, roofrr, 24 s Bond 
Batchelor Jacob, porter, 72 Druid Hill av 
Batchelor James, porter, 34 Consiiiuiion 
B.itchelor Joseph, laborer, 250 e Pratt 
Batchelor Josi-ph, gas fitter, 34 Constitution 
Batchelor Joseph, screwnian. 240 e 1^-att 
Batchelor Nathaniel, 174 Gouii^h 
Batchelor Samuel R., grocery, 196 Mullikin 
Batchelor Wallace, pap. hanjier, 167 Hanover 
Batchelor Walter, driver Harndeo E.tpress, 

42 s Pine 
Batchelor Wm., watchman, 5 n Wolfe 
Batchelor Wm. A., paper hauler, 44 Gough 
Batchen i^oorad, bookKee|)ir, 42 Birre 
■Batching John, laborer, 10 l.'uss.H 
Bateman Amos VV , sailor, 197 s Chapel 
Balcman Benj. M. G., tinner, 270 Ligl'l 
Bateman Cariierine, 6- s Hii(h 
Batiinan James J., bookkeeper, 422 L'xington 
Bateman Jas. S., tobacconist, J2o Hillen 
Bateman John, grocery, 85 St. Piter 
Bateman John L., boiler maker, 18 s Carey 
Bateman Samuel, moulder, 226 Light 
Bateman Wm. L., confectioner, 89 s Fremont 



Bateman Wm. L., police, 212 n Caroline 
Bates Alexander B , U. S. N., 676 w Favette 
Bates Rev. Daniel W., 39 s Washington, F. P. 
Bates Edward B., 27 Hollins 
Bates Franklin L., manuf. hoisting wheels 
and trucks for warehouses, over 1, 3 and 5 
President, dw 378 e Baltimore 
Bates George W., supt. U. S. Mechanic3 

camp, 79 McHenry 
Bates G. W., 16 s Chester 
Bates Dr. J. W. P., 45 Conway, dw 103 

Hanover 
Bales James, coach painter, 501 w Lombard 
BATES JAS., Sr., iron founder and hoisting 
wheel manuf. ]. 3 and 5 President, dw 8 
s Broadway. — [See p. 3 ■'}dvertisements.] 
Bates John A., disiilier, 670 w Fayette 
Balham Kugene, blacksmith, 562 w Lombard 
Bathschatis Klbert. slioemaker, 9 Barnes 
Bathurst John G., 27 Franklin 
Batram Wm., porter, 124 Orleans 
Batschafold Robert, cigar maker, 231 Alice- 
anna 
Batson Mrs. S. A., 160 Pearl 
Batt Louis, locksmith, 14 Fountain 
Battee John 0., canvasser, 421 w Payette 
Battee John, police, 485 e Baltimore 
Battee Richard Ridgely, attorney at law, 24 

St. Paul, dw 165 Hanover • 
Baitees Mrs. An.., Castle bet. Baltimore and 

Lombard 
Batten Samuel, (Horsey, Millar & Co.) Hol- 
lins e of Mount 
Batten Wm., whi'clwright, 292 Aliceanna 
Baltin Harmon, manuf. trimmings, 5 n Exeter 
Batton Alfred J., shoemaker, 54 n Poppleton 
Battenfield Anna, grocery, 351 Canton av 
Batteiifield Diiiiel, tailor, 94 I^ea.lenhall 
Battenhouse Herman, 126 St. Peter 
Battleman Michael, 202 s Chapel 
Batory Ignatius, beker, 21 s Calhoun 
Batzer (Jharles, barkeeper, s e cor Eager and 

Central av 
Baizer George, tailor. 214 e Eaijer 
Batzer John G., tailor. 225 e Eager 
Batzer Joseph, tailor, 249 e Eager 
Batzler John F , China oil cloth and matting, 

431 w Baltimore 
Batzold John, l)utctipr, 25 Abbot 
Bau Henry, tailor, 105 s Regester 
Bauch John, laborer, 24 Fountain 
Bauch Joseph, tailor, 13 Somerset 
Biiuchardt Fredeiick, barkeeper, 70 n Eutaw 
Bauchardt Wm., umbrella maker, 75 n Eutaw, 
and hat and cap manufacturer, 45 n Eutaw, 
dw 75 n Eiitaw 
BALENSCHMIDT GEORGE, lager beer 

brewer, Belair av near Ciiester 
Bauer Adam, cooper, 19 s Durham 
Bauer Andrew, shoi-maker, 22 George al 
Bauer C, actor. 284 w Pratt 
Bauer Casper, shoi-maker, 175 s Eden 
Bauer Christopher, tailor, 15 Elisor 
Bauer Charles, tavern, 77 n Gay 
Bauer Francis, cooper, 1.50 s Spring 
Bauer Frantz, carjienter, 23 Josephine 
Bauer Frederick, carpenter, 42 Portland 
Bauer George, cal^intt maker, 342 s Sharp 
Bauer George L., tailor, 259 n Gay 
Bauer John, painter, 29 Eastern av 
Bauer John, 116 Raborg 
Baoer John A., wireworker, 58 Chatsworth 
Bauer John, shoemaker, 87 Ensor 



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Bauer John, laborer, 168 s Bethel 

Bauer Joseph, grocery, 15 .TcfTerson 

Bauer MiiUhew, laborer, 95 Washington, F. H. 

Bauer Wm. H., telegraph operator, 432 w 

Fayette 
Bauerfind Henry, laborer, 13 s Durhan\ 
Bauerlein Mrs. Barbara, milk, 1 St. Peter 
Bauermfeind John, saloon, 94 s Wolfe 
Bauernfeld C, lager beer saloon, 11 Elliott 
Bauersfcld Frederick, laser beer, 75 Park 
BAUERSCHxMIDT JOHN, brewer, 281 w 

Pratt 
Bauerschmidt John, brewer, 67 Dover 
Baugh Philip, tailor, 239 e Eager 
Baugher F. VV , clerk, 105 n Charles 
Baugher Josiah L., (Baugher & Myers) 7 n 

Exeter 
Baugher J. C, (P. Tiernan & Son) 167 n 

Charles 
BAUGHER & MYERS (J. L. Baugher, P. 

B. Myers) produce commission merchants, 

122 North 
Baughman Anthony, wagoner, 69 Dover 
Baughman Ann, 79 Grundy 
Baughman Charles W. G., shoemaker, 6 

HoflFman 
Baughman Charlotte, Mount Royal Hill near 

reservoir 
Baughman Daniel, carpenter, 119 Hollins 
Baughman Francis W., stone cut., 79 Grundy 
Baughman George, salesman, 434 w Fayette 
Baughman Joseph K., painter, 46 n Schroeder 
Baughman Mrs. Margaret, 13 s Liberty 
Baughman Samuel W., painter, 6 Hoffman 
Bauhaus Win., grocery 123 L. Greene 
Baum Charles, shoemaker, 234 Light 
Baum Ellen, dry goods, 81 Pearl 
Baum Eliza, 81 Pearl 
Baum Elizabeth, 218 Saratoga 
Baum John, stove jobber, 59 Gough 
Baum John, cooper, 213 Eastern av 
Baum Koshman, butcher, 225 s Wolfe 
Baum Michael, shoemaker, 113 s Dallas 
Baum Valentine, shoemaker, 104 n Howard 
Bauman August, tinner, 580 w Baltimore 
Bauman Mrs. L., grocery, 157 Ensor 
Bauman Wm., shoemaker 131 s Fremont 
Bauman Zachariah, shoemaker, 43 Tessier 
Baumann John, 156 n Dallas 
Baumanu Philip, lager beer saloon, 43 n Fred- 
erick 
Baumbach John, plasterer, 2 Baker 
Eaumeister Frederick, mariner, 20 Fell 
Baumeister Wm., grocery and shoe findings, 

218 Aliceanna 
Baumgarten Adolphus, photographer, 45 e 

Fayette 
Baumgarten Charles, soldier, 86 Bank 
Baumgarten Joseph, tailor, 43 Brown 
Baumgarten Rachel, provisions 45 e Fayette 
Baumgarten Selig, engraver, 45 e Fayette 
Baumgarten Wm., engraver, 45 e Fayette 
BAUMGARTNER ANDREW, proprietor 

Webster Hall, 45 Albemarle 
Baumgarlner Mrs. Elizabeth, 85 Druid Hill av 
Baumgartner John, shoemkr, 219 n Central av 
Baumhaner Edw. cabinet maker, 9 Baker's ct 
Baummer Siegman, cooper, 89 s Regester 
Baumuller John, shoemaker, 107 West 
Baumshla Henry, tailor, 284 s Charles 
Baun Thomas, laborer, 97 Pierce 
Baur Mary, 47 s Wolfe 
Baurle George, shoemaker, 158 Columbia 



Bausch , pocket book maker, 125 Franklin 

Bauseher Valentine, tailor, 185 n Eden 
Bausliaur Elizabeth, 227 s Durham 
Bausman Rev J. P , 304 w Fayette 
Bausmiih Amelia, 86 n Broadway 
Bau.xbaum Mrs. Hannah, 283 Lexington 
Baverslock Richard S., soldier, Hull near 

Fnrt av 
Bawden John H., clerk, 62 s Bond 
Bawden John, clerk, 72 s Caroline 
Bawer Matthias, 136 n Eden 
Haxley Mrs. Eliza, hucksieress, 165Chesnut 
Baxh-y Dr. Henry W., 185 w Fayette 
BAXLEY J BROWN, pharmaceutist, s e cor 

Howard and Franklin 
Baxley James, blacksmith, 25 Chew 
Baxley Sarah, 93 McElderry 
Baxley Wm. H., tinner, 125 Hollins 
Baxter Elijah T. farmer, 159 e Monument 
Baxter Mrs. Emily A., 300 e Lombard 
Baxter Henry, blacksmith, Jackson, Home- 
stead 
Baxter & Johnson, (J. T. Baxter, G. S. 
Johnson) mineral water saloon, 99 w Bal- 
timore 
Baxter Joseph T., (Baxter & Johnson) 159 

w Monument 
Baxter Martha, 216 Madison av 
Baxter Mrs. Rachel L., confec'r, 100 Scott 
Baxter Thomas, boiler maker, 100 Scott 
Baxter Wm., coo[)(m-, 218 e Madison 
Baxter Wm., stone cutter, 230 Preston 
Bay Jane A, 79 Garden 
Bay John W. clerk, 357 e B.iUimore 
Bay Oliver, carpenter, 211 Franklin 
Bayard George, mariner, 20 Walker 
Bayer Atidrew, tailor, 36 e Baltimore 
BAYER GEORGE, tailor, 447 w Baltimore 
Bayer Geeorge C, confectioner, 166 Barre 
Bayer Catherine, 69 s Regester 
Bayer Peter, comb maker, 151 Stirling 
Bayfield S( Gregg, (James H. Bayfield, An- 
drew A. Gregg) tanners, s e cor Holliday 
and Centre 
Bayfield James H., (Bayfield & Gregg) 155 n 

Charles 
Bayfield James, 153 n Paca 
Bayles Bernard, 25 Conway 
Bayles Bernard, clerk, 25 Conway ' 

Bayless John T., carpenter, 5 Webster al 
Bayless Thomas, gardener, 5 Webster al 
Bayless Wm., wagoner, 5 Webster al 
Bayless Wm. J., agent Globe Mutual Life 

Insurance Co., 36 Second, dw 85 n Eutaw 
Bayley Charles, grocer, 22 n High 
Bayley D., foreman, 61 n Paca 
Bayley Daniel K., sugar refiner, 61 s Paca 
Baylev Hamilton J., (Hax & Bayley) 127 w 

Biddle 
Bayley Mrs. Mary A., Druid Hill av near 

Park 
Bayley R. P. & Co., (R. P. Bayley) glass 

and queensware, 6 Hanover 
Bayley R. P., (R. P. Bayley & Co.) 633 w 

Lombard 
Bayley Wm., carpenter, 24 n High 
Bayley Mrs. Wm., Druid Hill av near park 

entrance 
Baylies Charles F. & Bio., (C. F. and E. Bay- 
lies) grocers, n e cor. Eden and Jefferson, 
dw C. F. B. 55 Jefferson 
Baylies Edward, (C. F. Baylies & Bro.) 20 s 
Exeter 



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Baylies Georg;e H , clerk, 135 n Eden 
BAYLIKS JAMES L , storage warehouse, 22 

Spear's wharf, dw 538 w Fayette 
Baylies John H., (C. W. Humrichhouse & 

Co.) 20 s Exeter 
Baylies Mrs. Susan, 20 s E.Keter 
Baylis George H., laborer, 400 w Lombard 
Baylis James R., machinist, 400 w Lombard 
Baylis Mrs. Rachel, 253 Columbia 
Baylis Reuben, clerk, 253 Columbia 
Bayly Hamilton J., sheet contractor, 127 w 

Biddle 
Bayly Mrs. James P., 173 w Fayette 
Bayly James F., clerk, 177 n High 
Bayly Jiihn H , carpenter, 3 Ogston 
Bayly John H. president Board Fire Com- 
missioners, 20 s Exeter 
Bayly Wm., 177 n High 
Bayn James Francis, rigger, 249 Gough 
Bayn Owen, driver, 66 Perry 
Baynard Mrs. Eliza, 7 Cathedral 
Baynard Dr. George, 7 Cathedral 
Baynard James N. R,, can maker, 21 Barre 
Bayne Benj. C, pilot, 264 e Lombard 
Bayne & Co. (L. P. Bayne, J. Honeywell, 

W. T. Hough) bankers, 208 w Baltimore 
Bayne Emily R , dressmaker, 94 n Howard 
Bayne Lawrence P., (Bayne & Co.) 572 w 

Fayette 
Bayne VVm., 245 w Lombard 
Bayncs George B., assistant assessor 3d dist. 

598 w Fayette 
BAYNES JAMES & SON, (James and John 

Baynes) wool factory, HoUingsworth near 

Lombard 
Baynes James, (J. Baynes & Son) 598 w 

Fayette 
Baynes John B., (J. Baynes & Son) 598 w 

Fayette 
Baynes John, hay pressor, 207 e Madison 
Baynes Joseph P., straw dealer, cor. Monu- 
ment and Eden 
Baynes Joseph P., hay presser, 2)7 e Madison 
BAYNKS THOMAS, bone dust manufact'r, 

Harris' Creek and Eastern av, dw corner 

Pratt and Choptank 
Baynes Wm. W. clerk, n w cor. Choptank & 

Pratt 
Ba^zand Wm. H. real estate broker, St. Paul, 

Law buildings, dw 106 Aisquith 
Bazzigalouppi Dominic, confectionery, 20 

Camden 
Beach C. B. clerk, 72 Lexington 
Beach John, tailor, 63 Aliceanna 
Beach Mrs. Mary, 492 Franklin 
Beach Thomas J. editor Sun, 492 Franklin 
Beach Wickliffe, se cor. Saratoga & St. Paul 
Beach Wm. J. photograph gallery, over 9 & 

11 w Baltimore, dw 492 Franklin 
BEACHAM BROS. (J. S. Beacham, S. T. 

Beacham, L. Beacham,) marine railway 

and ship yard, Covington, foot of Warren 
Beacham George, engineer, Clinton, n of 

Boston 
BEACHAM JAMES R. & BRO., (J. R. 

Beacham, J. A. Beacham,) piano ware- 
rooms, 184 w Baltimore, up stairs 
Beacham James A. (Jas. R. Beacham & Bro.) 

140 s Broadway 
Beacham John S. (Beacham Bros.) 177s 

Charles 
Beacham John S. jr. bookeeper Bank of 

Commerce, 177 s Charles 



Beacham John, shoemaker, 94 Franklin 

Beacham James R. (Jas. R. Beacham & Bro.) 
15 Hollins 

Beacham Lenox, (Beacham Bros.) 58 Lee 

Beacham Levin, soldier, 31 Hill 

Beacham Samuel T. (Beacham Bros.) Bal- 
timore county 

Beacham Wm. G. clerk, 82 s Bond 

Beachamp Charles E. clerk B. & O. R. R., 
44 Warren 

Beachamp John, wood dealer, cor Hughes 
Quay and William-st dock, dw 44 Warren 

Beachamp Wm. A. clerk, 44 Warren 

Beair Henry, painter, 128 n Fremont 

P.eal A. L. clerk, 291 e Pratt 

Beal John, laborer, 6 Uhlers al 

Beale Henry, baker, 252 s Sharp 

Beale Mrs . Sarah D. trimmings, 270 n Gay 

Beale Solon, teacher, 270 n Gay 

Beale Wm. E. carpenter & builder, 93 n Bond 

Bealer Henry, 97 e Fayette 

Beall Alfred J. machinist, 180 McHenry 

Beall Mrs. BenJ. L 53 McCulloh 

Beall Jas. A. mach't, Calhoun, s of Ramsay 

Beall Dr. Francis W. 67 Gough 

Bealmear Mrs. Ann G. 20 s Calhoun 

Bealmear Catharine B. 231 n Eden 

Bealmear J. Francis, (Armstrong, Cator & 
Co.) 48 Calhoun 

Bealmear James, tailor, 20 s Calhoun 

Bealmear James, tailor, 20 s Calhoun 

Bealmear James A. (Butler & Bealmear,) 20 s 
Calhoun 

Bealmear Thos. (Harvey & Co.) 88 Columbia 

Beals John, laborer, 429 Canton av 

Beam George F. (Orendorf k Beam,) 258 n 
Howard 

Bealmear James, salesman, 20 s Calhoun 

Beam John, tailor, 4 Fountain 

Beam Joseph, miller, Calverton road near 
Almshouse 

Beam John, laborer, 60 Esssx 

Beam L. H. miller, 101 Cathedral 

Beaman Wm. A. clerk, 394 Franklin 

Beaman William, broom maker, cor. Frank- 
lin and Eutaw, dw 1 n Pine 

Bean Andrew, laborer, 97 Fremont 

Bean Mrs C. T. A. 124 Saratoga 

Bean Christiana, 149 s Ann 

Bean John, laborer, 265 s Ann 

Bean John, cooper, 248 s Sharp 

Bean John H. pilot, 171 Bank 

Bean Joseph H. mate, 64 s Caroline 

Bean Robert M. commission merchant, 130 

Dugan's wharf, dw 71 s Ann 
Bean Thomas C. pilot, 219 Bank 
Beans Elias, engineer, 437 w Lombard 
Bear John H. grocery, 614 Light 
Bear Mary, 116 Low 
Beard Mrs. B. A. milliner, 122 Saratoga 
Beard Eliza A. 439 n Gay 
Beard Elizabeth, 134 Hanover 
Beard Emma, tailoress, 190 n Caroline 
Beard George W. tinner, 190 n Caroline 
Beard George W., Lf. S. N'., 695 w Fayette 
Beard Henry C. 134 Hanover 
Beard James, huckster, 56 Pennsylvania av 
Beard Capt. John jr., harbor master, 60 Lee 
Beard Joseph, 19 n Front 
Beard Joseph, coachman, 21 e Monument 
Beard Maria, boarding house, 57 Columbia 
Beard Ophelia, 125 Division 
Beard Robert, machinist, 263 s Charles 



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Beard Capt. Thomas, 122 Saratoga 
Beard Capt. Timothy D. 83 s Ann 
Beard Wm. W. paper hanger, 439 n Gay 
Beardsley Joseph, clerk, 121 w Baltimore 
Bearings Wm. machinist, 255 Hamburg 
Bearry Margaret A. seamstress, 581 Penna av ' 
Beastell Margaret, 95 Raborg 
Beastell Wm. H clerk, 95 Raborg 
Beatley Capt. Nathaniel, mariner, 337 Eas- 
tern av 
Beatley Isaiah, laborer, 200 Castle 
Beaton Michael, ship carpenter, 91 Patuxent 
Beatson George H. clerk, Custom House, 44 

n Poppleton 
Beatson George H. clerk to naval officer, 44 n 

Poppleton 
Beatson John, teller, National Exchange 

Bank, dw 210 w Lombard 
Beatty Charles E. clerk, 132 n Gay 
BEATTY CHARLES W. agent Bellona 
Gunpowder Co., 153 w Pratt, dw Baltimore 
Co. ni'ar Catonsville 
Beatty Mrs. Catharine, 484 w Lombard 
Beatty Mrs. Cornelius E. 34 Eranklin 
Beatty George, 42 Spring row 
Beatty Dr. George D. 34 Franklin 
Beatty George W. conductor, 484 w Lombard 

BEATTY JAMES & CO., (James 
Beatty, George II. Skillman,) Ship 
Biscuit, Ci acker and Cake Bakers, 
92, 94, 96 and 98 Dugan's wharf, 
near Pratt street. 

Beatty James, (James Beatty & Co.,) 38 vv 

Biddle 
Beatty James, fisherman, 267 Hollins 
Beatty John, shoemaker, 21 Fountain 
Beatty John, bricklayer, 14 s Central av 
Beatty Joseph, baker, 135 s High 
Beatty Michael, laborer, 159 e Pratt 
Beatty Wm. blacksmith, IG Harre, dw 27 Lee 
Beatty Wm. G. conductor, 172 c Baltimore 
Beatty Wm. R. moulder, 39 Scott 
Beauchamp Robert S. merchant tailor, 189 w 

Pratt 
Beaufort Sarah J. 55 Walsh 
Beaumont Thomas, miller, Frederick road, w 

of tollgate 
Beausmith Thomas, moulder, 239 n Caroline 
Beaver James W. mariner, 233 n Caroline 
Beavers George, car inspector N. C. R. R., 

Mound near Cathedral 
Bebee John, brickmaker, 121 n Calvert 
Bebie Henry, artist, 87 s Sharp 
Bechel Henry, wheelwright, 1 Tessier 
Becher Wm huckster, 171 Columbia 
Bechler Sigmund, lager beer saloon, 25 n 

Frederick 
Bechman Nicholas, painter, 57 s Durham 
Bechner George, sawyer, 219 Chesnut 
BECHTELJoHN W. plumber and stove 

dealer, 93 n Eutaw, dw 90 Druid Hill av 
Bechtol Charles, shoemaker, 28 Shakspeare 
Bechtold Henry, shoemaker, 64 Orleans 
Beck Adam, wagoner, 41 Preston 
Beck Adam, tailor, 51 s Durham 
Beck August, (Theodore Vockey & Co.,) 

Calverton road 
Beck Charles R. clerk, 163 Mulberry 
Beck Conrad, shoemaker, 70 Fremont 
Beck Ernst, foreman tobacco fact'y, 177 Barre 



Beck Frederick, 358 Pennsylvania av 

Beck Frederick, canes and umbrellas, 7 St. 

Paul 
Beck Frederick, shoemaker, 42 Leadenhall 
Beck Frederick, butcher, Cross-st market, 

dw Brown-st. 
Beck Frederick, milk. Fort av between Law- 
rence and Johnson 
BECK GEORGE, beer brewery, 360 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Beck George, cabinet and furniture dealer, 42 

Harrison 
Beck Henry, laborer, 139 s Exeter 
Beck Jacob, tobacconist, s w corner Gay and 

Caroline 
Beck Jacob, porter, 413 w Pratt • 
Beck John, laborer, 64 Jasper 
Beck John, grocery, 325 Canton av 
Beck John, shoemaker, 112 Hamburg 
BECK JOHN, cooper, 22 Lee and 28 Wil- 
liam, and tavern and dw 30 William 
Beck John, butcher, 95 Lexington & ]6 Hol- 
land markets, dw Western Cemetery hi 
Reck John, engineer, 82 Mount 
Beck John, 261 s Broadway 
Beck Ji>hn. butcher, 25 l^exington market, 

dw Garrison la 
Beck Dr. John, 175 Montgomery 
Beck John G. piano maker, 20 New Church 
Beck John, sboi^maker, 6 Fell 
Beck Mary, 139 s Kxeter 
Bi-ck Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 197)^ s 

Broadway 
Beck Mrs., seamstress, 230 s Wolfe 
Beck Mrs. Maria E. furnishing store, 115 n 

Gay 
Beck Michael, laborer. Bethel, between Mc- 

Elderry and Jefferson 
Bi'ck Nicholas, porter, 415 w Pratt 
Beck Philip, whip maker, 55 McElderry 
Beck Philip, sr., glazier, 55 McElderry 
Beck I'osina, 236 s Dallas 
Beck Thomas, Rock Spring lager beer brew- 
ery, Baltimore near Calverton road, dw 29 
Calverton road 
Beck Wm. tinner, 66 Orleans 
Beck Wm. R. wagoner, 430 Lexington 
Beckcl Jacob, 233 s Bond 

Beckenbaugh Geo. bookkeeper, 38 s Eutaw 
Beckenbaugh John M. student, 38 s Eutaw 
Beckcnheimer Mrs. Mena, second hand fur- 
niture, cor Hampstead and Eden 
Becker 4" Bro. (Francis Becker and Christian 

Becker,) merchant tailors, 81 e Lombard 
Becker Charles, cabinetmaker, 381 w Pratt 
Becker Charles, (Becker & Bros.) 151 Barre 
BECKER & BROTHERS, (C. Becker, F. 
Becker & L. Becker,) cigar manufacturers 
and dealers in leaf tobacco, 94 w Lombard 
Becker Christian, tinner, 210 & 212 Cantonal 
Becker Christian, (Becker & Bros.) 81 e Lom- 
bard 
Becker Conrad H. fur'ure room, 255 w Pratt 
Becker Conrad, huckster. 111 Bank 
Becker Conrad, cigar maker, 122 Conway 
Becker Francis, (Becker & Bros.) 81 e Lom- 
bard 
Becker Frederick, (Becker & Bros.) 151 Barre 
Becker Frederick, shoemaker, 167 n Gay 
Becker Frederick, baker, 486 Penna av 
Becker George W. cutter, 108 s Ann 
Becker Henry, clerk, 236 Madison av 
Becker Henry, cigar store, 155 Barre 



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Becker Henry, tavern, 102 n Gay 

Becker Henry, shoemaker, 122 Conway 

Becker Jacob, tailor, 60 Park 

Becker, John D. clerk, 154 n Exeter 

Becker John, cooper, 221 Henrietta 

Becker John, shoemaker, n e cor. Canton av 

and Ann 
Becker J. A. H. 2nd bookkeeper Chesapeake 

Bank, dw 154 n Exeter 
Becker John, shoemaker, 47 Perry 
Becker John, laborer, 300 s Broadway 
Becker Louis, (Becker & Bros.) 151 Barre 
Becker Louis, shoemaker, 42 Tyson 
Becker Mary, 247 Chase 
BECKER NICHOLAS, tavern, nw corner 

Eafstern'av and President 
Becker Sevzerine, tailor, 91 e Lombard 
Becker Rev. Thomas A. 106 n Charles 
Becker Wm. F. grocery, n w cor. Conway 

and Eutaw 
Becker Wm. locksmith, 710 w Baltimore 
Becker Wm. shoemaker, 105 Lee 
Beckley George, carpenter, 117 Low 
Beckley John W. cooper, 226 Hollins 
Beckley Martha, doctress, 162 e Lombard 
Beckley Wm. H. paper hanger, 202 n Gay 
Beckman Charles, wagoner, 104 Mullikin 
Beckman Francis, blacksmith, 92 Mulberry 
Beckman Frederick, gas fitter, 47 Clay 
Beckmeyer Wm. porter, 75 McElderry 
Beckett Albert, machinist, 208 Mulberry 
Beckett George, driver, Adams Express, 50 

Portland 
Beckett Thomas, engineer, 50 Portland 
Beckett Thomas, jr., clerk, 50 Portland 
Becktol Frederick, 10 Shakspeare 
Becktol John, 10 Shakspeare 
Beckwith Franklin, ship carpenter. Fell near 

Thames 
Beckwith George, cooper, 183 Gough 
Beckwith Wm. L. wood inspector, 50 Hill 

Beckwith , laborer. 78 Granby 

Btdeiikopf Henry, clerk, 8 Ensor 
Bedenkopf Martin, baker, 8 Ensor 
BedenkopfWm. morocco dresser, 8 Ensor 
Bedell James A. engineer, 204 s Ann 
Bedell James, engineer, 281 Canton av 
Bedgar Mrs. Christianna, second hand dealer, 

58 Penna. av 
Bedlow Edward, plumber, 74 n High 
BEEBE LUCIUS M. woodenware and cord- 
age dealer, 94 w Lomliard, dw 148 
BEECH MRS. SARAH, milliner, 81 n 

Charles 
Beecher W. W. druggist, 100 Lexington 
Beefelt Edward, cigar maker, 146 Columbia 
Beefelt Wm. H. carpenter, 156 Columbia 
Beehler Charles, shoemaker, 258 s Eutaw 
Beehler Francis, umbrella manufacturer, 235 

w Baltimore, dw 624 Lexington 
Beeler Henry S. clerk R. & 0. R. R. dw 97 e 

Payette 
Beeman James B. clerk commissary depart- 
ment, 49 Lexington 
Beers Lisette, 65 w Fayette 
Beetley Mrs. Ann, 242 Eastern av 
Beets John, millwright, 57 n Poppleton 
Beesley James, laborer, Hull between Mar- 
riot and N'lchlsoii 
Begnall John, shoemaker, 150 n High 
Beetley Joseph F.o tobacconist, 289 Canton av 
Beetley Robert S. house carpenter, 261 e 
Pratt 



Begin Philip, laborer, 243 n Bond 

Behee John, baker, 110 n Fremont 

Behee John, marble polisher, 110 n Fremont 

Behl Michael, tailor, 43 s Wolfe 

Behn Henry, trimmings, 77 n Howard, dw 

268 Lexington 
Behr Nicliol.is, laborer, 158 s Regester 
Behr Wm. (Johnson & Behr,) Eutaw House 
Behrend Aaron (iVl. Behrend, Bro. & Co.) 16 

n Howard 
Behrend Michael (M. Behrend, Bro. & Co.) 

16 n Howard 
BEHREND M. BRO. & CO. (Michael Beh- 
rend, Aaron Behrend, J. Goldsmith) fur- 
nishing goods and notions, 302 w Baltimore 
BliHRENDS C. & SON (Leopold Behrends 
& Cusel Behrends) dry goods, 61 n Howard 
Behrends Cusel (Behrends & Son) 152 Lex- 
ington 
Behrends Leopold (C. Behrends Sf Son) 152 

Lexington 
Behrends M. tailor, 78 s Wolfe 
Behrends Theresa, milliner, 285 n Central av 
Behrens Bernard, cabinet maker, 285 n Cen- 
tral av 
Hehrens Bernard, lithographer,293 n Centralav 
Behrens Conrad, boiler maker. Fort av near 

Lawrence 
Behrens Frederick, coachmaker, 69 L. Church 
Behrens Henry, machinist, Fort av near Law- 
rence 
Behrens Jacob, watchmaker and jeweler, 93 

n Gay 
Behringer Geo. confectioner, 370 w Saratoga 
Beier Belthauser, grocer and liquor dealer, 266 

Aliceanna 
Beier Frederick, harness maker, 35 Brown 
Beiker Frederick, salesman, 266 s Broadway 
Bcil John, artificial flowers, 130 Lexington 
Beil Nicholas, 130 Lexington 
Beimshla Henry, tailor, 284 s Charles 
Bein Charles, watchmaker, 81 Lexington 
Bein Henry, cabinet maker, 137 s Wolfe 
Bein John, tinner, 229 s Ann 
Beir Jacob, laborer, 407 Canton av 
Beiritz Ei'nst, laborer, 369 Penna av 
Beis Christian, cigar maker, 167 s Caroline 
Beisheim N. painter, 77 s Regester 
Beiszwanger Jacob, shoemaker, 49 Forrest 
Beitzcl Daniel, shoemaker, 118 s Howard 
Beitzel Francis, shoemaker and findings, 116 

Henrietta 
Belbin Charles T. shipsmith, 83 Gough 
Belbin Wm. laborer, 135 e Eager 
Belbin Wm. blacksmith, 77 s Bond 
Belden Edwin S. 83 Franklin 
Belden Wm. (Carr, Taylor & Co.) St. James 

Hotel, New York 
Belger Col. James, Madison near city limits 
Belitz Adalbert, bookkeeper, 14 n Liberty 
Belknap Eben, 101 Park 

Bell Abraham, newsman, P. 0. dw 298 c Ma- 
dison 
Bell Alexander,(H. Straus Bro. & Bell) North- 
ern av bet Belair and Harford avs 
Bell Albert, horses, 70 German, dw 12 Penn 
Bell Alfred, butcher, 586 Penna. av 
Bell i/ornelius J. Pine near George 
Bell Edwin (Wasson & Bell,) n e corner 

Saratoga and St Paul 
Bell Kdward, engineer. 111 s Poppleton 
Bell Edward H. wheelwright, 92 Granby 
Bell Fanny, 275 Hanover 



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Bell Geo. tin and sheet iron worker and stove 

dealer, 248 Hollins 
Bell George, hostler, 207 Hamburg 
Bell Geo. W. soldier, 521 Saratoga 
Bell Geo. W.jr. tin uiid sheet iron worker, 786 

w Baltimore 
Bell George W. C. real estate broker, 47 St. 

Paul, dw 202 Franklin 
Bell Henry, finisher, 807 w Pratt 
Bell Htniy C. tinner, 7.55 w Baltimore 
Bell Heni»y C. clerk, 58 n Rejiublican 
Bell Henry, apothecary, H3 w Fayette 
Bell Isaac, 2 Scott 
Bell James, wheelwi iglit, Monroe s of Fred- 

(!rick av 
Bell James, paper stainer, 130 Pine 
Bell James B. accouuiant, 600 w Lombard 
Bell James R. merchandise broker, 4 Com- 
merce, dw n w cor Carey and Lombard 
Bell James I. paper stainer, 130 n Pine 
Bell James, bookkeeper malthoiise,s w cor 

North and Saratoga 
Bell James H. clerk, 55 Josephine 
Bell John, grocery, 162 Franklin 
Bell John SX 114 s Paca 
Bell John A. clerk, 20 n Ann 
Bell John, 114 s Paca 
Bell John, breaksman, 438 w Lombard 
Bell John E. soldier, 500 w Pratt 
Bell John C. machinist, 6 n High 
Bell John, stone cutter, 243 Forrest 
Bell John, baker, 41 President 
Bell John T. blacksmith, 190 Hollins 
Bell John, blacksmith, 5 Grundy 
Bell John C. manufacturer of water wheels, 8 

Ijovely lane, dw 6 n High 
Bell John E. 107 s Poppleton 
Bell John H. flour and feed, 515 w Baltimore 
Bell John W. millwright, 123 w Biddle 
Bell Kasira, laborer, Clinton opp Chesapeake 

Furnace 
Bell Mrs. Jemima, 107 s Poppleton 
Bell Margaret, seamstress, 29 n Fremont 
Bell Maria S. dressmaker, 194 s Charles 
Bell i\elson H. clerk, 16 'Townsend 
Bell Nich. foreman gristmill, 256 e Baltimore 
Bell Samuel, butcher, 44 Orleans 
Bell Seneca P. iron moulder, 4 McHenry 
Bell Thaddeus, machinist, 42 Grundy 
Bi'll Thomas, stone cutter, 63 Harford av. 
Bell Thomas, blacksmith, J34 Boyd 
Bell Thomas, cigar maker, 84 n Paca 
Bell Thomazin Y tailoress, 93 Hillen 
Bell Waller, gunsmith, 336 e Eager 
Bell Wm. stone cutter, 55 Josephine 
Bell Wm. H. porter, 145 Dover 
Bell Wm. E. C. teacher, 133 Hanover 
Bell Wm. McK. stone cutter, 55 Josephine 
Bell Wm. C. teacher Business College 
Bell Wm. carter, 31 Barnes 
Bell Wm. D. carpenter, 47 Central av 
Bell Wm. W. cigar maker, 227 e Lombard 
Beller John, tailor, 135 Hamburg 
Bellis John, mate, 142 s liegester 
Bellman Catherine, 429 Canton av 
Bellman Emanuel, tailor, 22 Sarah Ann 
Bellman Elizabeth, confectionery, 118 n Front 
Bellman Frederick, mariner, 435 Canton av 
Bellman Thomas, clerk, 88 Columbia 
Bellowes Benj. laborer, 94 Grundy 
Belschner John, tavern, 7 Green's ct 
Belt Eliaha, blacksmith, 32 n Poppleton 
Belt Eugene N. clerk, 104 McCulloh 



Belt Francis, potter, 61 Booth 

Belt Hickman, carpenter, over 48 Holliday,dw 

189 e Monument 
Belt Jciseph, drover, 61 Booth 
Belt Mrs. Louisa, 104 McCulloh 
Belt S. Sprigg, (Trueman Belt & Sons,) 128 

w Madison 
Belt Thomas H. 143 Hoffman 
Belt Thomas W. clerk N. C. R. R., 104 

McCulloh 
Belt Trueman, sr. (Trueman Belt & Sons,) 

137 n Calvert 
Belt Trueman, jr. (Trueman Belt& Sons,) 137 

n Calvert 
Belt Humphrey, blacksmith, 387 Franklin 
Beltz Barbara, boarding. 14 New Church 
Beltz {'asper, laborer, 4 Bouldin al 
Beltz Harman, shoemaker, 210 s Bond 
Beltz Mary, washerwoman, r(;ar 214 Canton 

alley 
Belz John L. baker, 303 n Central av 
Benhury James H 260 w Lombard 
BENDANN BROTHKRS, (Daniel & David 
Bendaini,) gallery of photography, 207 w 
Baltimore 
Bendann Daniel (Bendann Bros.) 2 n Carey 
Bendann David (Bendann Bros.) 2 n Carey 
Bendann Fabish, 2 n Carey 
BtMider Christian, baker, 10 Union 
Bender K.liza, tailoress, 20 Laurel 
Bender Frederick, locksmith, 46 Raborg 
Bender Frederick, tailor, 42 Holliday 
Bender Frederick, carter, 143 s Bethel 
Bender Henry, tailor, 133 Orleans 
Bender Henry, bar tendi*r, 283 s Sharp 
Bender Joseph, tailor, 68 I'reston 
Bender Joseph, harness maker, 45 Henrietta 
Bender Lucas, paper carrier, 245 Lemmon 
Bender Samuel, carpenter, 28St. Mary 
Bender Wm. stone cnttir.44s Exeter 
Bendewald Charles, gilder, 211 w Fayette 
Bendewald Louis, dyer, 211 w Fayette 
Bendet Goetz, cigar maker, 26 e Lombard 
Bendorff August, tobacconist, n e cor Caroline 

and Canton av 
Bendheim Levi, clerk, 221'^ w Pratt 
Benedict George H. safety match dealer, 1 n 

Gay 
Benedicts. S., Treasury Dep't, Washington, 

D. C, dw Eutaw House 
Beiiedi.K Joseph, dry goods dealer, s e corner 

Eden and Jefferson 
Benge Frederick, tailor, 6 Laurel 
Benesch Isaac, furniture dealer, 313 n Gay 
Benhardt Henry, shoemaker, 197 Canton av 
Benhoff Frederick, coal burner, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Beninger George, cooper, 217 Hamburg 
Henjamin George, moulder, 222 e Fayette 
Benjamin Jeremiah, shoemaker, 176 East 
Benjamin Jeremiah, laborer, 29 Low 
Benjamin Jacob, 30 Holliday 
Benjamin Samuel, 110 n Caroline 
Benjes Henry, baker, 205 s Howard 
Benke Herman, tailor, 50 n Central av 
Henkert Valentine, shoemaker, 85 n Gay 
Beinlein John, laborer, 18 Elizabeth la 
Benlein Adam, laborer, 430 Canton av 
Benlein Joseph, laborer, 25 Hi-own 
Benmyer John, driver, 265 Aisquith 
Bennard R. bricklayer, 136 n Fremont 
Benner Adam, butcher, corner Chappell and 
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Benner Charles, laborer, 155 Burgundy al 
Bcnner Ferdinand, mariner, 43 s Ann 
Benner Geo. L. marl)le cutter, 31 Jefferson 
Benner Goo. shipsmitli, 251 West 
Benner Hi iiry, shoemoker, over 365 s Sharp 
Benner John, 5 Winderiing row 
Benner Mary A. boarding, 31 Jefferson 
BENNER OTTO, proprietor of Washington 

Gardens, s wcorPennaav and Greenwiliow 
Benner Samuel, machinist, 192 Montgomery 
Benner T. S. & Co. (T. S. Benner and Wm. 

H. Benner,) stock an.l bill brokers, 6 Frank- 
lin Building, North 
Benner Thomas S. (T. S. Benner & Co.) 147 

Aisquith 
Benner Wm. H. (T. S. Benner & Co.) 147 

Aisquith 
Bennet George, bricklayer, Aisquith between 

Holland and Orleans 
Bennet Harriet, 305 e Baltimore 
Bennet John 1. grocer, 263 s Broadway 
Bennet John, carpenter, Ills Spring 
Bennet Matthew, clerk, 305 e Baltimore 
Bennet Wm. J. 305 e Baltimore 
Bennett. Alfred, s w cor Green and Saratoga 
Bennett Alfred, clerk, 74 n Green 
Bennett Andrew, laborer, 61 Johnson 
Bennett Ann E. 238 n Eutaw 
BEN N ETT B EN J . F. carpenter and builder, 

44 s Howard, dw 130 s Sharp 
BENNETT BROTHERS, (G. R. Bennett, 

L. Emory Bennett and Thomas S. Bennett) 

coal and wood dealers, 169 n Howard 
Bennett D. Curtis, 95 e Madison 
Bennett Dan. H. carpenter, 9 Cambridge 
Bennett David, boiler maker, 213 e Pratt 
BENNETT EDWIN, manufacturer of cane 

and Rockingham ware, corner Canton and 

Central avs 
Bennett Enoch, notion house, 326 w Baltimore, 

dw 80 n Paca 
Bennett Kliza, .3.30 Aisquith 
Bennett Edw. wood dealer and grocer, County 

wharf, dw 251 e Pratt 
BENNETT F. W. & CO. /F. W. Bennett) 

auctioneers and commission merchants, 28 

and 30 s Charles 
Bennett Francis W. (F. W. Bennett & Co.) 

30 Mulberry 
Bennett G. R. (Bennett Bros.) 329 n Eutaw 
Bennett Geo. W. pilot, Caroline near Biddle 
Bennett Geo. mariner, 351 s Bond 
Bennett George W . shoemaker, 157 e Monu- 
ment 
Bennett G. (Bennett Bros.) 169 n Howard 
Bennett Geo. I. cai-penter, 280 e Lombard 
Bennett Henry, tobacconist, 312 Hamburg 
Bennett Henry R. mariner, 537 Canton av 
Bennett James, grocer, s e cor Howard and 

Lee 
Bennett James, laborer, 126 F^ee 
Bennett John, laborer, 103 Preston 
Bennett John, carpenter, 91 Lancaster 
Bennett John W. bricklayer, Dover west of 

Fulton 
Bennett John, puddler, 18 Burke 
Bennett John E. mariner, 150 Hughes 
Bennett John, grocer, 218 Lexii'gton 
Bennett John, green grocer, 195 s Wolfe 
Bennett John, carpenter, 45 Fountain 
Bennett John, foundryman, 69 Washington, 

F. H 
BennettJoshua, machinist, 8.5 York 



Bennett L. S. mariner, 10 Lee 
Bennett L. E. fBennett Bros.) 329 n Eutaw 
Bennett Mrs. Sarah, 187 Druid Hill av 
Bennett Mrs. Ellen, grocery, 126 Lee 
Bennett Martha A. 73 s Chapel 
Bennett Mrs. Harriet A. 46 s Schroeder 
Bennett Mrs. Elizabeth, 317 w Lombard 
Bennett Mrs. Elizabeth, 61 Johnson 
Bennett Patrick H. 235 Saratoga 
Bennett Patrick, huckster, 8 LMcElderry 
Bennett Philip A. clerk, 25 s Sharp 
Bennett Robert, huckster, 321 Eastern av 
Bennett Robert, wagon master U. S. A. 84 s 

Republican 
Bennett Rufus, carpenter, 143 Druid Hill av 
Bennett Samuel E. 37 Fawn 
Bennett Sylvanius, wheelwright, 30 n Amity 
Bennett Thomas S. (Bennett Brothers) 123 e 

Monument 
Bennett Wm. H. machinist, McHenry w of 

Fulton 
Bennett Wm. puddler, 20 Burke, Canton 
Bennett Wm. T.(Hunt & Co.) 317 w Lombard 
Bennett William, carpenter, 9 Cambridge 
Bennett W. H. clerk, 220 e Baltimore 
Benney John, shoemaker. Bethel nr Jefferson 
Benney Wm. 0. shoemaker, 201 e Baltimore 
Bennezet Thomas K. soldier, 62 n Front 
Bennezet Mary, nurse, 62 n Front 
Benny David, brush maker, 109 Peach al 
Benny Joseph, brush maker, 109 Peach al 
Bennick Henry, blacksmith, 66 Eislein 
Bennis William, laborer, 134 Dolphin 
Bensel Henry, carpenter, 81 n Schroeder 
Bension Th(^mas, 233 s Wolfe J 

Benson Benjamin S. founder, machinist, and ^ 

water and gas pipe maker, 52 e Monument 
Benson Charlotte, 111 Fine 
Benson Mrs.Catulla, 28 s Sharp 
Benson Fanny J. ] 13 s Exeter 
Benson Francis A. (J. Fussell & Co.) 92 e 

Baltimore 
BENSON DR. GEO. W., 146 Hanover 
Benson Henry, coachmaker, 157 Mulberry 
Benson Isaac, peddler, 182 Hughes 
Benson James, foundryman, 424 Light 
Benson Jesse C. 52 e Monument Jj 

Benson John P. express agent, 5 n Schroeder ^ 
Benson John, carpenter, 283 s Paca 
Benson Joseph E. painter, 150 n Howard 
Benson Mrs. M. H. druggist, 55 Hill 
Benson Dr. Philander V. office and apothecary, 

s e cor Hollins and Oregon 
Benson Randolph S. cork cutter, 113 s Exeter 
Benson Robert F. shoemaker, 15 Gough 
Benson Robert P. clerk P. W. & B. R. R. 

109 s Exeter 
Benson Robert F. clerk, 113 s Exeter 
Benson Thos. clerk, 230 w Fayette 
Benson Capt. Wm. B. mariner, 112 Lee 
Benson Wm. mariner, 166 George 
Benson Wm. P. ship joiner, 54 s Ann 
Benson Wm. painter, 150 n Howard 
BentG. R. agent U. S.Christian Commission, 

Mansion House 
Benteen Chas. S. clerk, 46 Bolton 
Benteen Chas S. dealer in pianos, 10 n Charles, 

and 82 w Fayette, dw 46 Bolton 
Benteen Mrs. Rebecca, 116 Pearl 
Benihall Amelia, 92 s Washington, F. P. 
Benthall Capt. Rob't, mariner, 313 e Baltimore 
Benthall Wm. McR. bookkeeper, 313 e Balti- 
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Eentley Mrs. Amanda, 76 George 
BENTLEV CHARLES W. proprietor Bal- 
timore steam boiler works, 25 s Front, dw 
16 e Fayette 
Bentley John E. cor Harrison and Fayette 
Bentlcy Joseph, machinist, 550 w Lombard 
Bentley Peter, embroidery stamper, 48 e Bal- 
timore 
Bentley Thos. brickmaker, 269s Paca 
Bentley Wm. H.dry goods and stamping, 26 

and 48 e Baltimore, dw 48 
Benton Charles S. brass finish. 464 w Lombard 
Benton Francis, carpenter, 38 L Church 
Benton Mrs. Hester Jane, 464 w Lombard 
Benton John, sailor, 149 s Chapel 
Benton Tho.s. H. engineer, 205 Castle 
Benton Samuel, (Hiss & Benton,) 181 e Mon- 
ument 
Benton William D. laborer tobacco warehouse 

No. 5,dw 144 Scott 
Bentz George, mariner, 282 s Ann 
Bentz Mrs. Louisa, 145 s Spring 
Bentzler August, tailor, 1 Sprmg ct 
Benville Lawrence, lager beer sal'n, 48 Buren 
Benz Casper, baker, 443 w Fayette 
Benz John, baker, 443 w Fayette 
Benzin John S. apothecary, 62 e Fayette 
Benzine Adelaide, 435 Canton av 
Benzinger Frederick F. attorney, 19 Law 

Buildings, dw 9 Barnet 
Benzinger John, engineer, 119 Eastern av 
Benzinger John S. clerk, 62 e Fayette 
Benzinger Dr. Joseph C, Catonsville 
Benzinger Mathias, (Renehan & Kirwin) Bal- 
timore County 
Berans Tiieodore, teamster, 48 s Regester 
Berbig Edward, shoemaker, 2 Warren 
Berg Albert B. bookkeeper, 6 Barnet 
Berg Anne E grocery, 107 Raborg 
Berg Augustus T. bookkeeper, 156 Mulberry 
Berg Francis, shoemaker, 14 Anthony 
Berg Gotleib, baker, 27 s Central av 
Berg Rev. Dr. John JOG e Fayette 
Berg John J. soldier, 107 Raborg 
Berg Ludwig, watchmaker, 34 e Lombard 
BERG 0. H. exchange broker, 16 South, dw 

93 s Sharp 
Berg Philip, boots and shoes, 64 w Pratt, dw 

22 Albemarle 
Bergau Mrs. Mary, 20 Haw 
Berge John, tailor, 188 e Lombard 
Bergen Everhard, shoemaker, 39 Lemnion 
Bergen Michael, clothier, 113 n Howard 
Bergenner Louis, carpenter, 627 w Pratt 
Berger Andrew, harness maker, 57 Richmond 
Berger Angus, nightman, 52 Chatsworth 
Berger Christian, shoemaker, 332 s Charles 
Berger Christian, tailor, 54 n Exeter 
Berger Christian, 39 Bank 
Berger Clement, gardener, 47 n Poppleton 
Berger Conrad, laborer, 437 Lexington 
Berger George, baker, 493 w Lombard 
Berger John, 252 w Baltimore, dw 43 n Front 
Berger John, cooper, 539 Canton av 
Berger Joseph, cabinetmaker, 66 n Schroeder 
Berger Martin, baker, 90 n Front 
Berger Maurice, trunk maker, 402 Saratoga 
Berger Philip, tailor, 25 Somerset 
Berger Philip, U. S. N., 54 n Exetef 
Berger Simon, cabinet maker, 99 Harrison 
Berger Zepherinus J. oils, 47 n Poppleton 
Berghaupt A. laborer, 216 s Sharp 
Bergheimer Henry, clothier, 376 s Charles 



Bergman Harris, s w corner Sharp and Henri- 
etta 
Bergman Henry, shoemaker, 333 Cross 
Bergman Henry, (Wolf & Bergman,) 270 Sar- 
atoga 
Bergman John, shoemaker, 102 n Dallas 
Bergman John A. 333 Cross 
Bergman John,laborer, n e cor Barre & Greene 
Bergman Joseph, horse dealer, 25 s Paca 
Bergman Moses, second hand clothing, 230 s 

Charles 
Bergman Mrs. 268 s Sharp 
Bergman Philip, currier, 52 s Charles 
Bergmann Sam 'I, green grocery ,320 Eastern av 
Bergner Frederick, cabmet maker, 115 Vine 
Bergtold Christopher, tailor, 127 Hamburg 
Berkley Edwin, 233 Hamilton terrace, n Eutaw 
Berkley James, restaurent, 18 Eastern av 
Berkhardt Paul, laborer, 100 s Wolfe 
Berkhart John, cooper, 351 s Bond 
Berk Julius, peddler, 120 n Caroline 
Berker August, tailor, 51 Portland 
Eerkner George, basket maker, 272 s Dallas 
Berksch Jacob, shoemaker, 149 s Bond 
Berlat Christian, tailor, 106 n Eden 
Berlein Conrad, laborer, 510 Light 
Berlieke Christian, cigar maker, 8 Watson ct 
Berlieke Jacob, cabinet maker, 6 Edward 
Berliner Mrs. Rosa, 49 Watson 
Berliner Ravel, shoemaker, 240 s Ann 
Berlin Harman, clothing, 105 e Lombard 
BERNAL FREDERIC, British Consul, office 

6 Exchange building, dw 88 Franklin 
Bernan John, ensjineer, 50 Biiren 
Bernard Wm. fisherman, 159 Cross 
Berndt Charles, tobacconist, 138 Aisquith 
Berneburg George, huckster, 9 Arch 
Berneburg John, huckster, 9 Arch 
Bernei Seligman, clothier, 74 and 76 Centre 

Market Space, dw 129 e Baltimore 
Berneke Anthony , tailor, 337 n Central av 
Berner Gotleib, tanner, 57 Buren 
Berner John, porter, 7 Cowpen al 
Berner Wm. rigger, 273 Aliceanna 
Berney Bernhart, shoe store, 24 w Pratt and 
18 Centre Market Space, dw 18 Centre Mar- 
ket Space 
Berney Phillip, clerk, 18 Centre Market Space 
Berney Sam 'I, clerk, 18 Centre Market Space 
Bernhard Henry, laborer, 312 s Charles 
Bernhard John L. shoemaker, 149 Penna. av 
Bernhard Joseph, 166 s Sharp 
Bernhard Joseph & Co. (J. Bernhard & M. 
Pinkus,) wholesale manufacturers and deal- 
ers in hats and caps, 331 w Baltimore 
Bernhart August, tailor, 19 Butler 
Berntheusel Wm. grocery, 89 e Lombard 
Berrenger John, shoemaker, 169 King 
Berrt'tt John J. clerk, 340 Saratos-a 
BERRY ALBERT W. treasureTr Md. Soap 

Stone Co. 62 n Gilmor 
Berry Mrs. Anna R. 681 Lexington 
Berry Benj. D. brickmaker, 190 Bank 
Berry Benjamin W. agent, 65 Camden 
Berry Benjamin, tea store, Baltimore near 

Tripolet'a al, dw 40 Lexington 
BERRY CHARLES A. ship broker, over 62 

s Gay, dw 197 Druid Hill av 
Berry Charles, machinist, 362 w Lombard 
Berry & Co. (Jasper M. Berry, Wm. W. 
Stinchcomb,) oyster and fruit packers, 94 
n Calvert 
Berry Edward, teamster, 202 s Regester 



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Berry Geo. R. (John S. & George R. Berry,) 
160 s Sharp 

Berry Geo. W. shoemaker, 296 n Gay, dw 
216 Aisqnith 

Berry G. Henry, (Armstrong & Berry,) 110 
German 

Berry James C. salesman, 216 Aisquith 

Berry James W. clerk B. & O. R. R. 245 w 
Pratt 

Berry Jasper M. 47 St. Paul 

Berry Jasper M. (Berry & Co.) 49 St. Paul 

Berry Jesse L. C clerk, 108 Lee 

Berry John, carpenter, 99 Ensor 

Berrv John B. N. & Co. (J. B. N. Berry,) 
commission mprchnnis,79 Smith's whf, dw 
J. B. N. B., 26 MrCiilloh 

Berry John H. office 79 Smith's whf, dw 26 
Mc(Uilloh 

BERRY JOHN S. & GEORGE R. fire brick 
manuf. cor Sharp and Mont2;omcry 

Berry John, shoemaker, 53 King 

Berry John, carpenter, 75 Stirling 

Berry John T. 274 s Broadway 

Berry John S. (J.S.&G. R. Berry,) Balti- 
more Co. 

Berry John T. flour, grain and general com- 
mission merchant, Howard near Lombard, 
dw 294 Lexington 

Berry Joseph, mariner, 259 Light 

Berry Mrs. 170 Raborg 

Berry Michael, laborer, Boston w of Clinton 

Berry N. E tobacco, produce, grain and com. 
merchant, over 63 w Pratt, dw201 w Hoff- 
man 

Berry Richard, carter, 44 n Eden 

Berry Samuel, mariner, 21 Pleasant al 

BERRY THUS. W. attorney at law, 82 w 
Fayette, dw 95 Bolton 

Berry Thomas, saloon, 184 Aliceanna 

Berry Thomas, flour, grain and general com- 
mission merchant, 28 South, dw 294 Lex- 
ington 

Berry Wm. B. 64 n Paca 

Berry Wm. laborer, 9 Chase 

BERRY WALTER W. commission merch. 
4 Light-st. wtif, dw 124 Hanover 

Berry Wm. H. grocer, 65 Camden 

Berryer Conrad, lab., McHenry w of Fulton 

Bersch Christian, cigar box manuf.210s How- 
ard, dw Lanvale near Division 

Bersch Christian, (Elirman «fc Bersch,) cor 
Division and Lanvale 

Bersch Henry, sr. bookkeeper, 90 e Pratt 

Bersch Henry, jr. 90 e Pratt 

Bersick Michael, fancy store, Baltimore bet 
Pearl and Pine 

Bert Charles, cigar maker, 84 n Pine 

Bert Julius, tailor, 3 L. McElderry 

Bert Peter, hatter, 298 w Pratt 

Berthold George, carter, 183 William 

Berthold, John, talor, 173 Lexington 

Bertcrman John C. F. lager beer, 44 e Pratt 

Bertier Isadore, baker, 44 n Exeter 

Bertram Charles F. shoe manufacturer, 214 
w Pratt 

Bertram John, 768 vj Baltimore 

Bertram Wm. shoemaker, 768 w Baltimore 

Bertram Wm. butcher, 102 Centre and 58 Bel- 
air markets, dw Penn. av near toll gate 

Bertran John I. tinner, 297 e Eager 

Beriraiid Prank, chief clerk N. C. R. R. 154 
Mulberry 

Bertrand G. L , N C. R. R. Calvert Station 



Berwanger Abraham, shoc'maker, 92 Low 

Berz Wm. baker, 19 Stirling 

Bi^shert Agnes, fancy store, 231 Canton av 

Bess John, laliorer, '61 e Monument 

Bessee Mrs. Sarah, nurse, 90 Preston 

Bcssel Magdalina, hats and caps. 230 n Gay 

Best Frederick, sailor, 205 s Chester 

Best John, carpenter, 141) s Caroline 

Beste Haman, baker, 46Gough 

Bestor J Rollins, gen. bookkeeper N. C. R. 

166 n High 
Beter Wm. shoemaker, 249 s Broadway 
Bethon George, tailor, 301 n Central av 
Betschlcr John M. shoemaker, 244 s Charles 
Betschler Martin, shoemaker, 244 s Charles 
Bettar Joseph, laborer, 272 s Caroline 
Better Christian, stevedore, 46 s Washington 

F. P. 
Bettermann John, lab., rear 325 n Central av. 
Betton James, moulder, 162 Conway 
Betton T. W. 8 e Baltimore 
Betts Adolph, blacksmith, 237 s Bond 
Betts Alexander P. sailmaker, 133 s Ann 
Betts Charles M. clerk, 248 n Eutaw 
Betz August, moulder, 51s Oregon 
Betz Conrad, laborer, 179 Eastern av 
Betz Christopher, clerk, 7 Pearl 
Betz Andrew, blacksmith, 56 Chatsworth 
Betz Eliza, shirt store, 245 Canton av 
Betz Mrs. Elizabeth, 71 Grindall 
Betz Ei'nest, foundrynian, 278 Lee 
Betz Gustavus, coachmaker, 262 n Central av 
Betz Jacob, carpenter, 191 s Regester 
Betz Jacob, tailor, 229 e Lombard 
Betz John, carpenter, 17 Elliott 
Betz John, laborer, 141 s Kxeter 
Betz John, milkman, 157 Light 
Betz John L. tailor, 261 e Lombard 
Betz John, cabinet maker, 191 s Regester 
Betz John, tailor, 17 Hampsti'ad 
Betzael Wm. laborer, 185 s Chapel 
Betzel Adam, confectionery, s wcor Lombard 

and Eden 
Betzinger teeter, shoemaker, 14 Davis 
Bi'tzold Frederick, laborer, 257 e Lombard 
Boucke Mrs. Elizabeth A. 628 Lexington 
Beumler John H. laborer, 155 Canton av 
Beurrier Jules, 76 Mulberry 
Beurrier Louis, bleacher, 76 Mulberry 
Beutelspacher Mrs. Elizab'h, boarding house, 

190 HoUins 
Bevan Chas. F. (Bevan & Son,) cor Garden 

and Lanvale 
Bevan Charles, clerk, 230 n Howard 
Bevan C. F. clerk, 34 s Sharp 
Bevan David, blacksmith, Clinton s of Boston 
Bevan George, clerk, 100 s Paca 
Bevan George F. clerk Mechanics' Bank, 

Franklin w of Pearl 
Bevan George, clerk, 271 Druid Hill av 
Bevan John, 120 Park 
Bevan Mrs. Mary Eliza, 254 n Howard 
BEVAN, PHILLIPS & CO. (T. W. Bevan, 
B F Phillips & B. Alaitland,) com. mer- 
chants, 26 Bowly's wharf 
Bevan Samuel, (S Bevan & Co.) 120 Park 
BEVAN SAMUEL & CO. (Sam'l Bevan, 
Wm. A. Williar, E. G. Miller, P. A. Sal- 
mon & W. G. Frisby,) import, and job. in 
English, French and German dry goods, 
279 w Baltimore 
BEVAN & SONS, (C. F Bevan & Wm. F. 
Bevan,) marble workers, 140 Saratoga 



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Bevan Tliomus, copper smelter, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Bevan Thos. W. (Bevan, Phillips & Co.) 230 

n Howard 
Bevan Warren, clerk, 120 Park 
Bevan Wm. .T. stom-cutter, 244 n Central av 
Bevan Wni. P. (Bevan & Sons,) 44 Lanvale 
Bevan Wm. smrltcr, Clinton s of Boston 
Bevans & Co. (Jami'S Martin,) 11 s Calveri 
Bevans David, driver, 121 n Paca 
Bevans Henry, polici', 8() e Madison 
Bevans .Toll n C. cleik, 73 n High 
Bevans Mrs. John T. 117 n Paca 
Bevans Reuben A. L. (Martin & Bevans,) 281 

6 Baltimore 
Bevans Robert, oysterman, 146 s Caroline 
Bevans Wm. 121 n Paca 
Bevans Wm. W. painter, 248 s Broadway 
Bever Andrew, wood sawyer, 37 James al 
Beveridge John, saddler, 279 w Pratt 
Beverimgen Louis, butcher, 320 Aliceanna 
Bewig Frederick, shoemaker, 513 Canton av 
Bewig Joseph, baker, .515 Canton av 
Bewley Elizabeth D. )G3 n Paca 
Bexley John, laborer, n w cor Fulton and Mc- 

Henry 
Beyal Madam A. T. 138 St. Paul 
Beyer Catharine K. grocery, 56 e Lombard 
Beyer Ciiristopher, cigar maker, 340 s Sharp 
Beyer Frederick, tailor, 15 n Central av 
Beyer Frederick A. musician, 56 e Lombard 
Beyer John, shoenuiker, 156 s Eden 
Beyer John, tavern, 21 s Washington, F. P. 
Bever Louis, cabinet maker, 180 s Bond 
Beyersdorf Charles, tailor, 5 Wyeth 
Beyler Henry, basket maker, 75 n Gay 
Bezi.'ck John L. salesman, 377 Penn'a av 
Bezeck Mrs. iViargaret, 377 Penn'a av 
Beziat Francis C. tiiiisher, 410 West 
Bezi u Mrs. Joim, tobacco, 656 w Baltimore 
Beziat Joiin M. cigar maker, 656 w Baliimore 
Bezrel Christian, cabinet maker, 273 n Dallas 
Bfetsch John, shoemaker, 291 n Howard 
Bfur August, can maker, 236 Montgomery 
Bheler Charles, drayman, 71 Portland 
Bhiisco Philip, wheelwright, 90 Harrison 
Bialla Moretz, French millinery, 144 Lexing- 
ton 
Biaiis Hatter, 117 Hamburg 
Biays Mrs. Jane C. 26 JMorth 
Bibb Beniley C. (Bibb & Co.) 179 w Hoffman 
Bibb & Co. (B. C. Bibb,) Baltimore stove 
warehouse, 39 Light. [See p. 50 Mvotise- 
ments.] 
Bibelheimer Frank, tinner, 31 Rock 
Bible House, 75 w Fayette 
Bibhihauser John, 18 s Stockton al 
Bice Abraham, watchman, 819 w Baltimore 
Bichel Philip S carpenter, 22 Stirling 
Bichman George, shoemaker, 80 Leadenhall 
Bicliy Hermann, tailor, 8 Tessier 
Bichy Hermann, tailor, 13 n Liberty 
Bichy John, bakery, 174 e Madison 
Bickell Henry, tobacconist, 151 Barre 
Bickell Joseph, laborer, 3 Spruce al 
Bicker Susan, laundress, 55 Tyson 
BICKERTON JOSEPH & CO. (J. Bicker- 
ton,) importers and manuf. of cloaks, man- 
tillas, shawls, &c., 183 w Baltimore, dw 
Decker av near Northern av 
Bickley Samuel, 99 e Pratt 
Bickford & Hoffman, manuf. agricul. imple- 
ments, 59)^ s Charles 



Bidderman John, porter, 136 s Durham 
Biddeson Catharine, 334 Franklin 
Biddeson James A. plasterer, 211 Orleans 
Biddle Edward C. director N. C. R R. 
Biddle Hezekiah, hostler, 42 St. Mary 
Biddle Joseph, fisherman, 4 Gough 
Biddle Richard F iron moulder, 224 Lee 
Biddle Richard, 155 Eastern nv 
Biddle Samuel R. hostler, 186 McHenry 
Biddle Wm. H. moulder, 224 Lee 
Biddliiigmeyer John, coachmaker,323 e Mad- 
ison 
Biddleman Edward, police, 250 n Caroline 
Biddorf Christian, tailor, 9 Constitution 
Biden Edward, huckster, 102 s Carey 
Bitleii George, carjieiiter, 19 s Calhoun 
Bidteman F. 71 Harford av 
Biebl JOs. M. restaurant, 24 Centre Market 

space 
Biefeld Catharine, confectionery, 133 Wel- 
come al 
Bieger Jacob, beer saloon, cor Pratt and Wolfe 
Bieger Mi'-.hael, stevedore, 62 s Charles 
Bielilei Charles, drayman, 71 Portland 
Biel Henry, laljorer, 234 Canton av 
Bielefeld Joseph, lager beer saloon, 248 e Eager 
Bielsiein Henry, piai^o maker, 157 William 
Biemiller John, restaurant, 308 w Pratt 
Biemstaffi-r John, tailor, 299 s Durham 
BIEN & HEISER,restaur't,556 w Baltimore 
Bill) John, restaurant, 492 Penn'a av 
Bien John, butcher, 40 Walsh 
Bieiis John, laborer, 117 Hamburg 
Bieniing Henry, coojier, 251 s Ann 
Bier Andrew, lager beer, 125 McKlderry 
Bii-r Frederick, harness maker, 35 Brown 
Bier Frederick, frame maker, 239 s Howard 
Bierau George, clerk, 331 s ("harl-s 
Bieraw Frederick, cooper, 329 s Sharp 
Bierbowe.r Francis, clerk, 92 Barre 
!5ierl)ower Lemuel, boxmaker, 92 Barre 
Biede Adolpluis, apothecary and chemist, 218 

s Broadway 
Bierman August, laborer, 220 Lexington 
Biesler Franklin, laborer, 46 s Reg(;ster 
Bigelow Edmoiid D. (Bigelow & Sargent,) 25 

s Sharp 
BIGELOW & SARGENT (E. D. Bigelow 
and R. G. Sargent,) commission merchants 
and ship brokers, 97 Smith's wharf 
Bigerton Hester, saleswoman, 116Aisquith 
Biemiller Henry, (Biemiller& Preisz,) 1 Dover 
Biemiller & Preisz (H. Biemiller & J. Preisz,) 

flour and feed store. 28232 w Pratt 
Bierby James, shoemaker, Fulton n of Mc- 
Henry 
BIGGAR JOHN & CO. (J. Biggar and C. 
Darrell,) importers of wines and liquors, 2 
Exchange Place 
Biggar John, (J Biggar & Co.) Baltimore Co 
Biggins Wm. H. bootmaker, 182 n Gay 
Biggers Alfred L. collector, 267 n Eutaw 
Biggs John A. butcher, 179 e Fayette 
liiggs Joseph, watchman, 90 n Eden 
Biggs Zachariah, blacksmith, 53 s Poppleton 
Bigham & Bradford (M. Bigham & G. W. 
Bradford,) com. merchants, flour, &c., n 
w cor Franklin and Eutaw 
Bigham Henry, wagoner, 87 McHenry 
Bigham John L. clerk, 339 w Fayette 
Bigham Mrs. Maria, Grundy near Townsend 
Bigham Marshall, (Bigham & Bradford,) 
Grundy w of Town.send 



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Rigliam Wni. police, 24 Warner 
BIGLEY, HOOK & CO. (Nicholas Bigley, 
John Hook and .Tohn Zeigler,) produce corn, 
merchants, 77 Exchange Place 
Bigley Nicholas, (Bigley", Hook & Co.) Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Billin Wm. G. watches and jewelry, cor Grant 

and Baltimore, dw Rarn urn's Hotel 
Billings Dorothea, 259 s Bond 
Billings Edwin E. porter, 114 Burgundy al 
Billings John, potter, 21 n Caroline 
Billingsley Thomas, clerk tobacco warehouse, 

58 s Paca 
Billing.sley Thomas, clerk tobacco warehouse, 

375 w Fayette 
Billingsley Thomas A. commission merch't, 

69 s Chariog, dw 32 Hanover 
Billingsley Thos. B G9 s Charles, dw Hano- 
ver near Lombard 
Billington Elizabeth, 77 n Broadway 
Billington John J. 134 Mullikin 
Billington S. Gover, soldier, 134 Mullikin 
Billington Wm. L. of P 0. 77 n Broadway 
Billitz Albert, bookkeeper, 14 n Liberty 
Billups Misses A & Z, 228 w Pratt 
Billman Geo provision store, 1 s Poppleton 
Billman Geo. wagoner, 269 William 
Billman John, woodsawyer, 334 Franklin 
Billman Michael, police, 83 n Pine 
Billmeyer Joseph, shoe store, 142 w Pratt, dw 

34 e Fayette 
Billmire Geo. A. baggage master, 12 e Lom- 
bard 
Ijillmire Jacob, shoemaker, 17G East 
Billmire W. H. (^. breaksman, 12 e Lombard 
Billujis Lucy, 393 w Fayette 
Billups Louisa, 228 w Pratt 
Bilson Andrew J. plasterer, 94 Preston 
Bilson Elizabeth, 237 w Fayette 
Bilson Henry, machinist, 438 w Lombard 
Bilson John, plasterer, 237 w Fayette 
Bilson Samuel, plasterer, 154 n Howard, dw 

237 Fayette 
Binau John M. shoemaker, 233 n Central av 
Binbon Thomas, 302 Canton av 
Binder George, hairworker, 55 s Frederick 
Binder Lewis, surgical instrument maker, 27 

n Fremont 
Binderman Charles, shoemaker, 100 Raborg 
Binderwald Christiana, milliner, 53^2 Pearl 
Binderwalt Henry, laborer, 253 Wes~t 
Bindwald Justus, shoemaker, 44 Raborg 
Bines Robert, clerk auditor's office, B. & O. R. 

R. Co. bis Paca 
Bingham Benj. T. carpenter, 291 Franklin 
Bingham John, fancy store, 52 Jefferson 
Bingham T. school commissioner, 52 Jefferson 
Bingham Wm. police, 24 Warren 
Bingham Wm. W. gas fitter, 46 s Eutaw 
Binnia John H. harness maker, 169 e Madison 
Binnio James, driver, 172 c Pratt 
Binnie Robert, gardener, 172 e Pratt 
Binnix George, blacksmith, 552 w Lombard 
Binnix Lewis, machinist, 98 Preston 

Binnix , pattern maker, 224 n Howard 

Binyon Thomas, carpenter, 29 s Ann 
Binyon Wm. H. H. carpenter, 130 Bank 
Binyon Wm. 130 Bank 
Birch Charles, salesman, 101 Cathedral 
Birch Clinton S. clerk, 118 Hollins 
Birch Theodore, cigar maker, 64 Albemarle 
Birch Wm. R. clerk, 141 n Paca 
Bircheit Robert D. salesman, 288 Saratoga 



Birckhead Mrs. C. A. 48 n Charles 
Birckhead Ciiristopher, tailor, 50 Granby 
Birckhead Henry, conductor C. P. R. R. 77 

Granby 
Birckhead Jas jr. over 30 South, dw87 Park 
Birckhead John W. police, 409 n Gay 
BIRCKHEAD LENNOX Jr. 48 n Charles 
Bird Mrs. Bridget, 243 e Chase 
Bird E. Carrere, tobacconist, 28 w Pratt, dw 

23 Jackson 
Bird J. Edward,agBntfor the sale of dry goods, 

213 w Baltimore, dw 243 Garden 
Bird John W. C. wood dealer, 33 Warren 
Bird Sebastian, carpenter, 33 Warren 
Bird Steph. L. & Co. dry goods, 59 n Howard 
Bird Steph. L. (S. L. Bird & Co ) 345 n Eutaw 
Birdsall Samuel, paver, 42 Orleans 
Birely Lewis A. 247 w. Lombard 
Birkenwald Solomon, shoemaker, 60 Thames 
Birkett Mrs. Mary, 420 w Lombard 
Birkey Edward H. clerk, 229 Druid Hill av 
Birkey Thomas H. 229 Druid Hill av 
Birkey Thomas, clerk, 229 Druid Hill av 
Birkholtz Mrs. Dora, 156 Mulberry 
Birkman George, laborer, 11 Cannon 
Birkmeyer John F. confectioner, 112 Franklin 
Birkmeyer Wm. can maker, 76 n High 
Birkmeyer Wm. confectioner, 112 Franklin 
Birkner George, cooper, 78 Bank 
Birley Lewis A. ice dealer, 247 w Lombard 
15irminghain Andrew, carp 'ter, 144 Orleans 
Birmingham Daniel, laborer, 185 s Castle al 
Birmingham James E. plasterer, 344 Cross 
Birmingham Mary, 27 s Front 
Birmingham Thos. painter, 45 Druid Hill av 
Birney Charles, stone cutter, 193 Lee 
Birthistle Patrick, carter, 100 Granby 
BischoffC F. tobacconist, 235 Henrietta 
Bischoff Casper, paver, 80 Somerset 
Bisclioff Christopher, furniture, 239 s Charles 
Biscoe George F. blacksmith, 324 Eastern av 
Biscoe James, com. merchant 125 s Paca 
Biscoe Wm. M. ship joiner, 296 Eastern av 
Bishman George, shoemaker, 80 Leadenhall 
Bishol Wm. T. bacon dealer, 270 e Monument 
Bishop Adam, cooper, 35 e Monument 
Bishop Caleb, lightning rods, 95 Ensor 
Bishop Charles, barber, 5 Park 
Bishop David, 337 e Pratt 
Bishop Elizabeth, 21 Orleans 
Bishop George, 179 Aisquith 
Bishop George A. laborer, 238 s Durham 
Bishop Geo W. cigar maker, 255 e Lombard 
Bishop Godfrey, coppersmith, 388 Cross 
Bishop liev. Henry, 183 e Monument 
Bishop Mrs. Harriet A. seamstress, 418 w 

Fayette 
Bishop James E. farmer, 206 Harford av 
Bishop James P. city yard, 68 Raborg 
Bishop James, watchman, 179 Hollins 
Bishop John T. stone mason, 173 McCuUoh 
Bishop John H. lightning rod agt. 95 Ensor 
Bishop John L. carpenter, 179 Holland 
Bishop Leonai'd, laborer, 239 s Charles 
Bishop Mrs. Mary A. 94 n Caroline 
Bishop Mrs. Mary M. 313 e Madison 
Bishop Patrick, laborer, 164 McHenry 
Bishop Robert, bricklayer, 61 n Poppleton 
Bishop Mrs. T. F., dressmaker, 81 Chew 
Bishop William H., clerk, 185 e iMonument 
Bishop Wm. M., clerk, 183 e Monument 
Bishop Wm., rigger, 136 s Wolfe 
Bisman August, laborer, 237 s Bethel 



Shirts, Itra-vrera, Socks, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Cheapest and Best, at RAT« 
MOBTD, BVRTOW & CO'S, 168 Baltimore-st., near Calvert. 



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Bissehof Francis, shoemaker, 37 s Wolfe 
Bisser Jacob, laborer, 60 .Tohnson 
Bissett Thomas, jr., stone cutter, 53 McHenry 
Bissing W. F., watchmaker, 96 w Baltimore, 

dw 40 Holliday 
Bissington CM., 106 Lexington 
Bisson William, rigger, 128 s Chester 
Bitner Andrew, 66 Gninby 
Bitner Frederick, laborer, 214 s Chapel 
Bitser Frank, tavern, 47 Boston 
Bittel Charles, blacksmith, Elliott near East av 
Bitter D., lithographer, over 11 South, dw 81 

St. Paul 
Bitter Frederick, drayman, 202 s Wolfe 
Bitter Henry, piano maker, 218 Barre 
Bitter John, teamster, 194 Stirling 
Bitter John G., laborer, 194 Stirling 
BITTER LEWIS, tavern, 5 w Pratt 
Bitter Lewis, glass blower, Stockholm bet'wn 

Eutaw and Russell 
Bittiger William, baker, 198 w Fayette 
Bittinbach Andrew, laborer, 186 Canton av 
Bittinger Elizabeth, confectionery, 7 Penna. av 
Bittinger John D., shoemaker, 7 Penna. av 
Bittmyer John, butcher, 59 e Monument 
Bittner, George, tailor, 265 e Eager 
Bittner N., tailor, 7 Port 
Bitts Henry, drayman, 431 w Baltimore 
Bitz John, porter, 6 Chesnut al 
Bitzel Adam, confectioner, 280 n Gay 
Bitzel Wilhemina, 73 e Monument 
Bixler Andrew, potter, Stockholm between 

Eutaw and Russell 
Bixler Louis A., tobacconist, 102 n Howard 
Bixler Wm. T., clerk, 602 w Lombard 
Bixler Wm. H. H., clerk, 156 s Sharp 
Biyer Michael, lime burner, 68 Boyd 
Black Archibald, laborer, 131 Castle al 
Black Benj. F., painter, 36 South, dw 33 Mc- 
Henry 
Black Dr. Calvin, 540 Lexington 
Black Gilbert, laborer, 1 s Bond 
Black Mrs. Hannah, 33 McHenry 
Black Harman F., yeast manufacturer, n w 

cor. Orleans and Castle 
Black Mrs. Isabella L., 24 s Ann 
Black Jacob, baker, 70 Columbia 
Black James H., engineer, 116 s Bond 
Black James F., messenger Adams' Express, 

8 Emory 
Black James, marble yard, 363 n Howard, dw 

338 Saratoga 
Black John, laborer, 140 Castle al 
Black John, hardware dealer, 160 n Gay 
Black John, 270 Mulberry 
Black John R., carpenter, 18 Marion, dw 299 

Saratoga 
Black John, cooper, 215 Bank 
Black John, (W.J. Rieman & Co.,) 296 Lex- 
ington 
Black Lewis, feed store, 218 s Sharp 
Black Lewis W., painter, over 276 w Balti- 
more, dw 128 w Biddle 
Black Margaret, seamstress, 11 New Church 
IJIack Mary E., teacher, 24 s Ann 
Black Samuel, builder, 338 Saratoga 
Black & Sapp, (John Black and Joshua 0. 

Sapp,) coopers, 115 Smith's wharf 
Black Wm., scale maker, 270 Mulberry 
Black Wm. D., 110 s Ann 
Black Wm. K., carpenter, 77 Pearl 
Blackburn Cyrus, (Blackburn & Bro.,) 132 n 
Eutaw 



Blackburn & Bro., (Cyrus and Edwin Black- 
burn,) flour, gro. and com. merchants, n e 
cor. Franklin and Eutaw 
Blackburn Edwin, (Blackburn & Bro.,) 132 n 

Eutaw 
Blackburn James W., clerk, 6 McCulIoh 
Blackburn James W., clerk, 90 s Sharp 
Blackburn John C, attorney, 34 St. Paul, dw 

s e cor. Pine and Saratoga 
Blackburn Samuel, tinner, 50 Mulberry 
Blacke Caroline, lager beer, 242 Canton av 
Blackensee J., U. S. Naval claim agency, 57 

Second 
Blackiston Albert C, clerk, 138 s Sharp 
Blackiston Mrs. Ann, 26 n Oregon 
BLACKISTON JOHN B., cabinet maker, 

562 w Baltimore, dw 98 Hollins 
Blackiston Wm. C, lumber inspector, s w 

cor. Concord and Bowly, dw 138 s Sharp 
Blacklar Alexander C, clerk, 118 n Broadway 
Blacklar Alexander C, (Elliott, Blacklar it 

Co.,) n e cor. Aisquith and Orleans 
Blacklar Charles, provis., 64 s Caroline, 

dw 86 
Blacklar Mrs. Eliza, 18 n Ann 
Backley Joseph, carpenter, 70 Durst al 
Blackley Maria M., 70 Durst al 
BLACKLOCK NICHOLAS F., junk dealer, 

128 Light St. wharf, dw 623 w Lombard 
Blackstone John, butter, 63 Columbia 
Black way Wm., miller, Covington near Ham- 
burg 
Blades Jesse W., Green House restaurant, 

156 Light 
Blades John L., livery stables, 114 s Wash- 
ington, F. P., dw 95 s Ann 
Blades Samuel, chairmakcr, 157 n Exeter 
Blades Thomas W., clerk P. O., 50 s Exeter 
Blades Wm., mail ag-ent, 285 e Baltimore 
Blair Alexander, gardener, e Monument extnd 
Blair Mrs. Anna, grocery, 228 Mulberry 
Blair Charles E., bookkeeper, 20 n Exeter 
Blair Edgar W., attorney, 29 Lexington, dw 

Gilmor near Franklin 
Blair Henry, Gilmor n of Franklin 
Blair Henry H., conveyancer, 48 Lexington 
Blair (k Holle, (John Blair and Julius Holle,) 
merchant tailors and gents' furnishing goods, 
742 w Baltimore 
Blair James A., clerk P. O., 143^^ s Calvert 
Blair John, shoemaker, 12 Mercer 
Blair John, (Blair & Holle,) 742 w Baltimore 
Blair Montague, clerk, Gilmor near Franklin 
BlairSamuelS.,ofN. C. R. R., 272 n Howard 
Blake Benson, clerk, 159 w Lombard 
Blake Charles W., clerk, 111 s Sharp 
Blake Charles, dealer in watches, &c., 217 w 

Baltimore, dw Mt. Washington 
Blake George A. carpenter, 144 s Bond 
Blake George, laborer, 151 York 
Blake George E., clerk, 245 n Howard 
BLAKE JOEL N., machinist and founder, s 
e cor Franklin and North, dw 245 n Howard 
Blake John H., 32 Hanover 
Blake Jno. W., coll. water rents. 111 s Sharp 
Blake John L., clerk, 112 n Caroline 
Blake John R., bricklayer, 112 n Caroline 
Blake Joseph W., justice of the peace, 12 

Law Buildings, dw 47 Tyson 
Blake Margaret, 20 Orbit al 
Blake Martin, grocer, 59 East 
Blake Sarah, 227 Lexington 
Blake Samuel F., carpenter, 1 Ogston 



J. HE^TRY GIESB, Commission Mercliant, for ttie sole of Floui-, Grain, Seeds, &c. 
Roseudale Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on luuid, HI Spear's "Wliarf. 



Well-dressed People buy their Clothing of SMITH BEOS. & CO., 
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Blakely Mrs. Elizabeth, Harrison near Gor- 

such av, Hompstead 
Blakeney B. F., (B. F. Biakeney & Co.,) 611 

w Lombard 
BLAKENHY B. F. & CO., (B. F. Biakeney 
and H. W. Sabin,) gold pen factory, over 
99 w Baiiimore 
Biakeney Wm., carpenter, 102 Ensor 
Blakey Wm., malster, Strieker between Sara- 
toga and Mulberry 
Blamburg Hamlin, cab. maker, 20 n Durham 
Blamire John E., mariner, 350 Eastern av 
Blanch James C, potter, 92 n Bond 
Blanch James T., carpenter, 199 e Lombard 
Blanch Jeremiah, restaurant, 679 w Baltimore 
BLANlHARD E. WYATT, attorney, 38 

St. Paul, dw 81 Cathedral 
Blanchard James A. J., rigger, 216 Washing- 
ton, F H. 
Blanchard Mrs. Mary, school, 174 w Biddle, 

dw 596 w Fayette 
Blanchard Thomas H., confectioner, 34 n 

Central av 
BLANCKJOHN, Columbia House, 471 w 

Baltimore 
Blaney Charles E., bricklayer, n e cor. Pine 

and Sarah Ann 
Blaney Jas. M., bricklay., 171 Grcenmountav 
Blaney James VV., police, 20 s Fremont 
Blaney James J., bricklayer, 20 s Fremont 
Blaney John T., bricklayer, l!S5 Raborg 
Blaney John T., carpenter, 161 Grcenmountav 
Blaney Sarah, hucksteress, 266Greenmouiit av 
Blaney Wm. H., bricklayer, 20 s Fremont 
Blank Joseph, laborer, 871 w Pratt 
BLANKE MRS. MARY, tavern, 244 Alice- 
anna 
Blankenburg Charles, shoemaker, 76 Mullikin 
Blankenliorn Christian, grocery, 8 Walnut al 
Blankford Jacob, huckster, 140 n Caroline 
Blankiirship Daniel D., engineer, 3 William- 
son al 
Blaseker Charles, tailor. 212 s Bethel 
Blash Samuel G., sailmaker, 106 s Chapel 
BLASS Kev. JACOB, lll2 Gough 
Blass Samuel G., sailmaker, 164 e Pratt 
Blatchlev Mrs. P., dressmaker, 2.59 e Madison 
Blatiaii Margaret, 304 e Lombard 
Blatter Charles, laborer, 17 Hall al 
Blanfuss Wm. L., tailor, 267 Franklin 
Blauvelt Wm. S., tin can maker, 71 n Amity 
Biazey Charles W., salesman, 81 n Howard 
Blecher Julius, baker, 192 Columbia 
Bledzer Philip, shoemaker, 199 s Bond 
Bleich John F., teacher, 111 n Caroline 
Bleicher A. Lewis, shoemaker, 17 Baker 
Bleicher ,lose|)h, shoemaker, 2ri8 e Lonribard 
Bleinberger Adam, boot fitter, 100 Walker ct 
Blessnig Daniel, carpenter, 47 n High, dw n 

w cor. Hampstead and Eden 
Blessing Jdhn, tobacconist, 241 n Gay 
Blessing Mrs Margaret, 209 Canton av 
Blessing Mrs. Mary, confectionery, n w cor. 

Eden and Hampstead 
Bletz Cliarles, piano maker, 19 Peach al 
Blew Joshua, clerk, 54 n Greene 
Blick Thomas H., mercantile agent, 272 e 

Baltimore 
Bligh Patrick, laborer, 14 Diamond 
Blight Robert, laborer, 32 Milliman 
Blimline & Bro., (Henry and Joseph Blim- 
line,) shirt and drawer manufacturers, over 
2 n Liberty 



Blimline Henry, (Blimline & Bro.,) 5 Park 

Blimline Jos., (Blimline & Bro.,) 96 Penna av. 

Blimline Joseph, 134 Penna. av 

Blircoe Virginia, 9 McCulloh 

Blinsinger Mrs. B , 127 Gough 

Blinsinger, George F., carpenter, 145 Druid 

Hill av 
Blinsinger George M., baker, 145 Druid 

Hill av 
Blinsinger Wm. M., carpenter, 145 Druid 

Hill av 
Bliss Major H., Eutaw House 
Bliss Jolin M , clerk, 100 n Front 
Bliss John, laborer, 36 Union 
BLISS DR. Z. E., surgeon and medical pur- 
veyor U. S. A., 8 n Charles 
Blizzard C. H., police, 5 Rock 
Blizzard George, engineer, 124 Cross 
Blizzard John L., copper refiner, 124 Cross 
Blizzard Jno. R.,lab., 166 Washington, F. H. 
Blocher, Wm. L., clerk, 708 Saratoga 
Block Andrew, blacksmith. 111 Saratoga 
Block Edward, wines, liquors, foreign pro- 
duce, corks, &c., 114 w Lombard, dw 189 
w Huffman 
Block Eveline, principal Church Home and 

Infirmary 
Block Finley, engraver, 99 Orleans 
Block John, (Thomsen & Block,) 128 n 

Charles 
Block Julia, 4 n Schroeder 
Block Lewis, wagoner, 188 n Eden 
Block Louis, cigar maker, 201 Light 
Block Simon, furniture and clothing dealer, 

118 s Eden 
Blocker Daniel, Q. M. dept., 700 Saratoga 
Blois Thomas, tin and sheet iron worker, 3 

Walker 
Blomeier Ennis, boot and shoemaker, 32 

President 
Blome George, (Blome & Jacobi,) 445 w Bal- 
timore 
BLOME & JACOBI, candies and fruits, 445 

w Baltimore 
Blondell Malachi, conductor Catonsville Pass. 

R. R., 248 n Howard 
Bloiidheiin Hart, tailor, 105 n Howard 
Blood Wm. H.,car di'iver, 968 w Baltimore 
Bloodsworth Jacob, mariner, 41 Lee 
Bloom H., gildrr, 7 Holland 
Bloomer John W., jr , clerk, 293 Hollins 
Bloomer Wm. E , sutler, 55 Scott 
Blotkamp Wm., carriages for hire, 260 e 

Lombard 
Bhixlnun Amia, milliner, 70 Pearl 
BLOXHAM JOHN, variety and hardware 

dealer, 56 Harrison, dw 127 n High 
Bloxham Wm., engineer, 80 Camden 
Bloy Rudolph, second hand goods, 508 Lex- 
ington 
Blum Anton, laborer, 128 Low 
Blum Mrs. Anna M., cake stand, 128 Low 
Blum A. P., barber, 395 n Gay 
Blum Mrs. Barbara, lli3 s Bond 
Blum B'lijamin, ciijar maker, 181 s Bethel 
Blum Catherine, Point la near Harford av 
Blum Callu'rine, 237 Canton av 
Blum Frederick, tanner, 86 n Central av 
Blum George, 25 n Dallas 
Bium George, 85 Penna. av 
Blum Gotleib, laborer. 91 s Chapel 
Blum G., clothing merchant, 190 Columbia 
Blum Henry, shoemaker, 125 n Front 



AUG. G. MEYER & CO., Maiiiifactiirers of AVlilte Lead, Zinc, Putty, L..inipb]ack, Glue, 
Keatsfoot Oil, Saltpetre, Faints and Vamislies, 100 W. Lombard Street. 



strangers can i-ely on Fair Dealings at SMITH BBCS. &; Co., No. 40 
W. Baltimore Street. 



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Blum Isaac, second-hand dealer, 193 e Lom- 
bard 
Blum Isaac, second-hand clothier, 228 s 

Caroline 
Blum John H., watchmaker, 378 Saratoga 
Blum Joseph, scourer, 153 n Eden 
Blum Samuel, second-hand store, 732 w Balti- 
more 
Blum S. H., bookbinder, 69 s Paca 
Blum Solomon, (Hess, Blum & Co.,) 44 Fawn 
Blum Wm., watch waker, 529 w Baltimore 
Blum Wilhelm , liostler, Tyson near Richmond 
Blume Henry cabinet maker, 188 s Howard 
Blumauer Louis, boots, shoes and clothing, 

235 s Charles 
Blumendauer Adam, shoemaker, 247 Mont- 
gomery 
Blumenkalb Ernest, milkman, 325 e Madison 
Blumenthal Aaron, shoemaker, 247 Mont- 
gomery 
Blumenthal Abraham, second-hand dealer, 271 

s Charles 
Blumenthal Bernard P. dry goods, 156 Lex- 
ington 
Blumenthal Isaac, furniture, 262 s Charles 
Blumenberg Julius J. dealer in cigars, 119 w 

Fayette 
BLUMENBERG Maj. LEOPOLD, provost 

marshal U. S. A. dw 37 n Exeter 
Blumenberg Rudolf, commission merchant, 37 

n Exeter 
Blumentel Elizabeth, second hand furniture ,262 

s Charles 
Blumeraid John, tailor, 16 Preston 
Blundell Anthony, laborer, 1 Sterrett 
Blundell Dennis, liquors, cor Howard and 

Pratt, dw 103 Garden 
Blundell Malachai, hackman, 66 Mulberry 
Blundell Wm. hackman, 66 Mulberry 
Blunt Nelson, laborer, 21 Walker 
Blunt Stephen, boot fitter, 475 w Pratt 
Blute Mary, 127 w Madison 
Boar Charles, lager beer saloon, cor Gay and 

Harrison 
Board of Trade, office New Exchange Build- 
ings, George U. Porter, Secretary 
Bob Nicholas, 138 s Regester 
Bobart Charles C. clerk, Bethel nr Eastern av 
Bobart Charles, clerk, 138 s Bethel 
Bobart Thos. W. tavern, 242 s Broadway 
Bobee Joseph F. clerk, 207 Light 
Bobee James A. shipsmith, 207 Light 
Bobee John D. ship joiner, 207 Light 
Bobeth Charles, 643 w Baltimore 
Boblitz Wm. H. pumpmaker, 42 Hampstead 

Boblitz , breaksman N. C. R. R. 357 

Cathedral 
Bock Julius, 15 n Eden 
Bock Julius, painter, 322 e Monument 
Bock Wm. tailor, 100 Somerset 
Bockel Charles, shoemaker, Frederick road 

near Calverton road 
Bockelman Conrad, tailor, 125 Barre 
Bockelman Christian, machinist, 151 s Caro- 
line 
Bockelman Dietrich, shoemaker, 11 Spring ct 
Bockelman Dietrich, shoemaker, 178 Hanover 
Bocklage Elizabeth, milkwoman, O'Donnell 

near Clinton 
Bockroff William, huckster, 20 Thomsen 
Bocksti John Wm. restaurant, 26 Second 
Bode Charles, tailor, 228 e Madison 
Bode John, grocery, 218 n Central av 



Bode Louis, cooper, 295 s Sharp 
Bode Louis, porter, 295 s Sharp 
Bode Dr. Wm. druggist, n e cor Pearl and 

Baltimore 
Bode Wm. D. shoemaker, 2 Haw 
Bodein Frederick, tailor, 9 Cannon 
IJodein John, umbrella maker, 78 n Spring 
Boden Mrs. Ann, 37 Dolphin 
Eoden James, wagoner, 58 n Dallas 
Boden Wm. confection(?r, 299 e Monument 
Bodenburg Charles, cap maker, 253 Hanover 
Bodenschatz John, tavern, 44 Camden 
Bodensick Chas. F. bookbinder, 393 Franklin 
Bodensick David A. printer, 160 n Fremont 
Bodensick George H. bookbinder, 364 Frank- 
lin 
Bodensick George, miller, Fr#lerick road w 

of toll gate 
Bodensick Wm. T. bookbinder, 263 Franklin 
Bodge Daniel, peddler, 214 Columbia 
Bod he Ludwig, cigar maker, 254 s Sharp 
Bodicker Louis, ladies' shoe store, 43 n Gay, 

dw 13 Barnet 
Bodine Rev. Wm. 212 n Charles 
Boecher George, drayman ,352 Washington rd 
Boechlein Ernhard, rear of 60 Cross 
Boecker Henry, farrier, 282 Aliceanna 
Boeckner Charles C. barber, Eutaw House, 

dw 10 n Greene 
BOECKi\ER CHARLES, hair dressing sa- 
loon and gentlemen's furnishing goods, 4 
Eutaw House 
Boehm Dr. Adolphus, 58 Barre 
Boehm Christoff, shoemaker, 153 Ensor 
Boehm Constantine, lager beer saloon, 50 s 

Wolfe 
Boehm Charles T. (Boehm, Rice & Co.) 261 

Lexington 
Boehm Henry, baker, 9 George 
Boehm John W. blacksmith, 1 n Bond 
Boehm John, butcher, Harford av near city 

limits 
Boehm John L. bookkeeper, 242 w Fayette 
Boehm, Rice & Co. (C. T. Boehm & J. W. 
Rice,) wooden ware, brushes, brooms, &c. 
32 s Calvert 
Boehme Augustus, grocer, 128 Hanover, dw 

130 
Boehme Charles L. 223 n Eutaw 
Boehme Wm. machinist, 95 n Gay 
Boeherner Christian, cab. maker, 39 n Amity 
Boehner Capt. H. E. mariner, 710 Saratoga 
Boemer Wm. tailor, 222 w Pratt 
Boerner Henry, (Norris, Calwell&Co.) 99 

s Sharp 
Boesche Harman L. tavern, 651 Light 
Boessel John E. gunsmith, rear 16 South 
Boesser John, locksmith, 342 Mulberry 
Boette Theodore, shoemaker, 135 Vine 
Boettner Charles, confectioner, n w cor Eden 

and Pratt 
Boettinslager John, tailor, 215 e Pratt 
Ebewing Charles, druggist, 1 Boston 
Bogan Mary, 31 Thames 
Boggess Thomas L. horse-shoer, 231 e Madi- 
son 
Boggess Wm. B. F. soldier, 235 e Madison 
Boggs, Cottman & Co. CWm. A. Boggs,) im- 
porters and dealers in wines, liquors, &c. 
and commission merchants, 46 w Lombard 
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BOGGS A. L. Jr. commission merchant and 
dealer in flour, grain, &c., 141 n Howard, 
dw 42 Courtland 
Boggs F. Henry, (Brown, Boggs & Co.,) 42 

Courtland 
Boggs J Greer, bookkeeper, 56 e Baltimore 
Boggs James, porter, 144 n Eutaw 
Boggs Lucy, 79 Franklin 
Boggs Maxwell, 42 Courtland 
Boggs Robert J. B. aid to Revenue Custom 

House, 42 Courtland 
Boggs Mrs. Susan, 42 Courtland 
Boggs Wm. A (Boggs, Cottman & Co.) 630 

w Lombard 
Boggs Wm. (Boggs & Co.) 226 n Eutaw 
Boggs Wm. porter, 44 n Eutaw 
Bogue Henry, dealer in tailors' trimmings, 

over 226 w Baltimore, dw 71 Franklin 
Bogue James, groceries & liquors, 11 Mercer 
Bogue Mrs. Maria, 230 w Fa.yette 
Bogue Mrs., Federal near Cathedral 
Bogue Robert H. clerk, 71 Franklin 
Bogus -Emma L. 148 s Central av 
Bohager George, prmter, 77 e Lombard 
Bohager Francis,grocery,23 Bank,and second- 
baud goods, 11 Bank 
Bohager Samuel, junk dealer, 11 Bank 
Bohan Ellen, grocery, 34 Rock 
Bohan James, gardener, 34 Rock 
Bohling Henry, cabinet maker 158 Chesnut 
Bohman Hammond, cigar mk.226 e Lombard 
Bohmer Henry, porter, 105 L. Greene 
Bohn Airs. Elizabeth, boarding house, 105 w 

Fayette 
Bohn Michael, turner, 116 e Fayette 
Bohne Herman, baker, 3 Leadenhall 
Bohne Mary, milliner, 60 Park 
.Bohkler Baer, clerk B. & U. R. R. 481 w 

Fayette 
Bohner Conrad, laborer 57 Johnson 
Bohner N. tailor, 8 Port 
Bohner John, porter, 7 Cowpen al 
Bohnlein Joseph, stevedore, 187 s Broadway 
Bohnlofink John, shoemaker, 194 e Lombard 
Bohrer Christian, cooper, 18 Warren 
Bohrer Julius S., U. S. JNT. 14 s Broadway 
Boice George M. trimmings, Frederick av w 

of Fulton 
Boisil Bro., St. Alphonsus, 79 Saratoga 
Boice John, miller, Frederick av w of Fulton 
Bojonoskie Edward, shoemaker, 42 Lee 

Bokee , cigar box maker, 147 Barre 

Eokee George M. china, glass andqueensware 

dealer, 41 n Howard, dw 277 Lexington 
BOKEE HOWARD, oil and lamp dealer, 14 

n Howard, dw 277 Lexington 
Bokte Mrs. Mary A. 277 Lexington 
Bokee Morris H. clerk, 277 Lexington 
Bokee Wm. F. (Wm. F. Bokee & Co.) 105 n 

Front 
Bokee Wm H 277 Lexington 
BOKEE WILLIAM V. &. CO. (William F. 
Bokee,) china merchants, 1 and 3 Harrison 
Bokel G. H. (Bokel &. Hammer,) 80 Han- 
over 
Eokel & Hammer, (G H. Bokel & John Ham- 
mer,) merchant ta.,ors, 80 Hanover 
Bokel John G. grocery, 2s3 e Eager 
Bokel Mrs John H. shoe store, 62 Park 
Bokel Theodore A. grocery, 146 Stirling 
Bokinan Augustus C. shoemaker, 670 w Bal- 
timore 
Bolckner John, carpenter, 101 s Regester 



BOLENIUS G. H. dealer in leaf tobacco and 
cigar manufacturer, n w cor Charles and 
Pratt and 69 s Charles, dw 248 w Fayette 
Boland James, grocer andliq,, 168 Canton av 
Boland Margaret, dressmaker, 117 Columbia 
Boland Margaret E. dressmaker, 120 Ross 
Boland Margaret A. 117 Columbia 
Boland Michael, laborer, 2 Tyson 
Boland Otis, blacksmith, 63 s Oregon 
Boland Patrick, laborer, n w cor Charles and 

West 
Boland Thomas, laborer, 117 Columbia 
Boland Thomas, boiler maker, 265 Forrest 
Boland Thomas, 265 Forrest 
Boland Wm. 5 Winderling row 
Bolden Edward, laborer, 26 Hillen 
Bolden Robert, blacksmith, 16 s Oregon 
Bolgiano Francis W. seed store, 275 e Balti- 
more 
Bolgiano F. W. (Bolgiano & Sons,) 275 e 

Baltimore 
Bolgiano Gilbert C. grocery, 298 Aisquith 
Bolgiano Joseph, (Bolgiano & Sons,) 347 n 

Gay 
Bolgiano John C. carpenter, 98 Chew 
Bolgiano John, (Bolgiano &Sons,) 49 Chew 
BOLGIANO & SONS, (J. Bolgiano, J. A, 
Bolgiano and F. W. Bolgiano,) shoe findings 
and giirden seeds, 28 s Calvert 
Bollack Joseph, laborer, 194 s Chapel 
Bollander Wm. teamster, 134 Hamburg 
Boiler Wm. lager beer, 639 w Baltimore 
Bolley Henry S. clerk, 100 n Front 
Bollinger John, wood sawyer, 209 s Chapel 
Bollinger Michael, gardener, Washington bet 

Jefferson and Monument 
Bollman Charles A. machinist, 203 Conway 
Bollman Earnest, drayman, 217 Conway 
Bollman Henry, porter, 60 Park 
Bollman John W. civil and constructing engi- 
neer, Clinton s of Boston 
Bollman James, engineer, 36 Granby 
BOLLMAN WENDELL.civil and construct- 
ing engineer, Patapsco Works, Clinton s of 
Boston, dw 112 Penna. av 
Bolte Augustus, laborer, 13 s Stockton al 
Bolte Henry, (Schleunes & Bolte,) Simon's 

Hotel 
Boltel John, restaurant, 326 s Bond' 

BOLTE SIMON, Western China 
Hall, importer and dealer in China 
Glass and Queensware, 543 w 
Baltimore 



BOLTON BROTHERS, (Wm. H. 
Bolton, D. K. Bolton,) dealers in 
Glass, Oils, Paints. Ethereal, Ker- 
osene and Coal Oils, Alcohol, Ben- 
zoin and Machinery Oils, Lamps, 
&c., 82 and 84 West Pratt street, 
between Gay and Commerce. 

Bolton Daniel K. (Bolton Bros.) 198 e Fayette 
Bolton Hugh & Co. (Hugh Bolton, Glendy 

Stuart and Hugh W. Bolton,) glass, oil and 

paint store, 81 McElderry's whf 
Bolton Hugh W. (Hugh Bolton & Co.) 20 n 

Front 
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Bolton James, (Hugh Bolton & Co.) 1 Jackson 
Bolton James K. clerk, 114 s Bond 
Bolton Moses G. blacksmith, 112 Hughes 
Bolton W. B. & Co. (W. B. Bolton,) paints, 
oils, glass, &c.. 55 s Calvert and 26 Cheap- 
side, dw W. B. B. 176 Franklin 
Bolton Wm B. 691 Lexington 
Bolton Wm. H. (Bolton Bros.) 3 Jackson 
Bolz Catherine, trader, 486 Penna. av 
Bombaugh Charles C, M. D. 268 Lexington 
Bomberg Andrew, tailor, 38 Hampstead 
Bomberger John W. siioemaker, 20 n Amity 
Bomberger John H. shoem'r, 696 w Baltimore 
Bomberger Robert, lamplighter, 4 Prospect la 
Bome Frederick, laborer, 265 e Eager 
BONA BERNHARD, collector,248 w Fayette 
Bona Louis C. bookkeeper, 248 w Fayette 
Bonaker John G. butcher, 85 Mullikin 
Bonaker Philip, shoemaker, 329 Canton av 
Bonaparte Jerome N. 95 Park 
Bonan Mrs. Mary, 319 s Bond 
Bonavita Amelia R. teacher, 9 Grecnmount av 
Bonbach Peter, shoemaker, 96 Hilleii 
Bond Alex. 243 e Biddle 

Bond Alexander J. carpenter, 183 Druid Hill av 
BOND ALEXANDER, Chesapecike House, 

5 w Pratt, dw 245 e Biddle 
Bond Alfred, carpenter, 183 Druid Hill av 
Bond Anna, 50 e Eager 
Bond Bernard, huckster, 3]3 Aisquith 
Bond Mrs. Frances A. 82 Luzerne 
Bond George, hotel proprietor, 3 Franklin 
BOND G. MORRJS, attorney, 33 St. Paul, 

dw 82 Read 
Bond Hugh L. judge criminal court, 129 n 

Charles 
Bond James, 49 s Caroline 
Bond James, 99 n Bond 
Bond James H (J. W. Bond & Co.) 86 w 

Baltimore 
Bond James, jr., fruit and produce and com- 
mission merchant, 6 Hollingswortli and 154 
w Pratt, dw348 e Monument 
BOND J. W. &C0. (J. W.Bond and J. H. 

Bond,) booksellers, 86 w Baltimore 
Bond J. W. (J. W. Bond & Co.) 229 e Bal- 
timore 
Bond James, 51 s Caroline 
BOND JOHN H. restauarant, s e cor Bal- 
timore and Greene 
Bond John, wagoner, 67 Granby 
Bond Josias, gardener, Philadelphia road near 

city limits 
Bond Joshua, 46 n Central av 
Bond Joseph H. pyrotechnist, 268 e Fayette 
Bond Lorenzo D. engineer, Falls road near 

Northern av 
Bond Mary, 11 Hubbard al 
Bond Mary washerwoman, 76 Richmond 
Bond Peter, carpenter, 183 Druid Hill av 
Bond Mrs. Susanna, 281 n Howard 
Bond Thomas, ship carpenter, 38Binny 
Bond Thomas F. produce, 6 Essex 
Bond Thomas, soldier, 9 Dawson al 
BOND THOMAS G. & CO., (T. G. Bond & 
G. E. Bowers,) propr. Charleston House, 
76 w Pratt 
Bond Thomas G. (T. G. Bond & Co.) 76 w 

Pratt 
Bond Thomas J. substitute agent, 407 n Gay 
Bond Thomas, produce dealer, n w cor. Cal- 
vert and Pratt, dw 99 n Bond 
Bond Wm. watchman, 13 Warren 



Bond Wm. huckster, 9 s Ann 
BOND WILLIAM, commission merchant & 
produce dealer, n e cor Pratt and Hollings- 
worth, dw 41 s Washington, F. P. 
Bond Wm. soldier, 76 Richmond 
Bond Wm. 6 s Chester 
Bond Wm. ship joiner, 337 s Bond 
Bond Wm. laborer, 203 n Central av 
BOND WILLIAM, pyrotechnist, Wolfe be- 
tween Baltimore and Fayette, dw 330 e 
Baltimore 
Bond Wm. B. attorney, 32 St. Paul, dw Anne 

Arundel Co 
Eonday James, wharfinger, 273 s Ann, dw 

187 Gough 
BON DAY JAMES Jr., wharfinger, Gibson's 

wharf, dw 244 Bank 
Bonday«S: Thurlow, oak coopers. 111 Thames 
Boneau De St. Marcel Edward, portrait 

painter, 135 e Baltimore 
Bonhage August, tailor, 58 Portland 
Bonhage Henry, tailor, 12 e Pratt 
Bonhart George, drayman, 224 Aliceanna 
Bonheim Martin, dyer, 150 s Eutaw 
BONIFANT WASHINGTON, U. S. Mar- 
shal for Md. office 11 Court House la, dw 
Montfi;omery Co 
BONINGER BROS. (E. Boninger & R. Lehr) 
commission and shipping merchants, over 
29 s Charles 
Boninger Edward, (Boninger Bros.) Guys' 

Monument House 
Boninger Rudolpli, 81 n Liberty 
BONN ANTHONY S. & CO. (Anthony S.^. 
Daniel W. and Richard Bonn,) importers 
and wholesale dealers in leaf and manuf. 
tobacco, 172 w Pratt, and Magnolia Snuff 

mill, 3 Perry and 140 s Charles ' ~ — 

Bonn Anthony, 485 w Baltimore 

Bonn Anthony, 268 w Fayette 

Bonn Anthony S. (A. S. Bonn & Co.) 268 w 

Fayette 
Bonn Charles, 179 Lexington 
Bonn Daniel W. (Anthony S. Bonn & Co.) 

317 w Fayette 
Bonn John, cooper, 119 n Bond 
Bonn Josiph, tobacco manufacturer, Mercer 

near Light, dw 6 s Strieker 
Bonn Richard, tobacconist, 62s Paca 
Bonn Richard, (Anthony S. Bonn & Co.) 62 

sPaca 
Bonn Wm. H. tobacconist, 120 s Charles 
Bonner Capt. Elijah, mariner, 14 Gough 
Bonner Rosanna T. 212 German 
Bonnet Jacob, shoemaker, 306 Canton av 
Bonnet John, sugar refiner, 272 Aliceanna 
Bonnet Wm. whitewasher, 306 Canton av 
Bonnett Joseph L. currier, 88 Eastern av 
BONNEY ELIAS, embroidery, ribbons, &c. 

209 w Baltimore, dw 91 w Biddle 
Bonney James, clerk at Fountain Hotel 
Bonney John, clerk, Fountain Hotel 
Bonsai John, carpenter, 212 Forrest 
Bonsai John, laborer, Orleans, between Cas- 
tle and Chester 
Bonsai Louis, bookbinder, books and sta- 
tionery, 52 w Baltimore 
Bonsai Robert, silversmith, Baltimore Co 
Bonsai Stephen, (Clements & Bonsai,) 145 St. 

Paul 
Bonslager John, laborer, 74 Somerset 
Boocke Tobias, cooper, 134 Hamburg 
Booker Henry, clerk, 76 n Paca 



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Booker Jolin L. (A. D. Evans & Co.) Sec'y 
Great Council of Red Men, office 18 North, 
(Iw 76 n Paca 
Booker John T. painter, 76 n Paca 
Booker Thomas L. plasterer, 76 n Paca . 
Bookhart Wm. plasterer, 161 Central av 
Bookhamcr Frederick, upholsterer, 27 East- 
ern av 
Bookman Joseph, cooper, 23 Willow 

Bookmeyer , wheelwright 107 Henrietta 

Boon John, lamp lighter, 226 s Ann 
Boon Joseph H. carpenter, 122 Druid Hill av 
Boon Robert W. cabinetmaker, 92 n Eden 
Boon Wm. moulder, Falls road near North- 
ern av 
Boon Wm. 634 w Lombard 
Boone George, sailor, 84 Block 
Boone Joseph H. shoemaker, 55 n Eden 
Boone Dr. J. H. 335 w Lombard 
Boone John W. clerk, 223 e Lombard 
Boone John H. D. jr. tavern, s e cor Second 

and Frederick 
Boone John H. D. tobacconist, Centre Mar- 
ket space near Lombard, dw 85 Chew 
Boone Mary A. tailoress, 30 Dolphin 
Boone Nicholas, watchman Farmers and Mer- 
chants Bank, 186 Aisquith 
Boone Samuel, police, 128 s Central av 
Boone Wm. cabinet maker, 788 w Baltimore 
Boone Wm. cabinet maker, 152 n Exeter 
Boone Wm. H. steam fitter, 166 Aisquith 
Booth Ariadne 0. 215 w Biddle 
Booth Herman, engineer, 223 Montgomery 
Booth Henry A. jiainter, 30 Gough 
Booth Jane, 3 Thomsen 
Booth John H. sailor, 159 s Chester 
Booth John C. upholsterer, 219 Aisquith 
Booth Joseph, upholsterer, 11 Central av 
Booth Joseph, plasterer, 40 Preston 
Booth Marshall, pilot, 190 Montgomery 
Booth Robert, machinist, 73 Orleans 
Booth Robert, book agent, 28 Hanover 
Booth Wm. G. painter, 247 ii Eden 
Booth Wm. of Mechanical Bakery, 642 w 

Fayette 
Booth Wm. 0. L. painter, s e cor Gough and 

Eden 
Booth Washington, (Fitzgerald, Booth & Co.) 
Rennert House, n e cor Saratoga & Liberty 
Bootman Sherwood, shoemaker, 266 e Mon- 
ument 
BOOZ & BRO. (Thomas Booz and Charles 
Booz,) ship builders, Atlantic whf. Canton 
Booz Benjamin, property agent and collector, 

123 s Washington, F. P. 
Booz Catherine, 165 Gough 
Booz Charles W. (Thomas Booz and Chas. 

Booz,) 125 s Ann 
Booz Daniel, clerk, 81 s Exeter 
Booz Edward, ship carpenter, 92 s Chester 
Booz George, laborer, 197 Aliceanna 
Booz John J. ship carpenter, 196 Bank 
BOOZ JAMES, house, ship and sign painter, 

193 Boston 
Booz Thomas, (Booz& Bro.) 142 Chesapeake 
Booze James W. clerk, 117 n Broadway 
Booze Joseph, wood dealer, 14 Hill 
Booze Marcellus, jr. wood dealer, 77 William 
Booze Capt. Wm. S. 88 William 
Bopp Caspar, shoemaker, 235 East av 
Bopp Charles, grocery, 165 Hamburg 
Bopp George, clothing cutter, 413 Light 
Bopp Lawrence, dry goods, 413 Light 



Bopp Lawrence, (Bopp & Smith,) 413 Light 
Bopp Mrs. Mary, gardening, between West-st 

and Fort av 
Bopp & Smith, (Lawrence Bopp and John 

Smith,) clothiers, 154 Light-st wharf 
Boppenheimer Morex, tailor, 150 n Eden 
Boram Abram, 37 Abbot 
Borcherding John G, restaurant, 13 Dover 
Borchers John H. cigars, 26 Albemarle 
Bordi Madaline, rag dealer, 20 Barnes 
Bordlemase Gotwal, 226 s Bethel 
Borck Dr. Andrey, jr. surgeon U. S. A., 243 

e Lombard 
Borck John, barber, 2013^ Lexington 
Bordley Hiram J clerk, 139 n Calvart 
Bordley John B. civil engineer, 72 n Charles 
Bordley Mrs. Margaret, board 'g, 85 n Charles 
Bordley Wm. C. sr., bookkeeper, 64 North 
Bordley Wm. C. jr. clerk Mechanics Bank, 

85 n Charles 
Boring John T. tobacconist, 73 Columbia, dw 

96 s Paca 
Borgealt Alfred, painter, 36 Chats worth 
Borged George, butcher, 199 Columbia 
Borgman Hy. wheelwright, 68 Greenmountav 
Borgman Henry, cabinet maker, 45 Clay 
Borman John, laborer, 165 s Regester 
Bormuth Peter, carpenter, Harford av ext. 
Born August, baker, 453 Lexington 
Born Christian, laborer, 15 Elliott 
Born Ellen L. grocery, 208 Cross 
Born Herman, dealer in liquors, wines, &c., 

s w cor Hanover and Camden, dw 19 Barre 
Born John, grocery, 122 n Caroline 
Born John, grocery, 41 Chatsworth 
Born Tobias, furn. wagoner, 82 n Schroeder 
Borneman Henry W. tailor, 171 Ensor 
Bornhage Mrs. Mary, confec'ry, 35 Saratoga 
Bornheim Wm. clothier, 96 Low 
Bornhorn Henry J carpenter, 73 Bank 
Boms Joseph, grocery, 455 Lexington 
Borring Mrs. Sarah, 96 s Paca 
Borrouich George, s w cor Grant and Water 
Borrouich Thomas, barkeeper, 5 e Fayette 

Borton , cabinet maker, 119 n Gay 

Borts Keno, shoemaker, 7 China 

Borum Sterling, mariner, s w cor Pratt and 

Gough 
Bory Frederick, laborer, 6 Bouldin al 
Bosche Henry, laborer, 6 Fort av 
Boschert Martin, carpenter, 2n Durham 
Bosee Henry, clerk, 180 c Baltimore 
Bosee Mary, teacher, 166 w Biddle 
Bose William, office over 128 w Baltimore, 

dw 114 St. Paul 
Bosefeldt Wm., cigar maker, 8 e Lombard 
Bosh George H. farmer, 96 n Ann 
Boshammer Henry, wagoner, 271 Eastern av 
Bosinger Mrs. John, washerwoman, 533 

Canton av 
Boslcy Charles G. clerk, 91 McCulloh 
Bosley Charles H. caulker, 143 Johnson 
Bosley George W. soldier, 112 St. Peter 
Bosley Henry C. currier, 146 Aisquith 
Bosley James H. forwarding and commission 

merchant, 203 North, dw 91 McCulloh 
Bosley John C. clerk, 150 o Eig-^r 
Bosley J. W. caulker, 142 Washington, P. H 
Bosley Joshua N. (Carman & Bosley,) 644 

Lexington 
Bosley Mrs. Sarah, 134 w Fayette 
Bosley Washington, conductor, 125 s High 
Bosley Wm. H. printer, 54 n Bond 



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Bosnian Capt. Isaac H. mariner, 476 s Bond 
Bosman Thomas E. mariner, 100 s Castle * 
Bosman Wm. H. soldier, 225 Hanover 
Bosmith Wm. J. ship sawyer, 210 Cross 
Boss Francis, 187 s Eden 
Boss Geo. L. dealer in wines, 59)^ s Charles, 

dw 21 Chatsworlh 
Boss George, mariner, 139 s Bond 
Boss Henry, plumber, 109 Thames, dw 139 s 

Bond 
Boss Henry, upholsterer, 34 n Greene 
Boss John Henry, 179 s Eden 
Boss Martha, 28 n Bond 
Boss Nap, watchman, 191 e Pratt 
Bosse Antone, saloon, 59 s Wolfe 
Bossee Andreas, shoemak' 51 L. Montgomery 
Bosselle Lewis, cigar maker, 65 Granby 
Bosselle L sr. porter, 65 Granby 
Bossett Paul, telegraph operator, 82 n Charles 
Bossien Charles, cooper, 347 s Sharp 
Bossle Charles, baker, n w cor Chew and 

Somerset 
Bossle Josepl), baker, n w cor Chew and 

Somerset 
Bosson James W. jr. (Bosson & Rubens,) 99 

Chatsworth 

BOSSON & RUBENS, (J. W. Bos- 
son, Jr., and J. C. Rubens,) practi- 
cal Upholsterers, 19 north Eutaw. 

Boston Charles G. operator police telegraph, 

67 s High 
Boston Charles, carpenter, 119 s Eden 
Boston Francis A. boiler maker, 13 William- 
son al 
Boston Frederick, laborer, 69 Elliott 
Boston Jacob, messenger Central High School, 

n w cor. HoUiday and Fayette 
Boston John E. H. (E. L. Parker & Co.) 415 

w Fayette 
Boston John, ship joiner, 253 Eastern av 
Boston Mrs. Mary, 205 Rnborg 
Boston Samuel A. puddler, 163 s Wolfe 
BOSTON STEAMSHIP WHARF, foot of 

Frederick-st dock 
Boston Wm T. sail maker, 119 s Eden 
Boswell Benjamin, turner, 104 Franklin 
BOSWELL & DORSETT, (M. F. S. Bos- 
well, John F. Dorsett,) grocers, commission 
and forwarding merchants, 143 w Pratt 
Boswell Fielder E. S. clerk, 204 w Biddle 
Boswell M. F. S. (Boswell & Dorsett,) 159 n 

Charles 
Boswell Marriott, clerk, 171 Saratoga 
Boswell Wm. brickmaker, 134 Columbia 
Bosworth Ebenezer C. clerk, 11 s Carey 
Bosworth Jeremiah, messenger Adams Ex- 
press, 46 s Schroeder 
Bosworth Keziah, lis Carey 
Bosworth Thomas, custom house officer, 110 

Orleans 
Botcher Mrs. Catharine, laundress, 498 Cross 
Boteler Beverly W. clerk B. & 0. R. R., 481 

w Fayette 
BOTELER C. R. dentist, 183 e Baltimore 
Boteler Charles J. machinist, 236 Saratoga 
Boteler Joseph, carpenter, 56 Josephine 
Boteler Mrs. Sarah, 98 s Paca 
Botemiller Henry, laborer, 46 Lancaster 
Both Harman, fruit stand, 154 Light-st whf. 
Both Henry, drayman, 431 w Baltimore 



Both Samuel, 610 Lexington 
Bothe Julius, music teacher, 610 Lexington 
Bothe Julius, teacher, 200 Cross 
BOTHMANN CHARLES, grocery and 

liquors, 210 Hanover 
BOTHMANN GUSTAVrS, Washington 

House, wine and lager beer saloon, 284 

w Pratt 
Rolling Frederick, laborer, 53 Watson 
Botolph Bro. Calvert Hall, 79 Saratoga 
Bott Frederick, stone mason, 42"Penna. av 
Bottinger Andrew, shoemaker, 91 n Spring 
Bottomnr Frederick G. clerk, 112 Saratoga 
Bottrill Francis, brass finisher, 180 e Madison 
Bottrill Francis, furniture wagoner, 3 Bolton 
Bottrill Isabel, 179 e Monument 
Botls Nicholas, laborer, n e cor Elliott and 

East av 
Bolts Wm. H. clerk, 16 s Chester 
Botz John, laborer, 93 s Chapel 
Botzer George, tailor, 66 Somerset 
Botzer John, tailor, 243 e Eager 
Boubert Mrs. Catharine, 90 Granby 
Bouchart John, painter, 77 Preston 
Boucher Wm. Jr., musical instrument maker, 

38 e Baltimore, dw 77 Cathedral 
Bouchet Joseph A. stone cutter, 29 Constitu- 
tion 
Bouchet John M. printer, s e cor Monument 

and Spring 
Bouchey Charles, cigar maker, 85 McElderry 
Boucsein Lewis, apothecary, s e cor Pratt and 

Eden 
Bouer Mrs. M. tailoress, 216 e Eager 
Bonis Aihn jr. plumber, Broadway near Jef- 
ferson 
BOULDEN & HELLEN, (J. E. P. Boulden, 

W. F. Hellen,) stock and gold brokers, 4 

North 
Boulden Jarcd, (Swain & Boulden,) 43 s Bond 
Boulden J. E. P. (Boulden & Hellen,) 161 St. 

Paul 
Boulden Wm. J. letter carrier, 14 s Chester 
Bouldin Mrs. Ariana, 215 Aisquith 
Eouldin Augustus, (Owen Bouldin & Bro.) 

38 Aisquidi 
Bouldin Mrs. Jane A. cor Belair and Chopt'k 
BOJJLDIN OWEN & BRO. (R Bouldin, 0. 

Bouldin,) surveyors, over 11 North 
Bouldin Owen, (0. Bouldin & Bro.) 63 e 

Fayette 
Bouldin Randolph J. attorney, 6 St. Paul, dw 

266 e Lombard 
Bouldin Richard J. (Owen Eouldin & Bro.) 

63 e Fayette 
Bouldin Dr. Robert R. 23 n Calvert 
Bouldin Miss Susan S. clerk Bible House, 215 

Aisquith 
Boult Thomas H. pilot, 18 s Ann 
Boumgartner Adam, shoemak. 1 Elizabeth la 
Bourguet Francis, 532 Lexington 
Bourke James, laborer, 519 w Baltimore 
Bourke Wm. F. 95 Mulberry 
Bourne George, (James S. Owens & Co.) Gil- 

mor between Lexington and Saratoga 
Bourne John, 50 n Gilmor 
Bourne Samuel, hatter, 53^^ Harrison 
Bourne Thomas, grocery, s w cor Holland 

and Eden 
Bourne & Weems, (W. L. Bourne, T. N. 

Weems,) tobacconists, 189 w Baltimore 
Bourne Wm. L. tobacconist, 40 s Eutaw 
Boury Joseph, 255 n Eutaw 



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Bouscli Conrad, laborer, 60 Philpot 
Bouse Conrad, laborer, 129 Sarah Ann 
Bouse John, boiler maker, Patuxent near 

O'Donnell 
Bouse Wm. watchman, Patuxent between 

O'Donnell and Elliott 
Boutwell Minson, sailmaker, 450 w Baltimore 
Howard John, carpenter, 66 Scott 
Bowdell Mrs. Sallie, 76 n Calvert 
Bowden Mrs. Jane, grocery, 139 e Madison 
Bowden Neptune, cigars and pipes, 30 e Bal- 
timore 
Bowdoin George E. commission merchant, 95 

Smiths wharf, dw 130 n Charles 
Bowdoin Wm. G. bookkeeper, (Alexander 

Brown & Sons,) 130 n Charles 
Bowei^Andrew J. 296 n Gay 
Bowen Amos, conductor, 390 w Lombard 
Bo wen Benjamin, baker, 233 n Bond 
Bowen Charles, 121 s Caroline 
Bowen Rev. Charles, chaplain Camden-st U. 

S. hospital, dw Clifton near Penna. av 
Bowen Capt. Charles H. 101 William 
Bowen Edward, painter, 97 Gough 
Bowen Edward, butcher, 1 n Wolfe 
Bowen Ellis, stone cutter, 302 Franklin 
BOWE\ & FAIRBANK, (Levi Bowen, Ed- 
ward Fairbank,) ship smiths, foot Hamburg 
Bowen George S. clerk, 20 Jackson square 
Bowen George W. printer, 40 w Biddle 
Bowen George, (Bausmith & Bowen,) 20 

Jackson square 
Bowen George W. (Bowen & Mercer,) 20 

Jackson square 
Bowen George W. butcher, 82 Lexington 

market, dw 54 w Hoffman 
Bowen Granville, carpenter, 8 Fremont 
Bowen Henrietta, confectionery, 6 Preston 
Bowen Isaac, grocer, n e cor Penna. av and 

Clifton 
Bowen Jesse N. stationery, 265 n Gay 
Bowen John F. butcher, 68 Lexington mar- 
ket, dw Penna. av extended 
Bowen John L. salesman, over 236 w Balto. 
Bowen John McC clerk, 546 Lexington 
Bowen John, copper smeller, 14 Cuba 
Bowen Joseph L. machinist, 127 Garden 
Bowen Joseph M. clerk P. O., Eagle Hotel 

132 Hillen 
Bowen Levi K. merchant. Howard house 
Bowen Levi, (Bowen & Fairbank,) 67 Wil- 
liam 
Bowen Louisa, confectioner, 6 Preston 
Bowen & Mercer, (George W. Bowen, Chas. 
H. Mercer,) oil dealers, 3 Exchange place 
Bowen Mary A. 6 Preston 
Bowen Nathaniel M shoemaker, 20 Camden 
Bowen Nicholas, tavern, 22 Foundry 
Bowen Oswald, varnisher, 159 Orleans 
Bowen Osborn, chair painter, s e cor Orleans 

and Qallis 
Bowen Richard S. (Adkisson & C>.) 1S9 

Hanover 
Bowen Samuel W. plasterer, 134 n Elen 
Bowen Soiomon, flour and feed, 855 w Balto. 
Bowen S J. 546 Lexington 
Bowen Thos. cattle dealer, 771 Northern av 
Bowen Thos. 11. painter, 23 German, dsv 227 

e Baltimore 
Bowen Theodore, laborer, 31 Buren 
Bowen Wesley, broom maker, 284 Mulberry 
Bowen Wm. plasterer, 301 Light 
Bowen Wm. machinist, 28 e Madison | 



Bowen Wm. P. bricklayer, Federal n of Hud- 

. son al 

Bower Caspar, 23 Philpot 

Bower Carl, pharraaceutigt, n e cor Calhoun 

and Baltimore 
Bower Ciiristian, laborer, 64 Granby 
Bower Conrad, restaurant, 33 Thames 
Bower Francis, cooper, 5 Sterrett 
Bower George, cabinet maker, 342 s Sharp 
Bower George, wheelwright, 203 Elliott 
Bower John, shoe maker, 95 n Calvert 
Bower John A. shoemaker, 110 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Bower Mrs. John J. 494 Saratoga 
Bower J. Jacob, butcher, 510 Saratoga 
Bower John, tinner, 156 n Eden 
Bower John, ship carpenter, 28 Philpot 
Bower John, grocery, 19 McElderry 
Bower John, baker, 130 s Bond 
Bower Lewis, butcher, 631 w Lombard 
Bower Louis, tailor, 72 s Bethel 
Bower Mrs., 141 s Exeter 
Bower Mrs. M. N., Mound near Cathedral 
Bower Nicholas, laborer, 270 s Caroline 
Bower Nicholas, shoemaker, 13 Chew 
Bower Peter, ship carpenter, 70 Lancaster 
Bower Wm. jr. machinist, 205 Conway 
Bower Wm. car tender, 205 Conway 
Bowerman Andreas, tailor, 345 e Lombard 
Bowerman Henry N. bookkeeper, 537 w 

Fayette 
Bowerman Henry, bookkeeper, 537 w Fayette 
Bowerman James B. (Hyland, Woods & Co.) 

537 w Fayette 
Bowerman Col. Richard N. 50 Courtland 
Bowerman Wm. H. clerk, 537 w Fayette 
Bowers Adam, laborer, 161 L. Green 
Bowers Annie, washerwoman, 170 s Wolfe 
Bowers Andrew, cabinet maker, 7 Park 
Bowers Bernardina, grocery, 7 Park 
Bowers Catharine, washerwoman, 126Raborg 
Bowers Charles, mariner, 121 s Caroline 
Bowers Charles, moulder, 205 Conway 
Bowers Charles, police, 366 n Gay 
Bowers Edward, artist, 144 e Monument 
Bowers Franklin, grocery, 68 Bank 
Bowers Frederick, painter, 244 Conway 
Bowers George, shoemaker, 25 n Dallas 
Bowers George, confectioner, 492 Lexington 
Bowers George, laborer, 60 Walnut al 
Bowers George, tavern, s e cor Canton av and 

Essex 
Bowers George, blacksmith, 24 JaspM- 
Bowers George E. (T. G. Bond & Go.) 76 w 

Pratt 
Bowers Gotleib, milk, 393 s Sharp 
Bowers Henry A. ( Wm. Bowers & Sons,) 384 

w Fayette 
B)wers Henry, car driver, 10 Davis 
Bowers Henry, drayman, 49 Harmony al 
Bowers Henry C. wagoner, 35 s Oregon 
Bowers James W. apothecary, 705 w Balti- 
more, dw 5 n Calhoun 
Bowers John, machinist, 112 Cross 
Bowers John H., Dover .west of Fulton 
Bowers John, butcher, 216 Division , 
Bowers John M. shoemaker, 22Chesnut 
Bowers Josiah, machinist, 23 w Lombard 
Bowers Maria L. 16 s Caroline 
Bowers Martin H. plumber, 169 Barre 
Bowers Mary Ann, confec. 23 w Lombard 
Bowers Matthias, carpenter, 144 e Monument 
Bowers Roswell N. bookk'pr. 334 w Fayette 



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Bowers Capt. Thomas, boarding house, 29 w 

Baltimore 
Bowers Thomas, tobacco store, 70 w Pratt, 

dw J76 e Fayette 
Bowers Wm. & Sons, (Wm. Bowers, Wm. 
T. Bowers, Henry A Bowers,) coachma- 
kers, 406 w Baltimore 
Bowers Wm. H. conductor, 52 s Schroedcr 
Bowers Wm. (Wm. Bowers & Sons,) 384 w 

Fayette 
Bowers Wm. T. (Wm. Bowers & Sons,) 222 

German 
Bowers Wm. collar maker, 58 Albemarle 
Bowers Wm. sheet iron worker, 19 James la 
Bowers Wm. employee B. & 0. R. R., 2C5 

Conway 
Bowers Wm. H. moulder, 205 Conway 
Bowers Wm. T. coachniaker, 222 German 
Bowersock Austin, clerk Adams Express, 

328 Saratoga 
Bowersock George W. clerk, 1]6 Pine 
Bowersock J. W. telegraph operator, 116 

Pine 
Bowersock Wm. H. clerk, 116 Pine 
Bowersox David, carpenter, 31 Wagon al 
Bowersox John, carter, 96 St. Peter 
Bowersox Theedore King, 229 Saratoga 
Bowersox Zalia, 13 Carlton 
Bowes John, (Rogers, Bowes & Co.) 629 w 

Lombard 
Bowie Benj. boatman, Chappell near Pcnna av 
Bowie George W. painter, 11 n Bond 
Bowie James, tailor, 11 n Bond 
Bowie Mrs. Maria, 254 Madison av 
Bowie Mrs. Malvina H. 4 McCulloh 
Bowie Wm. gents furnishing store, 241 e Bal- 
timore 
Bowie Wm. tailor, 102 n Bond 
Bowitsch Elias, clotiung, 245 s Cljarles 
Bowker John W. clerk, 154 Conway 
Bowles Jane J. boarding, 281 w Fayette 
Bowles J. S. flour inspector, 11 n Strieker 
Bowling Alexander B. clerk, 81 n Liberty 
Bowling James, ship carpenter, 12 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Bowling James T., U. S. N., 56 s Ann 
Bowling John L. jr. shipsmith, 350 e Fayette 
Bowling John L. shipsmith, 350 e Fayette 
BOWLING J. W. & BRO. (J. Wm. Bow- 
ling, R. R. Bowling,) apothecaries, n e cor. 
Matiison and Riddle 
Bowling R.R. (J. W. Bowling & Bro.) 208 

Madison av 
Bowling Thos. pilot, 56 s Ann 
Bowling Thomas W. bookkeeper, 44 Hanover 
Bowling Wm. I. constable, 145 s Ann 
Bowly Samuel, clerk, 187 Garden 
Bowlingder David, shoemaker, 318 s Charles 
Bowman Catharine, 196 Saratoga 
Bowman Frederick, tailor, 18 Orleans 
Bowman George, laborer, 67 Preston 
Bowman Henry C. plumber, 102 Walsh 
Bowman John W. carter, 102 Walsh 
Bowman Sarah, seamstress, 129 Forrest 
Bowman Wendel, machinist, 199 w Fayette 
BOWMAN WM. general dealer in old iron, 
rags, &c., 116 Eastern av., and s w corner 
Eastern av. and Eden, dw 45 Stiles 
Bowman Wm. laborer, 26 Hamburg 
Bowman Wm. E. clerk, 45 Stiles 
Bowman Wm. glass blower, 141 Montgomery 
Bowmaster Hannah, 27 Union 
Bowne Charles S. police, 58 s Bond 



Bowne Edward S. 142 n Charles 
Bowne Joseph D. 58 s Bond 
Bowness Joseph, laborer, 114 Ramsay 
Bowser Lafayette, sutler, 72 n Exeter 
Bowycr John W. sutler, 99 Aisquith 
Eowyer Theodore, wheelwright, 15 Stirling 
Boxwell Wm. tailor, 325 w Lombard 
Boyce Capt. Albert G. 608 Lexington 
Boyce Charles H. brickmaker, 5 Heath 
BOYCE JAMES, coal merchant and president 

Franklin Coal Co., office over 30 w Second, 

yard, 485 n Howard, dw 291 Madison av^ ^ 
Boyce Thomas, dairyman, 108 s Paca 
Boyd Anna, 126 Henrietta 
Boyd Anna, 54 Hillen 
Boyd Andrew J. police, 242 n Eden 
Boyd Benjamin, shoemaker, 545 Saratoga 
BOYD FRANCIS H. B. fire inspector and 

carpenter, Bradenbaugh al. dw 109 n Exeter 
Royd Frederick, butcher, 146 Columbia 
Boyd Mrs. Harriet, 16 n Choptank 
Boyd Hugh S. constable, 84 n Caroline 
Boyd Capt. Isaac L., substitute broker, 74 

William 
Boyd Jackson, soldier, 84 n Caroline 
Boyd James D. mariner, 203 Bank 
Boyd James H. saddler, 48 German, dw 49 s 

Greene 
Boyd James T. sailor, 128 s Regester 
Boyd James, butcher, 56 Penna. av 
Boyd James, laborer, 4 Sharp ct 
Boyd Jeremiah L. 91 William 
Boyd John C. clerk Associated Firemen 's Ins. 

Co., 317 c Eager 
Boyd John C. E. provisions, s w cor Fremont 

and Columbia 
Boyd John W. sailmaker, 107 s Ann 
Boyd John J. 5 n Carey 
Boyd John, 96 Lee 

BOYD JOHN, dealer in Malt and 
Hops, Malt House, foot of Eutaw 
St. Office 14 South Gay, dw North- 
ern av. — [See p- 13 ^Idvei-tisements.] 

Boyd John L. carpenter. 126 Chew 

Boyd Joseph B. gas fittter and plumber, 8 n 

High 
Boyd Joseph H. lumber merchant, 12 s Caro- 
line, dw 270 e Baltimore 
Boyd Lewis J. M. engineer, 74 William 
Boyd Mrs. Margaret, 42 St. Peter 
Boyd Mrs Mary J. 3 Cathedral 
Boyd Mrs. 39 n High 
Boyd Philip D. clerk P. 0. 716 Lexington 
Boyd Samuel C. shoemaker, 340 e Fayette 
Boyd Samuel, soldier, 545 Saratoga 
Boyd Thomas S. W. saddler, 741 w Baltimore 
Boyd Wm. A. sr. (Wm. A. Boyd & Co.) New 

York 
Boyd Wm. A. jr. (Wm. A. Boyd & Co.) 8 
Townsend 

Boyd Wm. B. American and Ger- 
man Lager Beer and Wine Sa- 
loon, 8 n High 

Boyd Wm. H. puddler, J41 s Washington, 
F. P. 

BOYD WM. A. & CO. (Wm. A. Boyd, B. 
F.Gees, Wm. A. Boyd, jr.,) leaf and manuf.> 
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Boyd Wm. n e cor Gilmor and Liberty road 
Boyd William, merchant tailor, 3 n Charles, 

dw 182 Mulberry 
Boyd Wilson R. (Grove & Boyd,) 24 Hollins 
Beyer Charles H. conductor city pass, cars, 

119 n Bond 
Boyer David, laborer, 24 Carlton 
Boyer Mary, 61 Lancaster 
Boyer Mrs. Nancy, 366 Canton av 
Boyer Thomas, carpenter, 2 Lovely lane, dw 

11 n Caroline 
Boyer Wm. tinner, 11 n Caroline 
Boylan George, tavern, 703 w Baltimore 
Boylan James, mariner, 59 Harford av 
Boylan Michael, laborer, 210 Raborg 
Boylan Thomas, laborer, 24 Conway 
Boyle Capt. Andrew, mariner, 83 North 
Boyle Bernard, laborer, cor Holiday and Bath 
Boyle Charles, laborer, 55 s Dewberry al 
Boyle Mrs. Edward, 29 w Biddle 
Boyle Gideon K. clerk, 173 Mulberry 
Boyle Mrs. Hugh M. 100 w Monument 
Boyle James, grocery, liquor and feed store, 

s w cor Hillcn and Chesnut 
Boyle James W. bookkeeper, 2 Exchange 

Place 
Boyle John, laborer, 50 Mulberry 
Boyle John, laborer, 5 s Choptank 
Boyle John J. 232 Druid Hill av 
Boyle Joshua, clerk, 160 Mulberry 
Boyle Lawrence, grocery, 21 w Chase 
Boyle Martha, hat trimmer, 311 Forrest 
Boyle Michael, laborer, 1 s Schroeder 
Boyle Michael, laborer, 72 Essex 
Boyle Michael, laborer, 66 s Oregon 
Boyle Joshua Y. bookkeeper, 160 Mulberry 
Boyle Susan, seamstress, 23 Ensor 
Boyle Capt. Wm. H., U. S. A. 77 n Broadway 
Boyle Wm. K. printer, 32 s Sharp 
Boylen James, hackman, 5 s Paca 
Boyles James, laborer, 246 Columbia 
Boxold George N. ship carpenter, Orleans be- 
tween Broadway and Ann 
Bozman Alexander laborer, 235 Cross 
Braby Henry, grainer and ornamental painter, 

cor Harrison and Baltimore, dw 17 Holland 
Brack Albert, gu)ismith, 36 Holiday 
BRACK CHAS. E. apothecary, 17 Brown 
Brack Sylvester, tailor, 8 Madison ct 
Brackenridge Thomas, carter, 338 n Howard' 
Brackelt John, baker, 239 Mulberry 
Brackett Joseph M. soldier, 80 Camden 
Brackin Henry, 136 Cathedral 
Brackin John, tin and sheet iron worker, 182 

n Exeter 
Brackin John, plasterer, 119 Vine 
Brackin John, bricklayer, 117 Harford av 
Brackland B. jeweler and watchmak. 8 e Pratt 
BraconierGustave, bookkeeper, 248 w Fayette 
Bradburn Capt. Louis T. 134 e Monument 
Bradburn Mrs. Sarah, 134 o Monument 
Bradbury John, machinist, 11 McHenry 
Bradbury Robert R. mariner, 154 s Ann 
Bradbury Samuel B. ship carpenter, 154 s Ann 
Braden George, laijorer, 276 n Howard 
Eraden George W. salesman, 176 n Howard 
Braden James (F. King & Co.) Bolton near 

Lanvale 
Braden Robert J. salesman, 97 Mount Royal 
Braden Wm. jr. salesman, 132 Preston 
Braden Wm.276 n Howard 
• Bradenbaugh Jacob, watchmaker, Frederick 

av. w of Mount 



Bradenbaugh J. Oliver, clerk, 32 s Sharp 
Bradford Benjamin F. salesman, 40 Lexington 
Bradford Dr. Charles H. 76 Aisquith 
Bradford George W. produce com. merchant, 
cor Franklin and Eutaw, dw 282 n Howard 
Bradford James, laborer, 39 Dolphin 
Bradford John, blacksmith, 8 Frederick av, 

dw 452 Lexington 
Bradford John A. blacksmith, 452 Lexington 
Bradford Mary, millinery goods, 155 w Mad- 
ison 
Bradford Samuel, clerk, 76 Aisquith 
Bradford Thomas, cleVk, 204 Garden 
Bradford Wm. J. soldier, 9 Vincent 
Bradford Wm. jr. blacksmith, Calverton Mills 

near Almshouse 
Bradley Alexander, carpenter, 113 St. Paul 
Bradley E. B. bookkeeper, 409 w Fayette 
Bradley Hezekiah, 83 Hill 
Bradley Hugh, hackman, 26 n Fremont 
Bradley Isabella, 21 New 
Bradley James, laborer, 154 Greenmount av 
Bradley James H. cigar maker, 83 Hill 
Bradley James, laborer, 16 Spruce al 
Bradley James L. cigar maker, 113 Hill 
Bradley John C. caulker, 80 Hill 
Bradley John, gas fitter, 5 n Poppleton 
Bradley John, grocery, 96 Stirling 
Bradley Rev. Joseph H. 11 Watson 
Bradley Kate A. preceptress in English and 

Belle Lettres, 53 St. Paul 
Bradley Mary, grocery, 12 s Front 
Bradley Margaret, 18 Albemarle 
Bradley Mary, 38 Cathedral 
Bradley Patrick E. grocer, 168 e Pratt 
Bradley Patrick, hackman, 823 w Baltimore 
Bradley Robert H. painter, 53 s Caroline 
Bradley Samuel, ship joiner, 241 Gough 
Bradley Thomas B. cigar maker, 83 Hill 
Bradley Wm. E. bookbinder, 18 Albemarle 

BRADSTREET J. M. & SON, im- 
proved mercantile agency, 247 
Broadway, New- York, and 59 
Second, Baltimore; A. H. Clai'k, 
Superintendent. 

Bradshaw Capt. John J. 68 s High 

Brady Ann, 4 Mulberry 

Brady Anna, grocery, 282 Montgomery 

Brady Bernard, laborer, 68 York 

Brady Catharine, 218 n Howard 

Brady Conrad, locksmith, 173 Columbia 

Brady Daniel J. B. clerk, 4 Mulberry 

Brady Dennis, laborer, 36 Eastern av 

Brady Edward, carpenter, over 129 n. Calvert, 

dw cor Howard and Madison 
Brady Edwin, tailor, 84 n Eden 
Brady Ellen, 249 s Dallas 
Brady Emily, 194 Mullikin 
Brady George, laborer, 153 Conway 
Brady George C. conductor B. & 0. R. R. 17 

Scott 
Brady George "W. engineer, 74 Druid Hill av 
Brady George W. sailmaker, 19 Gough 
Brady Greenbury, block and pump maker, 

153 w Hoffman 
Brady Hannah, 333 s Bond 
Brady Hugh, contractor, 31 w Biddle 
Brady Hugh, clerk, 227 w Biddle 
Brady James, stone cutter, 227 w Biddle 
Brady J as. boots and shoes, 472 w Baltimore 



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Brady Lieut. James T. 502 w Pratt 
Brady Jas. H. carpenter, 150 Scott 
Brady James, stone cutter, cor Biddle and 

Morris al 
Brady Capt. James W. 89 s Bond 
Brady James W. bookkeeper, 89 s Bond 
Brady John, bookseller, 104 Lexington 
Brady John, carpenter, 256 n Eutaw 
Brady John F. 472 w Baltimore 
Brady Joseph, engine tender, 150 Scott 
Brady Joseph H. laborer. Canton av 
Brady John, (Coyle, Mooney & Brady,) 4 

Mulberry 
Brady John W. S. (J. Parkhurst, jr. & Co.) 

73 St. Paul 
Brady Laura B. tailoress, 409 e Fayette 
Brady Lawrence E. groceries and dry goods, 

216 and 218 Harford av 
Brady Margaret, 249 s Dallas 
Brady Mary, 227 w Biddle 
Brady Michael, laborer, 256 n Eutaw 
Brady Michael, laborer, rear 110 Dugan's whf 
Brady Michael, boat builder, 336 s Bond 
Brady Patrick, nurse, 272 Lexington 
Brady Patrick, laborer, 227 Hanover 
Brady Robert H. painter, 32 Anthony 
Brady Rose, 75 s Chapel 
Brady Thomas, tailor, 158 Pear! 
Brady Thomas F. engineer, 153 w Hoffman 
Brady Wm. laborer, 233 Gough 
Brady Wm. F. clerk N. C. R. 31 w Biddle 
Bradyhouse Capt. Thomas, 23 s Ann 
Bradyhouse Thomas, boat builder, foot of 

Bond, dw 23 s Ann 
Bradyhouse Wm. watchman, 138 s Wolfe 
Braeger Joseph, tailor, 164 Stirling 
Braeger Wm. locksmitii, 22 New 
Eraeninger Wm. machinist, 69 Portland 
Braerdenstein August, soldier, 83 Eastern av 
Brafman Abraham, clothier, 32 Centre Market 

space 
Bragg Abraham, 125 n Howard 
Bragg John, carpenter, 169 Pierce 
Bragg Simon, furniture, 45 Penna. av 
Bragg Capt. Wm. F. 519 Saratoga 
Brahara John, tailor, 1 Port 
Braidwood John, police, 500 w Lombard 
Braidwood John, police, Saratoga between 

Schroeder and Oregon 
Braim Casper, laborer, 47 Aliceanna 
Braim Paul, wood sawyer, 17 Greene ct 
Braim Valentine, tailor, 47 Aliceanna 
Brairnard Wm. 17 Holland 
Braker Ludwick, tailor, 18 Shakspeare 
Brail George, shoemaker, 143 n Dallas 
Bramble Charles, salesman, 56 n Caroline 
Bramble Henry T. pilot, 10 Hamburg 
Bramble Sol. W. harness maker, 143 s Paca 
Bramble Thomas, mariner, 226 Barre 
Bramble Tyson, huckster, 158 n Spring 
Bramble Zora, police, 93 Druid Hill av 
Brame Stephen, cabinet maker, 68 Short 
Bramer George, shoemaker, Garrison, n of 

Frederick road 
Bramwell Mrs. Amanda, dry goods, 143 Co- 
lumbia 
Branch Charles L. clerk Quartermaster's de- 
partment, 23 n Calvert 
Brand Ann, 106 Saratoga 
Brand Alexander J. 160 n Eutaw 
Brand Charles, cabinet maker, 277 Canton av 
Brand Charles, carpenter, 229 s Wolfe 
Brandau Jacob, shoemaker, 12 s Republican 



Brandau Frederick, lager beer, 61 President 

Brandau Rev. G. H. 135 n Paca 

Brandau John P. butcher, 66 Belair Market, 

dw Jenkins' la rear Greenmount cemetery 
Brandel Ferdinand, boot stitcher, 18 n Front 
Brandell Mathias, brewer. Mount Pleasant, 

Garrison lane n of Frederick road 
Brandel George coach trimmer, 228 Aisquith 
Brandes Fred'k F. cabinet maker, 27 e Pratt 
Brandes Susanna, fancy store, 27 e Pratt 
Brandmuller George, shoemaker, 101 West 
Brandt August, shoemaker, 57 s Bond 
Brandt Bernard, (Herman Brandt & Bro.) 29 

Saratoga 
Brandt Emil, shoemaker, 199 s Broadway 
Brandt Francis, 33 Philpot al 
Brandt Henry, shoemaker, 20 s Eutaw 
Brandt Henry, lager beer saloon, 42 Green- 
mount av 
Brandt Herman & Brother, (H. Brandt, B. 

Brandt,) morocco dressers, 29 Saratoga 
Brandt Jacob jr. merchant, over 88 Light st. 

wharf, dw 392 Eutaw place 
Brandt John, drayman, 130 s Eden 
Brandt John, cooper, 4 Hasselbcrger ct 
Brandt John,, shoemaker, 256 e Pratt 
Brandt John H. clerk, 424 w Lombard 
Brandt Louis, cigar store, 42 e Pratt 
Brandt Louis, shoemaker, 255 s Bond 
Brandt Louis, musician, 23 n Calvert 
Brandt Mrs. Margarelta, 56 n Eutaw 
Brandt Susan, dressmaker, 244 e Baltimore 
Brandy Michael, horse shoer, 138 Camden, 

dw 104 s Eutaw 
Branhoff Henry, shoemaker, 369 s Kutaw 
Branigan James, hostler, 77 Druid Hill av 
Braning John, ship joiner, 86 Williaiii 
Branna"n Effie, 132 Pearl 
Brannon Ellen, 62 McCulloh 
Brannan Mrs. Eliza 15 Hill 
Brannan Mrs. Eliza J. 24 Hill 
Brannan Erasmus J. cigar maker, 79 McEl- 

derry 
Brannan Frances, 76 n Calvert 
Brannan George, com. mercht. 24 Pleasant 
Brannan James, laborer, 149 York 
Brannan John, 62 McCulloh 
Brannan John B. stair builder, 16 n High, 

dw 193 e Pratt 
Brannan Miss Mary, 132 Pearl 
Brannan Mrs. Mary, 140 e Lombard 
Brannan Robert, sutler, 206 e Lombard 
Brannan Mrs. Sarah, JO Lee 
Brannan Thomas, tailor, Hubbard al 
Brannan Thomas, 24 Pleasant 
Brannan Wm. puddler, Canton av nr Burke 
Brannen Ellen, 9 Slerrett 
Brannen George, laborer, 188 s Chapel 
Brannen John, laborer, 5.^ s Chapel 
Brannen John, laborer, 16 Diamond 
Brannen John, ship carpenter, 2'?.3 Light 
Branner Adam, drayman, 234 Aliceanna 
Brannon James, engineer, 17 Hill 
Brannt John, glove maker, 65 Centre Market 

space 
Branson Joseph, senr., 16 n Eutaw 
Branson Joseph, jr., 16 n Eutaw 
Brant George, laborer, 184 Cross 
Brant James F. butcher. Mount 
Brant Joseph, grocery, 537 Lexington 
Brant Margaret, 56 n Eutaw 
Brant Mary, 65 s Howard 
Brantine Aquilina, glazier, 6 East 



iT. HEIVRY GIESE:, Commission MercUaiit, for the sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, Jko. 
Rosendale Cemei^tt and Calcined Plaster constantly on hand, 21 Spear's Wbarf. 



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Brasch John, laborer, 305 s Bond 

Brashear George W coach maker, 207 Ches- 

nut 
Brashears Jeremiah, coach maker, 23 n Lib- 
erty 
Brashears John B. cab. maker, 160 German 
Brashears John R. clerk, German e of Penn 
Brashears John T. custom house, 38 Gough 
Brashears Robert J. police, 23 Mott 
Brashears S. 134 s Howard 
Brashears William, blacksmith, 134 s Howard 
Brashears Z. D. sec'y Baltimore Association 
for Imp. Condition of Poor, 207 e Fayette 
Brass Joseph, 39 Barre 
Bratt Noah, engineer, 53 Warren 
Bratt Thomas, machinist, 151 Holiins 
Bratthol William, porter, 177 s Regester 
Bratzel John, milkman, 135 Johnson 
Bratzell Jacob, brickmaker, 608 Light 
Brauer Henry, butcher, 34 Belair market, dw 

Belair av near Baltimore Cemetery 
Brauer H. cabinet maker, 88 n Howard 
Brauer John, plasterer, 84 n Schroeder 
Brauer John, lager beer, 182 e Madison 
Brauer Peter, bar tender, 27 w Pratt 
Brauer Tobias, cabinet maker, 125 Raborg 
Braul William, (Lion & Braul) 53 Portland 
Braum Julius, shoemaker, 89 e Lombard 
Braun John J. butcher, 211 Frederick av 
Braun John J. baker, 178 Columbia 
Braun John B. 26 Camden 
Braunstall Mrs. Catherine, 71 Druid Hill av 
BRAUNS F. L. & CO. (J. D. Kremelberg) 
general shipping and commission mercht's, 
s e cor Lombard and Cheapside 
Brauns Ferdinand. .'328 Lexington 
Brauns F. L. (F. L. Brauns & Co.) 328 Lex- 
ington 
Brauns Rev. F. W. 328 Lexington 
Brauns Henry, architect, 328 Lexington 
Braury Edward, laborer, 250 s Durham 
Brautigam Michael, shoemaker, 54 Park 
Brawdcrs Thomas J. plumber, 91 n Howard, 

dw 39 Hoffman 
Brawner Andrew H. conductor city cars, 78 

Ensor 
Brawner Andrew, 78 Ensor 
Brawner Andrew W. 78 Ensor 
Brawner Charles A. constable, 78 Ensor 
Brawner Charles A. bricklayer, 78 Ensor 
Brawner, Daniel W. clerk, 78 Ensor 
Brawner, George A. printer, 78 Ensor 
Brawner James H. clerk, 104 Hill 
Brawner Robert G. butcher. 391 Penn av 
Brawner Wm. M. clerk, 78 Ensor 
Braxon Charles, bar tender, 788 w Baltimore 
Brayden Catherine, 132 Preston 
Brayden William, grocery, 132 Preston 
Bray ton Charles, jeweler, 89 n Howard 
Brazier Sarah A. 79 n Fremont 
Brazier William, carpenter, 100 Goodman al 
Breanier John, cigar maker, 186 s Sharp 
BRECHT CHARLES, translator custom 
house, appraiser's office, 396 e Monument 
Brecht George, carpenter, 331 s Bond 
Breckinridge John C. clerk, 167 German 
Bredekamp Harman, grocery, 316 s Sharp 
Breene Michael, peddler, 31 Haw 
Breescl Wm. tailor, .309 Mulberry' 
Breeze Benjamin, shoemaker, 95 n Calvert 
Bregel Henry, saddler, 266 Aisquith 
Bregel John J. carpenter, 112 McElderry 
Bregel John J. saddler, 77 n Gay 



Bregel Joseph F. confectioner, 71 n Gay 
Eregenza Casper, stone cutter, 137 Welcome al 
Brehm George, laborer, 191 n Dallas 
Brehm Sebastian, shoemaker, 8 Garden 
BREHME O. & CO. (O. Brehme & E. Schu- 
macher) importers and dry goods commis- 
sinn merchants, over 24 Hanover 
Brehme 0. (0. Brehme & Co.) 297 Madison av 
Breidenbach Alveus, trimmings, 114 Holiins 
Breinig John, painter, 199 Lee 
Breinlein John, laborer, 146 Raborg 
Breinlein Mary, grocery, 146 Raborg 
Breitswerd Conrad, bl'ksmith, 251 Aliceanna 
Brell Andrew, laborer, 66 Short 
Brell John, butcher, 6^ Short 
Brem Michael, moulder, 179Lemmon 
Bremer Balzer, finisher, 623 w Pratt 
Bremer Mrs. Catherine, 85 Harrison 
Bremer George, tailor, 23 s Spring 
Bremer Henry, fruit preserver, 261 w Biddle 
Brenan Edmund, cooper, 123 Bank 
Erenan Mrs. Harriet, 93 w Biddle 
Brenan John P. A. mahogany, 35 n Gay 
* Brenan Peter E. mahogany, 21 n Gay, dw 35 
Brendel John G. baker, 498 Lexington 
Brendmeir Michael, hostler, 22 Preston 
Brengle James S. clerk Ericsson Steamboat 

Co. dw 32 Cathedral 
Brent George, s w cor Gay and Exeter 
Brent Robert J. attorney, 31 Lexington, dw 

93 Cathedral 
Brent William C. carpenter, 18 Garden 
Brental Nicholas, tailor, 3 Biddle al 
Brennan Bridget, 9 Fish Market space 
Brennan Peter, wheelwright, 108 North 
Brenner & Bro. (Solomon Brenner & Joseph 
Brenner) wholesale and retail clothiers, n e 
cor Bond and Thames 
Brenner James, tailor, 18 Stiles 
Brenner Joseph, wood sawyer, 190 East 
Brenner Joseph, jr., (M. Brenner & Co.) 70 

s Broadway 
Brenner Joseph, (Brenner & Bro.) 22 Jackson 

Square 
Brenner Joseph, clerk, 70 s Broadway 
Brenner Moses, (M. Brenner & Co.) ^70 

Broadway 
BRENNER MOSES & CO. (M. Brenner, 
W. Brenner, J. Brenner, jr.) clothiers, 96 
w Pratt, and u e cor Bond and Thames 
Brenner Robert, carpenter, 445 Saratoga 
Brenner Solomon, 70 s Broadway 
Brenner William (M. Brenner & Co.) 70 s 

Broadway 
Brennfleck George, cooper, 34 Elizabeth la 
Brennink George, mariner, 184 s Ann 
Brenton Mrs. Mary, 276 s Charles 
Breslauer Abraham, second hand dealer, 213 

s Charles 
Breslauer Hirsch, second hand dealer, 345 s 

Charles 
Bressler Henry, shoemaker, 30 Frederick av 
Brethow Peter, laborer, 64 Johnson 
Breuehl Justus, pocket book manufacturer, 60 

Gran by 
Bruehl John, cigar maker, 60 Granby 
Brevitt Mrs. C. S. 177 n Eutaw 
Brevitt Joseph W. clerk, 177 n Eutaw 
Brewer, Mrs. Charles, boarding, 48 Hanover 
Brewer & Co. (C. Brewei- & H. Carroll,) res- 
taurant, 4 s Frederick 
Brewer Charles, (Brewer & Co.) 4 s Frederick 
Brewer Mrs. E. A. 51 Columbia 



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Brewer Mrs. Georse, 386 Franklin 

Brewer George, (Aldridge & Brewer,) 81 n 

Charles 
Brewer Dr. G. G. 76 n Greene 
Brewer James R. printer, 51 Columbia 
Brewer John, butcher. 111 Greenmount av 
Brewer John M. attorney, 59}^ w Fayette, 

dw 10 w Townsend 
Brewer John, 52 Preston 
Brewer John, substitute broker, 14 Lloyd 
Brewer Dr. Marbury, 245 w Biddle 
Brewer Mrs. Matilda, 386 Franklin 
Brewer Nicholas, bounty land and property 

agent, 84 Aisquith 
Brewer Thomas, moulder, 112 William 
Brewer William, laborer, 3 Hope al 
Brewster Edward S. clerk, 205 w Fayette 
Brewster Mrs. Ellen, cake shop, 152 s Eutaw 
Brewster Henry, ship builder, 144 Chesapeake 
Brewster Wm. laborer, 49 e Eager 
Brianger William, machinist, 69 Portland 
Brian Edward A. salesman, 287 e Fayette 
Brian Mrs. Elizabeth. 152 s Ann 
Brian Isabella, IS.S w Madison 
Brian James, 276 n Gay 
Brian. Jennie, teacher, 287 e Fayette 
Brian Joseph L. law student, 136 n Gay 
Brian Joseph, 89 Ensor 
Brian John G. hardware, 136 n Gay 
Brian L. teacher, 287 e Fayette 
Brian Rebecca, 287 e Fayette 
Brian Thomas P. currier, 319 e Monument 
Brian Wm. E. carpenter, 217 HoUins 
Brian William, 127 s Bond 
Brice Frederick, carpenter, 257 e Chase 
BRICE GEO. H. attorney, 46 St. Paul, dw 

159 w Biddle 
Brice Mrs.' Isabella, 28 Columbia 
Brice Misses, 72 n Charles 
Brice Misses M. E. & A. M. 36 Courtland 
Brice Robert, drayman, 351 Columbia 
Brice Mrs. Susan, dressmaker, 284 Saratoga 
Brice Thomas, carpenter, 23 Gough 
Brice Wm. N. clerk, 72 n Charles 
Bricher George, laborer, 30 Cross 
BRICKENSTEIN L. C. attorney, office 61 

w Fayette, dw 26 Garden 
Brickhousc Smith L. carpenter, 218 Columbia 
Brickman Rev. A. 0. 225 e Fayette 
Brickman Wm. shoemaker, 154 Henrietta 
Brickner Charles, blacksmith, 140 Camden 
Brickner Charles, piano maker, 39 Portland 
Bride Cotter, rustic furniture, Townsend near 

John 
Bride Daniel, justice of the peace, 167 n Paca 
Bride Daniel, justice of the peace, 32 n Eutaw 
Bride John H. property agent and collector, 

139 w Madison 
Bridegroom Mrs. Louisa, tailoress, 49 Orchard 
Bridener Jacob, gas inspector, 25 n Fremont 
Bridener John, painter, 25 n Fremont 
Bridener Philip, carpenter, 199 w Biddle 
Bridenstine Mrs. Caroline, 89 s High 
Bridge Lizzie, 58 e Baltimore 
Bridge Richard S. sign painter, 58 e Baltimore 
Bridge Stephen L. (Sleever & Co) 29 Gough 
Bridge Stephen, assistant assessor 2d district, 

office 58 e Baltimore 
Bridge Stephen, livery stable, 29 Gough 
Bridges Geo. H. (William Bridges & Son,) 42 

German 
Bridges J. C. (J. C. Bridges & Co.) 188 w 

Lombard 



BRIDGES JOHN C. & CO. (J. C. Brilges, 
G. M. Forney, W. F. Lockwood, J. B. 
Waidner,) wholesale grocers 6, 8, 10 & 12 
Commerce 
Bridges Joseph, mariner, 215 Gough 
Bridges Wm. & Son, (Wm. Bridges, Geo. 
H. Bridges,) fruiterers and confectioners, 
313 w Baltimore 
Bridges Wm. (Wm. B. & Son,) 42 German 
Briding Earnest W. saddler, 183 w Pratt 
Briefer Charles, box maker, 35 Lemmon 
Briel & Bruns, (John Briel & J. Bruns,) house 

carpenters, 14 McClellan al 
Briel Catharine, seamstress, 254 n Eutaw 
Briel Christian, butcher, 16 Calverton road 
Briel Henry, shoe store, 175 Franklin 
Briel Henry, cabinet maker, 81 Henrietta 
Briel John, (Briel & Bruns,) 254 n Eutaw 
Briell Henry, baker, 252 s Sharp 
Brieman Henry, blacksmith, 22 Dawson 
Brieman Mrs. Margaret, doctress, 22 Daw- 
son 
Briemch George, carpenter, 126 L. Greene 
' Brien John M. farmer, 293 e Lombard 
Briers Mrs. Catharine, tailoress, 182 Peirce 
Brierton John, can maker, 28 Scott 
Brigerman John, laborer, 63 s Wolfe 
Brigs:aman Charles, tailor, 200 n Central av 
Briggaman Mrs. Charlotte, 366 Saratoga 
Briggs Charles, laborer, 330 e Fayette 
Briggs George G. clerk, 31 s Ann 
Briggs James M. 31 s Ann 
Briggs Thomas H. butcher, 5 Richmond mar- 
ket, dw Penna. av extended 
Brigham Wm. T. (Wm. R. Cole & Co.) 134 

w Biddle 
Bright Mrs. Elizabeth, millinery, 63 n Pine 
Bright Nathaniel, tailor, 205 n Central av 
Bright Richard A. (Graham & Bright,) 62 

Pine 
Brightman Mary E. grocery, 161 Chester 
Brikers George, tailor, 45 Preston 
Bnnger John, milk, 371 Penna. av 
Brill Augustus, machinist, 42 n Exeter 
Brill Philip, barber, 73 Thames 
Briller Joseph, ship joiner, cor Lombard and 

Bethel 
Briminger Edward, laborer, Falls road, near 

toll gate 
Brimmer John, cigar maker, 186 s Sharp 
Brinckmeyer Charles, importer and manu- 
facturer of cigars, tobacco and snuff, 41 w 
Baltimore 
Brinckmeyer Henry, 16 Pearl 
Brine Thomas, currier, 319 e Monument 
Briner Geo. carpenter, 34 Biddle al 
Bringer Clement, laborer, 186 William 
Bringer John, laborer, 280 Johnson 
Bringman Josiah T. H. printer, 177 German 
Bringmann Geo. E. engineer, 181 German 
Bringmann Julius, :obacconist, 29 s Oregon 
Brinig Geo. laborer, 486 Penna. av 
Brink Anton, musician, 223 Central av 
Brink Henry Ad. (H. F. Alberti & Co.) 155 

Druid Hill av 
Brinkley Ada, trimmings, 184 e Monument 
Brinkley Joseph B. (Brinkley & Whitney,) 

Baltimore county 
Brinkley Joseph B. (Brinkley & Reeves,) 

Baltimore county 
BRINKLEY & REEVES, (J. B. Brinkley 
and J. F. Reeves, jr.) fruit and oyster 
packers, 177 West Falls av 



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Brinkley & Wliilnej^ (J.'-B. Brinkley and W. 
P. Whitney,) wholesale grocers and com- 
mission mei-chants, 59 s Calvert 
Brinkman Chas. cigar maker, 10 Park 
Erinkman Chas. s w corner Hoffman and 

Penna. av 
Brinkman Frederick W. clerk, 138 s Howard 
• Brinkman Jacob, (Brinkman 4" Osterhus,) 10 
Park near Marion 
Brinkman & Osterhus, (J. Brinkman and H. 

Osterhus,) tobacconists, 10 Park 
Brinkmann Chas. H. grocery, 138 s Howard 
Brinkmann Chas. H. jr., lithographer, 138 s 

Howard 
Brinkmann Mrs. Maria, 28 Lee 
Brinnard Albert, 18 New 
Brinner Philip, laborer, 229 s Wolfe 
Brinner Wm. A. clerk, 18 New ■ 
Brinton Albin H. machinist, 167 Forrest 
Briscoe Lieut. Alexander M. 519 Saratoga 
Briscoe Emily, 135 Park 
Briscoe Eliza E. dressmaker, 117 n Bond 
Briscoe Geo. cigar maker, 303 s Charles 
Briscoe James, clerk, 125 s Paca 
Briscoe John T. clerk Voshell House, 27 

Holliday 
Briscoe Mary H. 45 Saratoga 
Briscoe Samuel W. (Robertson & Briscoe,) 38 

Bolton 
Briscoe Wm. H. 303 s Charles 
Briscoe Wm. D. cigar maker, 117 n Bond 
Bristerjohn Ernst, carpenter, 202 n Exeter 
Bristor Mrs. Susan, 140 n Exeter 
Bristor Wm. B. 140 n Exeter 
Britner Daniel, musician, 263 s Paca 
Britt George R. P. Supt. Commissary Dep't, 

67 Walsh 
Brittain Mrs. Annie, 90 s Fremont 
Brittingham Jno. P. boiler maker, 672 w Pratt 
Brittion Francis, gardener, 74 s Washington, 

F. P. 
Britton John, huckster, 594 Penna. av 
Broadbeck Mrs. Barbary, 213 Montgomery 
Broadbeck Mrs. Henrietta, 226 e Monument 
BROADBENT A. G. ^ CO. (A. G. Broad- 
bent,) fancy dry goods dealers, 18 n Charles 

BROADBENT J. P. & CO. (J. P. 

Broadbent,) French Spice Mills, 
manufacturers and dealers in Cof- 
fee, Crude and Ground Spices, 
Mustards, Sauces, Cream Tartar, 
&c.; also. Agents for Prof. Hall's 
celebrated London Yeast or Bak- 
ing Powder, 57 N. Calvert. 

Broadbent J. F. (J. F. Broadbent & Co.) 62 

w Madison 
Broadbent Louis R. 62 w Madison 
Broadbent Scotti J. 62 w Madison 
Broadbent Stephen, sr., 62 w Madison 
Broadbent Stephen, jr., Barnum's hotel 
Broadbent Wm. 130 w Madison 
Broadfoot C. 46 n Liberty 
Broadwater Richard, foundryman, 112 Wash- 
ington, F. H. 
Broadway Joseph, 270 s Howard 
Brocher Martha, washerwoman, 4 s Amity 
Brock M. cigar manufacturer, over 293 w 
Baltimore, dw 129 s Sharp 



Brockcr George, engineer, 232 Preston 
Brocker Henry, 68 Clay 
Brockman Charles, s w cor Charles and Lee 
Brockman Henry, brewer, s e cor Covington 

and Cross 
Brockmeyer Charles A. tobacconist, 225 w 

Pratt 
Brockmeyer Richard, stove maker, 159 Stir- 
ling 
Brockner Daniel, shoemaker, 898 v-' Pratt 
Erockschmidt Henry, wheelwright, 267 s 

Durham 
Brod Audon, 206 Hanover 
Brodt Henry, blacksmith, 227 s Wolfe 
Broderick Ann, grocery, 33 Greenmount av 
Broderick Dennis, plumber, 518 w Baltimore. 

dw 33 Greenmount av 
BRODERICK JOHN T. paper, stock and 

iron, 86 Greenmount av, dw 31 
Broderick Patrick, tailor, over 71 w Second 
Broderick Mrs. Wm. 31 Greenmount av 
Brodigan Mrs. Margaret, 66 s Oregon 
Brodigan Patrick, laborer, 68 s Oregon 
Broening Henry, sr., wheelwright, 35 Barre 
Broening Henry, blacksmith, 35 Barre 
Broening Jacob, tailor, 195 s Sharp 
Broening Jacob, shoemaker, n w cor Eutaw 

and Barre 
Broening John, wheelwright, 86 Hamburg 
Broessel Justus, cabinet maker, 38 Josephine 
Broessel Wm. tailor, 38 Josephine 
Broessell Christian, tobacconist, 677 w Balti- 
more 
Broessell Wm. tailor, 309 Mulberry 
Brogan Margaret, 4 Diamond 
Brogan Philip, hacks for hire, 96 s Howard 
Brogan Thomas, laborer, 27 e MatMson 
Brogelan Frederick, 319 s Bond 
Brohm John A. drayman, 556 w Pratt 
Broidvil William, malsterer, s w cor North 

and Saratoga 
Brokaw Zaccheus, fireman N. C. R. 102 

s Poppleton 
Broker Frederick, ship joiner, 84 Somerset 
Broil Henry, grocery, 336 s Bond 
Brome Wm. H. pilot, 134 Jefferson 
Bromley Jesse, soldier, 145 Aliceanna 
Bromwell Alfred T. tailor, Monument east of 

Broadway 
Bromwell Geo. W. ladies' shoemaker, 107 s 

Wolfe 
Bromwell Hosea J . butter dealer, 242 Lex- 
ington 
Bromwell James T. carpenter, 8 Laurel 
Bromwell Wm. carpenter, 2 McEldcrry 
Bromwell Wm. T. clerk, 2 McEldcrry 
Bronson Edwin, clerk, 317 e Monument 
Broocks Louis, salesman, 230 n Central av 
Brooke Rev. Benj. F. 462 Lexington 
BROOKE BROS. & CO. (H. L. Brooke, C. 
« E. Brooke, H. C. Brooke, C. H A.^^hburn- 
er, J. W. Dodge and D. F.'Haynes,) Can- 
ton Rolling Mills, n e corner Hudson and 
Canton 
Brooke C. E. (Brooke Bros. & Co.) Penna 
Brooke C. H. (Brooke Bros. & Co.) Penna 
BROOKE FRANKLIN E. P. attorney, 45 

Courtland, dw 28 Mulberry 
Brooke H. C. (Brooke Bros. & Co.) Penna 
Brooke Horace L. (Brooke Bros. & Co.) 39 

Mt. Vernon place 
.Brooke Mrs Sarah, 28 Mulberry 
Brookhart Wm. soldier, 161 n Central av 



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Brookings Henry G. custom house, 23 north I 

Calvert 
Brookmaii Philip, engineer, 323 Aliceanna 
Brookmeyer Richard, stove maker, 152 Stir- 
ling 
Brookmire Wm. laborer, 182 Stirling 
Brooks Albert J. (Harryman & Brooks,) 

171 n Charles 
Brooks Betiedict J. machinist. Canton Distil- 
lery, Clinton, Canton 
Brooks Bridget, 127 Low 
Brooks Christopher, restaurant, 138 s Eutaw 
Brooks Cliristopher J. salesman, 168 n High 
Brooks Cliaancy, president Western Bank, 

dw Madison av extended 
Brooks Chauncy, (Brooks, Fulton & Rogers,) 

Madison av extended 
Brooks Chauncy, ( Brooks, Fahnestock& Co.) 

Madison av extended 
Brooks Christopher C. bookkeeper, 53 St. 

Paul 
Brooks Mrs. Clara, 80 Lancaster 
Brooks Edwin F plumbing house, 13 n Eutaw, 

dw 224 w Biddle 
Brooks Eliza Ann, confectionery, 16 Courtland 
Brooks Eliza, tavern, 18 Foundry 
Brooks Klizu, 19.5 w Fayette 
BROOKS, FAHNESTOCK & CO. (C. 
Brooks, W. B. Brooks and D. Fahnestock,) 
wholesale dry goods dealers, 345 w Balti- 
more 
BROOKS, FULTOiV & ROGERS, (Chauncy 
Brooks, James Fulton and David G. Rog- 
ers,) wholesale dealers in boots, shoes and 
hats, 346 w Baltimore 
Brooks Gillis, laborer, 66 Lancaster 
Brooks Geo. VV. clerk, 195 w Fayette 
Brooks Geo. clerk, 329 Aisquith 
Brooks Geo R. clerk, 53 St. Paul 
Brooks Geo. W. newspaper agent, 248 Lee 
Brooks Geo. D. tinner, 165 Aisquith 
Brooks Geo. W. carpenter, 59 Chew 
Brooks H. V. teacher, 53 St. Paul 
Brooks Henry, cigar maker, 68 Portland 
Brooks Henry, Madison av extended 
Brooks Hester Ann, 50 Henrietta 
Brooks Dr. Horace A. 53 St. Paul 
Brooks Isaac, jr., attorney, 37 Lexington, dw 

65 n Charles 
Brooks James, hackman, 54 n Eden 
Brooks James, bricklayer, 556 w Pratt 
Brooks James W. (Brooks & Parker,) 182 e 

Baltimore 
Brooks Jesse, cigar maker, 521 Lexington 
Brooks John, bird dealer, 14 n Eutaw 
Brooks John, cabinet maker, 172 s Durham 
Brooks John, milkman, 71 Holland 
Brooks John, wheelwright, 127 Ross 
Brooks John, shoemaker, II e Pratt 
Brooks John, hackman, lOGBarre 
Brooks John, 65 u Cliarles 
Brooks John T. bricklayer, 46 Portland 
Brooks John, brickmaker, 191 s Washington, 

F. P. 
Brooks Dr. Joseph D. 163 Aisquith 
Brooks Joshua, blacksmith, Pratt w of Carey 
Brooks Mrs. J. 82 Dolphin 
Brooks Mr.s. Louisa, millinery, 187 Mulberry 
Brooks Mary, 22 n Front 
Brooks Margaret, n w cor Eutaw and Perry 
Brooks Margaret, 344 n Gay 
Brooks Mrs. Margaret, boarding house, 94 s 
Eutaw 



Brooks Mrs. Mary, 57 McHenry 

BROOKS N. C. principal of Baltimore Female 

College, 53 St. Paul— [See p. 36 Mvertise- 

ments.] 
Brooks & Parker, (James W. Brooks and E. 

G. Parker,) house and sign painters, 192 e 

Baltimore 
Brooks Peter B. Cross bet William and Light 
Brooks Peter B. chairmaker, 226 Henrietta 
Brooks Priscilla L. 126 Hamburg 
Brooks Rachel, 68 Saratoga 
Brooks Richard H. property agent, 303 n Gay 
Brooks Richard, milkman, 168 n High 
Brooks Rodney R., U. S. N. 41 Druid Hillav 
Brooks Robert, watchman, 57 McHenry 
BROOKS ROBERT, boots, shoes and leather, 

257 w Baltimore, dw 168 n High 
Brooks, Robert, painter, 350 Cross 
Brooks Samuel R. paper hanger, 15 Jefferson 

e of Broadway 
Brooks Shadrach, tailor, 344 n Gay 
Brooks Sophia, 22 n Front 
Brooks Susan, 38 Greene 
Brooks Thomas, liveryman, 136 s Eutaw 
Brooks Thomas D. tinner, 34 s Caroline 
Brooks Thomas E. stonecutter, 57 McHenry 
Brooks Thomas, porter, 144 L. Greene 
Brooks Walter B. (Brooks, Fahnestock & 

Co.) 171 n Charles 
Brooks Wm. collector, 26 n Front 
Brooks. Wm. 108 Mullikin 
Brooks Wm. jr., clerk N. C. R. 293 Aisquith 
Brooks Wm. car driver, 36 n Schroeder 
Brooks Wm., Church Home, Broadway 
Brooks Wm. B. oysterpacker, Boston, dw34 

s Spring 
Brooks VVm. machinist, 162 L. Greene 
Brooks Wm. commissioner of enrollment 3d 

district of Md., office 26 Holliday, dw 293 

Aisquith 
Brooks Wm. H. clerk N. C. R., 293 Aisquith 
Broom Ellen, grocery, 152 Bank 
Broom George, olerk, 167 Bank 
Broom John, ship carpenter, 152 Bank 
Broseker Chas. butcher, 506 Light 
Broseker Geo. shoemaker, 506 Light 
Brosker Henry, mattresses, 213 Hamburg 
Brosius Jacob, huckster, 420 Penna. av , 

Brosman Margaret A. tailoress, 98 s Carey 
Bross Edw. lithographer, 149 w Lombard. — 

[See lithographic page.] 
Brotherton John P. collector, 594 w Baltimore 
Brotzel John A. confectioner, 2 Columbia, dw 

594 Light 
Brotzen Wm. H. finisher, 39 Gittings 
Brotzman John, shoemaker, 12 Walker 
Brotzmann Peter, tailor, 67 Park 
Brouders Jas. plumber, 39 w Hoffman 
Brouders John, laborer, 39 w Hoffman 
Brouders Thomas, plumber, 39 w Hoffman 
Brougher Henry, tailor, 43 Portland 
Broaghton Isaac, printer, 160 Raborg 
Brougbton Joseph, huckster, 22 Laurel 
Broughton Capt. Joseph D. mariner, 82 s Ann 
BROUMEL JAMES, property agent, 63 w 

Fayette, dw 554 
Broumel Thomas 0. attorney, 61)0 w Fayette 

dw 554 
Brower Henry, tailor, 43 Portland 
Brower Mrs. Kate, boarding, SfcS Holiday 
Brower T. C, Quartermaster Fort McHenry 
Brower Wm. trunkmaker, 182 w Pratt dw 53 

Portland 



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Browland J. W. porter, 146 Raborg 
Brown Abner, carpenter, 82 n Pine 
Brown Alexander D. 46 Cathedral 
Brown Alexander J. hook and ladder com- 
pany, dw 16}4 n Paca 
Brown Alexander & Sons, (G. S. Brown,) 

over 153 w Baltimore 
Brown Alexander E. (Wm.H.Brown& Bro.) 

n e cor Garden ar.d Townscnd 
Brown Alexander, 9 New Church 
Brown Alexander, bricklayer, 206 Lee 
Brown Alexander, tailor, 125 Orleans 
Brown Alfred, huckster, 75 Preston 
Brown Alfred C. carpenter, 309 e Pratt 
Brown Alfred J. surg;eon dentist, n \v cor 

Charles and Lexington 
Brown Almeade, 9 New Church 
Brown Ann Maria, 55 Saratoga 
Brown Ann, 53 Burke 
Brown Ann M. 68 s Caroline 
Brown Mrs. Ailn, 24 n Strieker 
Brown Ann, 251 s Paca 
Brown Andrew, tavern, s w cor Broadway 

and Canton av 
Brown Aulay, clerk, 17 e Lombaid 
Brown Aulay, jr. clerk, 17 e Lombard 
Brown Arthur, hackman, 204 Chcsnut 
Brown Arthur G. attorney, 71 n Calvert 
Brown Basil clerk state tobacco warehouse 

No. 2, 158 s Paca 
Brown Benjamin J. painter, 169 Raborg 
Brown Benjamin F. machinist, Townsend 

near John 
Brown Benjamin 0. laborer, 189 w Biddle 
Brown Benjamin G, government contractor, 

42 s Sharp 
Brown Benjamin J. grocer, 56 Stiles 
Brown Benjamin B (Brown & Zimmerman,) 

n e cor Chatsworth and Franklin 
Brown Rev. B. Peyton, 134 w Hoffman 
BROWN, BOGGS & CO. (J. T. Brown, F. 
H. Boggs,) wholesale liquor dealers, 33 s 
Gay 
BROWN BROS. & CO. (Wm. H. Graham, 
agent, 54 Cathedral,) bankers and dealers 
in foreign exchanges, s w cor Baltimore and 
Calvert 
BROWN & BRUNE, (Geo. Wm. Brown, 
F. W. Brune, Stewart Brown,) attorneys, 
40 St. Paul 
Brown Cassandra, 42 e Eager 
Brown Catharine, 185 Orleans 
Brown Catharine, 108 Boyd 
Brown Catherine 99 Raborg 
Brown Caroline, school, 20 n High 
Brown Charles, huckster, 113 Raborg 
Brown Charles C, Lanvale near Bolton 
Brown Charles, U. S. N., 59 s Chapel 
Brown Charles, shoemaker, 225 Light 
Brown Charles, mariner, 46 Lee 
Brown Col. Charles, 384 Franklin 
Brown Charles, shoemaker, 4 Port 
Brown Charles, huckster, 182 s Regester 
Brown Chas. W. harness maker, 74 Raborg 
Brown Charles, watchman, 284 s IBond 
Brown Charles, butcher, 217 Frederick av 
Brown Charles, huckster, 226 s Caroline 
Brown Charles H. mariner, 34 n Eden 
Brown Charles E. clerk, 273 n Eutaw 
Brown Chas.E. n e cor Garden and Townsend 
Brown Capt. Charles, 246 e Payette 
Brown Chas. J. carpenter, 384 Franklin 
Brown Charles H. H. 317 Madison av 



Brown Charles W. carpenter, 82 n Pine 
Brown Chauncy B. breaksman, 250 Hollins 
Brown Christian, tailor, 34 n Liberty 
Brown Cornelius, laborer, Frederick road nr 

toll gate 
Brown Cornelius, market dealer, 269 Saratoga 
Brown David, moulder, 116 n Bond 
Brown David R. attorney, 13 Lexington, dw 

617 w Fayette 
Brown Dinah, 55 e Baltimore 
Brown E. moulder, Elliott near East av 
Brown Edward, tavern keeper, 221 Canton av 
Brown Edward, n-on moulder, 100 Harford av 
Brown Edward W. (Wooters & Brown,) 59 

Hamburg 
Brown Elias, carpenter and builder, 17 Pleas- 
ant, dw 186 Saratoga 
Brown Eliza, 267 Forrest 
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, gro., 226 s Caroline 
Brown Elizabeth, doctress, 61 Chatsworth 
Brown Elizabeth, 191 c Monument 
Brown Elizabeth, milliner, 283 n Central av 
Brown cfe Emory, (M. Brown, D. tl. Emory,) 

attorneys, 47 St. Paul 
Brown E. R. soldier, 1 Walker 
Brown E M. cooper, 265 Aliceanna 
Brown Francis, tavern, 346 s Bond 
Brown Franklin, huckster, 373 Franklin 
Brown F. L. B., Eutaw House 
Brown Frederick, mariner, 116 s Regester 
Brown Garrett, n e cor Garden and Townsend 
Brown Garrety W. tobacconist, 9 w Baltimore 

dw 8 Jackson 
Brown George F. marble cutter, 150 n High 
Brown George Wm. (Brown & Brune,) 71 n 

Calvert 
BROWN GEORGE A. commission march. 

124 North, dw 200 Saratoga 
Brown George S. (Alex. Brown & Sons,) s w 

cor Cathedral and Madison 
Brown George, baker and confectioner, 125 n 

Front 
Brown George, 22 Harford av 
Brown George W. lamplighter, 282 Saratoga 
Brown George C. carpenter, 186 Saratoga 
Brown Mrs. George, 54 Cathedral 
Brown Geo. W. tobacconist, 9 w Baltimore, 

dw 8 Jackson 
Brown George, manufacturer of French con- 
fectionery, 9 w Fayette 
Brown George, math. inst. maker, 6 Hillen 
Brown George W. huckster, 44 Harford av 
Brown George W. bookbinder, 346 e Fayette 
Brown George W. clerk custom house, 32 s 

Poppleton 
BROWN GEORGE W. fancy articles, 207 

e Baltimore. — [See page 26 Jidvertisements .] 
Brown George, blacksmith, 23 East 
Brown George W. carpenter, 282 Saratoga 
Brown Gustavus A. (A. Seemuller & Sons) 

318 Hollins 
Brown Hammond, conductor B. & 0. R. R. 

442 w Lombard 
Brown Harman, banker, 53 Courtland 
Brown Henry ,clerk B. & O R.R.13 s Howard 
Brown Henry G. teacher, 28 Hanover 
BROWN HENRY C. & CO. (H. C. Brown, 
J. Patterson,) saw manufacturers, Uhler's 

al, near Charles 
Brown Henry C. (H. C. Brown & Co.) 14 

Watson 
Brown Hein-y, mariner, 140 s Ann 
Brown Henry, rigger, 50 s Washington, F.P. 



J. HEIVRY GIESE, Commission Merclmiit. for the sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, &o. 
Ro8endal« Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on hand, 81 Spear's Wliart. 



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Brown Henry G. clerk 24 n Strieker 
Brown Hugh, laborer, 215 s Bethel 
Brown's Hotel, 119 n High, L. Brown, pro. 
Brown Isaac W. telegraph operator, 82 n 

Charles 
Brown Ira B. bookkeeper, 118 w Fayette 
Brown Jacob, jr.shoem'r,79 McElderry's whf 
Brown Jacob, shoemaker, 147 Welcome al 
Brown Jacob C. sailmaker, 107 South, dw 5 

n Ann 
Brown Jacob, boots and shoes,79 McElderry's 

wharf 
Brown Jacob, dry goods, 250 s Charles 
Brown James J. bacon, n w cor Gist and 

and Hampstead 
Brown James, junk, 66 s Howard 
Brown James H. trunk maker, 6 Hillen 
Brown James, Green House, 190 w Pratt 
Brown James M. Franklin House 
Brown James E. bookkeeper, 156 Barre 
Brown James R. carpenter, 21 n Fremont 
Brown James carpenter, 22 Harford av 
Brown James M. horse dealer, 273 Saratoga 
Brown James H feed, Frederick near Pratt, 

dw 184 n Calvert 
Brown James, restaurant, 85 Thames 
Brown James, stone cutter, 40 Valley 
Brown Rev. James H. 38 n Broadway 
Brown James V. watchmaker, 303 e Eager 
Brown James, huckster, 116 Boyd 
Brown James, machinist, Townsend bet John 

and Grundy 
Brown James R. clerk B. & 0. R. P>,. Franklin 

House, n w cor Franklin and Howard 
Brown James, laborer, 5 e Monument 
Brown James L. carpenter, 22 Harford av 
Brown James, 60 e Baltimore 
Brown James W. clerk, 261 Saratoga 
Brown J. Frank, (Brown & Nipe,) 15 n Cal- 
houn 
Brown Jane, 39 Jefferson 
Brown, Jasper, carpenter, 172 s Howard 
Brown J Robert, house carpenter, 1 Exchange 

al. near Lombard, dw 21 s Fremont 
Brown J. Wilson, salesman, 261 Saratoga 
Brown John A. claim agent, 45 s Gay, dw 276 

e Pratt 
Brown John, (John Brown & Son,) 95 n High 
Brown John Miller, 163 n Central av 
Brown John, wagoner, 56 Stiles 
Brown John L. express agent, 81 Preston 
Brown John J. commissary dept. 2 Henrietta 
Brown John N. (Brown Bros & Co.) 18 s 

Eutaw 
Brown John C. com. merch. 316 Aisquith 
Brown John J. varnisher, 5 Walker 
Brown John C. (J. C, Brown & Co.) 316 Ais- 
quith 
Brown J. Frank, hay and feed, 12 s Eutaw, 

dw 15 n Calhoun 
Brown John, laborer, 424 Canton av 
Brown John, conductor, 100 s Exeter 
Brown John C. & Co. (J. C. Brown, Wm. R. 
Reisinger,) commission merchants, over 
104 w Baltimore 
Brown John, (Baker& Brown, )87n Broadway 
Brown John W. painter, 12 n Sharp, dw 267 

s Paca 
Brown John W. engineer, Clinton opp. Ches- 
apeake Furnace 
Brown John H. carpenter, 126 Philpot 
Brown John L. dentist, 617 w Fayette 
Brown John, rigger, 71 Johnson 



Brown John, cabinet maker, 81 s Wolfe 

Brown John R. 24 n Strieker 

Brown John M. carpenter, 189 Conway 

Brown John, soldier, 131 s Bethel 

Brown John W. 696 Saratoga 

Brown John F. painter, 7 James la 

BROWN JOHN & SON, (John Brown, 

Thomas M. Brown,) coal dealers. North 

near Madison, office 88 n High 
Brown John J. carpenter, 282 Saratoga 
Brown John T. (Brown & Boggs,) 15 HoUins 
Brown Joiin T- salesman, 158 s Paca 
Brown John, gas fitter. Commercial Hotel, 

71 Hanover 
Brown John, Stirling near Monument 
Brown John, ship carp.,175sWashington,F.P. 
Brown John W. baker, 251 s Paca 
Brown John, rigger, 70 Johnson 
Brown John, laborer, 28 Guilford al 
Brown Jonathan, tin plate and sheet iron 

worker, 58 North 
Brown J. Harman, clerk, 67 Courtiand 
Brown Rev. Joseph E. 617 w Fayette 
Brown Joseph, laborer, 104 Lancaster 
Brown Joseph, tailor, 118 s Sharp 
Brown Joseph, Suc'y Gas Co. 617 w Fayette 
Brown Joseph, laborer, 79 Johnson 
Brown Joseph M. carpenter, 28'2}n Mulberry 
Brown Joseph, supervisor B. & O". R. R. 349 

Columbia 
Brown Josiah W. sutler, 90 n Greene 
Brown Joshua,coachm'r,347 Saratoga, dw 320 
Brown Joshua L. tin and sheet iron worker, 

464 Penna. av 
Brown Julia, 46 Montgomery 
Brown Mrs. Julia A. 206 Lee 
Brown Julius, confectionery and toy store, 16 

w Baltimore 
Brown Mrs. Elizabeth, 395 Lexington 
Brown Lydia, s w cor Hillen and Front 
Brown Mrs. Lydia D. 77 Chew 
Brown Levi, music store, 457 w Baltimore 
Brown Lewis P. shoemaker, 432 Lexington 
Brown Louis, cooper, 237 s Sharp 
Brown Madison, attorney, 12 s Calhoun 
Brown Matthew J. feed store, 18Greenmountav 
Brown M. laborer, 94 Lancaster 
Brown M. M. seminary, 273 n Eutaw 
Brown Maggie, 17 Foundry 
Brown M. J. (M. J. & W. A. Brown,) 18 

Greenmount av 
Brown M. J. & W. A. flour and feed, 11 w 

Pratt 
Brown Madison, (Brown & Emory,) 12 s 

Calhoun 
Brown Mrs. Mary, dressmaker, 105 L-Greene 
Brown Mrs. Mary, 242 Light 
Brown Mary E. 358 Lombard 
Brown Mary, 106 e Fayette 
Brown Mary, seamstress, 242 Light 
Brown Mrs. Mary, boarding house, 68 Thames 
Brown Mary, 230 Aisquith 
Brown Mrs. Mary, boarding, 104 North 
Brown Mary, 19 Lewis 
Brown Mrs. Maria, 93 Saratoga 
Brown Margaret, hardware, 283 s Bond 
Brown Mary 42 w Biddle 
Brown Mathew, potter, 88 s High 
Brown Martin S. engraver, over cor Water 

and Calvert, dw 71 Walsh 
Brown Michael, carter, 23 Pleasant al 
Brown Michael, laborer, 73 Stirling 
Brown Michael, shoemaker, 228 s Charles 



AUG. G. MEYER & CO., Manufacturers of'Whiite Lead, Zinc, Putty, Iiampblack, Glue, 
Neatsfoot Oil, Saltpetre, Paints aiul Vai-ni»lies, 100 W, liOmbard Street. 



SMITH BROS. & CO., 40 W. Baitimore-st., Famous for their Choice 
Stock of Clothing for Men's and Boys' Wear. 



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Brown Mercer, Hollins e of Mount 
Brown M. & S. (M. Brown, S. Brown,) dry 
goods, 155 s Broadway and 243 w Baltimore, 
up stairs 
Brown M. Harold, eno;raver, 71 Walsh 
Brown Morris, (M. & S.Brown,) 155 s Broad- 
way 
Brown Moses, painter, 81 Granby 
Brown Nellie, 137 North 
Brown Patrick, laborer, 73 Stirling 
Brown Peter A. mariner, 196 s Regester 
Brown Philip,grocer and shoemajier,21 Brown 
Brown Priscilla T. 13 Spring ct 
Brown Richard, grocer, 48 n Eutaw, dw 284 

w Fayette 
Brown Mrs. R. E. W. boarding 134 n High 
BROWN & NIPE, (J. Frank Brown, J. W. 
Nipe,) hay and feed dealers, 410 w Balti- 
more 
Brown Rachel P. 43 Lexington 
Brown Rebecca, rear of 27 Fawn 
Brown Robert, laborer, 177 s Washington, P.P. 
Brown Reuben, huckster, 235 Peirce 
Brown Richard, 42 e Eager 
Brown Robert, jr. bookkeeper, 190 Preston 
Brown Robert, huckster, 44 Rock 
Brown Robert T. peddler, 413^ German 
Brown Robert P. (Wm. Brown & Son,) 77 

McCulloh 
Brown Robert, sr. watches and fine jewelry, 

158 w Baltimore, dw 189 w Lombard 
Brown Reuben T. fruits, 235 Peirce 
Brown Rosena S. trimmings store, 276 e Pratt 
Brown Samuel soldier, 85 Peirce 

Brown , clerk, 161 Stirling 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, 66 s Bond 

Brown Samuel, carpenter, 206 Lee 

Brown Samuel, laborer, 205 w Biddle 

Brown Samuel R. cigar maker, 179 s Paca 

Brown Samuel, rigger, 14 Warren 

Brown Sarah, washerwoman, 27 Foster al 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, 55 e Baltimore 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, 309 n Gay 

Brown Mrs. Sarah A. boarding, 106 n High 

Brown Mrs. Sarah, 964 w Baltimore 

Brown Sarah A. tailoress, rear of 44 Hughes 

Brown Schultz, restaurant, s e cor Howard 

and Dover 
Brown Sebastian, student at law, 53 n Greene 
Brown Solomon, jr., 155 s Broadway 
Brown Solomon, (M. & S. Brown,) 232 w 

Lombard 
Brown Stewart, attorney, 99 St. Paul, dw 71 

n Calvert 
Brown Susan, shoe binder, 440 Walsh 
Brown Susan C. 28 Aisquith 
Brown Dr. Septimus, office s e cor Balti- 
more and Pine, dw n e cor Townsend and 
Garden 
Brown Theophilous, machinist, 215 Henrietta 
Brown Thomas H. secretary Great Falls Iron 
Co. s e cor Pratt and O'DonnelPs wharf, 
dw n e cor Garden and Townsend 
Brown Thomas M. (John Brown &. Son,) 95 

n High 
Brown Thomas H. copper smelter, Clinton s 

of Boston 
Brown Thonias R. 304 Madison av 
Brown Thomas, machinist, 33 Jackson 
Brown Thomas, clothier, 213 e Baltimore 
Brown Thomas, moulder, 42 Rock 
Brown Thomas A. 515 w Lombard 
Brown Thomas E. barkeeper, 112 w Fayette 



Brown Thomas, blacksmith, 33 Jackson 
Brown Thomas W. carver, 13 s Poppleton 
Brown Thomas/ fireman B. & O. R. R., 81 

St. Peter 
Brown Thomas, carpenter, 150 n Pine 
Jjrown Thomas J. gold and silversmith, 90 av 

Baltimore 
Brown Thomas, ship joiner, 332 s Bond 
Brown Timothy S. 28 Lloyd 
Brown Vincent, wheel wrigiit, 363 Franklin 
Brown V. J. & Co. (V. J. Brown,) grocers 
and commission merchants, 66 Exchange 
place 
Brown V. J. (V. J. Brown & Co.) 14 Hollins 
Brown Walter S. carpenter, 186 Saratoga 
BROWN WM. & SON, (W. Brown, R. P. 
Brown,) watches and jewelry, s e cor Bal- 
timore and Charles 
Brown Wm. (Wm. B. Brown & Son,) 77 

McCulloh 
Brown Wm. coal dealer, 253 Lexington, dw 

55 Dolphin 
Brown Wm. 253 Lexington 
Brown Wm. H. (W. H. Brown & Bro.) 226 

Garden 
Brown Wm. A. (M. J. & W. A. Brown,) 121 

n Eden 
BROWN WM. H. & BRO. ( Wm. H. Brown, 
Alexander E. Brown, John E. Morrison,) 
druggists, 4 s Liberty 
Brown Wm. T. 617 w Fayette 
Brown Wm. laborer, 3 Park la 
Brown Wm. H. soldier, 42 e Eager 
Brown Wm. H. house carpenter, 14 s Ann 
Brown Wm. L. carpenter, s w cor Front and 

Low, dw 216 e Baltimore 
Brown Wm. M. printer, 35 n Fremont 
Brown Wm. F. carpenter, .39 Jefierson 
Brown Wm. H. sutler, 90 n Greene 
BROWN WILLIAM, agent N. C. R., n 
w cor North and Centre, dw 340 Lex- 
ington 
Brown Wm. H. blacksmith, 3 s Oregon 
Brown Wm. H. letter carrier, 3 s Oregon 
Brown Wm. G. bricklayer, 273 Saratoga 
Brown Wm. R. Quartermaster U. S. A., 37 

Pearl 
Brown William, bricklayer, 225 Peirce 
Brown Wm. carpenter, 12 Greenmount av 
Brown Wm. soldier, 95 s Spring 
Brown Wm. carpenter, 149 n Caroline 
Brown W. T. 18 Watson 
Brown Wm. stevedore, 199 s Chester 
Brown Wm. Z. clerk, 198 w Lombard 
Brown & Zimmerman, (B. B. Brown, Ma- 
thias Zimmerman,) grocers, n e cor Chats- 
worth and Franklin 
Browne Alexander D. 46 Cathedral 
Browne Eliza, boarding house, 72 Lexington 
Browne Henry, (Browne & Pope,) 75 s 

Washington, F. P. 
Browne James H. flour and grain, 40 and 42 

s Frederick, dw 186 n Calvert 
Browne Joseph K. dealer in grain, flour and 

feed, 67 s Gay, dw Baltimore county 
Browne Lewis B. agent, 99 Garden 
Browne Mary B. dress maker, 105 L. Greene 
Browne Nicholas V. 310 n Caroline 
Browne & Pope, (Henry Browne, John Pope,) 

rigging works, 31 Philpot 
Browne Col. Wm. H. Acting Assistant Pro- 
vost Marshal, 31 n Calvert 
Browning Edward, rope maker, 650 Light 



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Browning Frederick W. 51 s Schroeder 
Browning Mrs. Mary A. 75 s Eden 
Browning Mrs. Mary, 103 w Biddle 
Browning Silas, restaurant, 42 w Fayette 
Browning Theodore, salesman, 40 Lexington 
Browning Warfield T. (Cinnamond & Brown- 
ing,) 59 w Fayette 
Browning Wm. E. (Charles Reese & Co.) 150 

w Madison 
Browning Wm. S. 75 w Biddle 
Browning Wm. E. painter, 103 w Biddle 
Brownley Hiram L. ship carpenter, 365 Light 
Brownley John W. ship carp'r. 271 e Pratt 
Brownley Joseph, blacksmith, 43 Garden 
Brownley Larkin, ship carpenter, 109 s Bond 
Brownley Thomas J. engineer, 63 Hill 
Brownwell Samuel, clerk, 119 Chew 
Browsey August, laborer, 35 Penn 
Brubach Charles, varnisher, 251 Franklin 
Bruce Daniel C. 626 w Fayette 
Bruce David, clerk, 211 Barre 
Bruce George, watchmaker, 69 Druid Hill av 
Bruce Granville, soldier, 250 n Howard 
Bruce J. 40 w Baltimore 
Bruce John M. coppersmith, 160 Aisquith 
Bruce Mrs. Margaret K. 170 w Lombard 
Bruce Robert, moulder, 8 Hill 
Bruce Mrs. Robert, 26 Stirling 
Bruce Wm. grocer, 153 e Madison 
Bruce Rev. Wm. 123 Walsh 
Bruck Henry M. tailor, 278 Hanover 
Bruchey John F. boiler maker, 18 Amity 
Bruchey David H. laborer, Itil L Greene 
Bruckhoff Robert, tailor, 90 s Eutaw 
Bruckmann Wm. shoemaker, 154 Henrietta 
Bruckner John F. piano maker, 11 Sterrett 
Bructer Mrs. Ellen, tavern, 152 s Eutaw 
Bruder Michael, musician, 292 Canton av 
Bruder Wm. laborer, 175 s Eden 
Brueback Jacob, cab. maker, 10)^ s Calvert 
Bruehl Justus, (Kotter & Co.) 
Bruehl Wm. H. 28 Bank 
Bruening Rudolph, bookkeeper, 30 n Greene 
Bruer Conradt, machinist, 79 e Lombard 
Bruer Henry, cabinet maker, 88 n Howard 
Bruff Charles S. architect, 25 Front 
Bruff James M. (J. W. Bruff «fe Co.) Foun- 
tain hotel 
Bruft'John W. (J. W. Bruff & Co.) 283 

Madison av 
BRUFF JOHN W. & CO. (J. W. Bruff, J. 
W. Baker, J. M. Bruff,) dry goods mer- 
chants, 245 w Baltimore 
Bruff Joseph D. custom house, 78 s Ann 
Bruggman Amelia, fancy store, 287 Canton av 
Bruggman Henry, carpenter, 284 Canton av 
Bruggman John J. tavern, 32 Fell 
BruUe Frederick, lager beer, 179 Lexington 
Brummel Albert, (Joyer, Brummell & Jean,) 

33 King 
Brummel Henry, paper hanger, 1 Diamond 
Brummel Mrs. Mary, 1 Diamond 
Brummer Carson H. tavern, 243 Hanover 
Brun Edward, machinist, 86 Lexington 
Brun Mad. F. child's dressmaker, 86 Lex- 
ington 
Brundige Charles H. salesman, 183 s Charles 
Brundige Rebecca, dressmaker, 109 n Eutaw 
Brundige Wm. sr., 183 s Charles 
BRUN EF.W.& SONS, (F. W. Brune, J. 
C. Brune, W. H. Brune,) merchants and 
agents Maryland Steam Sugar Refining Co. 
89 and 91 Smith's wharf 



Brune F. laborer, 107 Lancaster 
Brune Frederick W. (Brown & Brune,) Bal- 
timore county 
Brune Wm. T. collar maker, 58 Albemarle 
Brune Wm. H. (F. W. Brune & Sons,) 38 

Mt. Vernon Place 
Bruner Joseph, currier, 13 Diamond 
Bruning Carrie, teacher, House of Refuge 
Bruning George, cabinet maker, 16 Wayne, 

dw 403 w Pratt 
Bruning H. clerk, 30 n Greene 
Bruning Henry, groceries and liquors, 9 

Warner 
Bruning Rev. H. H. prolessor of languages, 

49 Lexington 
Brunhorn Christopher, sailor, 27 Thames 
Brunner Abel, (Rawlins & Brunner,) 80 

Aisquith 
Brunner Andrew, clerk, 54 Pearl 
Brunner Mrs. Andrew B. 54 Pearl 
Brunner Francis, laborer, 107 Lancaster 
Brunner Henry, tailor, 65 s Eutaw 
Brunner Jacob, machinist, 196 Columbia 
Brunner John L. tailor, 272 s Sharp 
Brunner Joseph, tailor, 171 Stirling 
Brunner John, butcher, 92 Hampstead 
Brunner R. breaksman, 51 s Schroeder 
Brunner Wm. T. clerk, 54 Pearl 
Bruns Bernard, shoemaker, 281 n Gay 
Bruns John, (Briel & Bruns,) 164 Mulberry 
Brunt Mrs. E. J. embroideries and lace goods, 

189 w Baltimore, dw 92 Saratoga 
Brunt James, driver Harden Express, 359 

Penna. av 
Brunt Louis, shoemaker, 255 s Bond 
Brunt Mis. Mary, seamstress, 160 Pine 
Brunt Ralph, 487 Penna. av 
Bruntsch Anthony, cigar maker, 181 s Sharp 
Bruntz C. cooper, 47 Plum al 
Bruscup Albert, tailor, 83 n Caroline 
Bruscup Columbus, carpenter, 233 e Madison 
Bruscup George H. sheet-iron worker, 323 e 

Monument 
Bruscup Thomas, bailiff Orphans' Court, 219 

e Fayette 
Bruscup Wm. painter, 225 e Madison 
Brush Charles W. 217 Garden 
Brushwiller Geo. painter, John n^f Mount 
Brushwiller Theodore, painter, John n of 

Mount 
Brushwiller Wm. jr., painter, 13 Liberty al 
Brusnan John, laborer, 158 n Dallas 
Brussel Capt. Conrad, 296 s Ann 
BRUSTER & GRIFFITH, (James Bruster, 
John M. Griffith,) manufacturers of Buck- 
eye mower and reaper, and agricultural im- 
plements, &c., 49 n Paca 
Bruster James, (Bruster & Griffith,) Balti- 
more county 
Brutsche Felix, grocery and feed store and 

livery stable, 58 Clay, dw 146 Saratoga 
Brutsche Louis, U. S. N., 200 Montgomery 
Bryan Alfred, farmer, 245 n Caroline 
Bryan Charles H. grocery, 53 North, dw 108 

Hanover 
Bryan Capt. Frederick C. mariner, 244 e 

Fayette 
Bryan Henry, laborer, Philadelphia road near 

city limits 
Bryan John, wire worker, 57 Hughes 
Bryan Patrick, stone polisher, 140 Saratoga 
BRYAN SAMUEL L. & CO. (S.L. Bryan,) 
trim'ngs and white goods, 221 w Baltimore 



JAMES H. JOmrSOar, city steam Firewood BllUs-Warren's Fire anU Water.proof 
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Bryan Robert, cutter, 100 n Exeter 

Bryan Samuel L. (S. L. Bryan & Co.) 130 w 

Favptte _. ,, 

Bryan Thomas, shoemaker, 160 n Dallas 
Bryan Thomas, book dealer, 6 s Exeter 
Bryan Thomas, machinist, 135 s Lden 
Bryan Wm. S. attorney, 30 St. Paul, dw 285 

w Fayette , ■■ 

Bryan Wm. H. gas filter, s e cor Gough and 

Washington ^, , 

Bryan Wm. H. breaksman, 291 s Charles 
Bryant Pauline, dress maker, 17 Jackson 
Bryant Wilson P. merchant, 354 Lexmgton 
Bryarly Robert, tailor, 100 n Exeter 
Bryden George W. J. , Jackson near Harrison, 

Homestead i u n 

Bryer George, cabinet maker, 49 Leadenhall 
BryerWm. locksmith, 22 New 
Bryson Bernard A. grocer, 14 n Strieker 
Bryson Mrs. Catharine, boarding, 625 w 

Pratt , . ., 

Bryson Gilbert H. city surveyor and civil en- 

■i-ineer. City Hall, dw 59 Aisquith 
Bryson Hugh, shoemaker, 229 n Caroline 
Bryson J. F. clerk, 40 Lexington 
Bryson Wm. H. clerk N. C. R., 40 Lexington 
BuberilJohn, soldier, 57 s Eutaw 
Bubert J. D. tavern and feed store, 99 and 101 

s Charles 
Buchanan Andrew, wagoner, 7 Abraham 
Buchanan James E. commission merchant, 130 

North, dw 34 McCuUoh 
Buchanan James H. attorney, 82 w Fayette, 

dw 62 St. Paul 
Buchanan L. 57 St. Paul 

Buchanan Richard H. mariner, 31 McElderry 
BUCHHAUM HENRY, lager beer, s e cor 

Central av and Lombard and s e cor of L. 

Gough and Stiles . 

Buchsbaum Benjamin S, butcher, 161 n Eden 
Buchbaum Johii, tavern, 33 w Fayette 
Bucheit Peter, carter, 280 Johnson 
Bucher Jacob, cabinet maker, 224 Canton av 
Bucher John, laborer, 29 Union 
Bucher Leonard, cigar maker, 29 Union 
Buchheimer George, grocery, 442 Penna. av 
Buchheimer George, shoemaker, 3 Walnut al 
BUCHHEIMER PETER, clothier, 22 w 

Pratt 
Buchman John, shoemaker, 33 Albemarle 
Buchwald Frederick, soldier, 180 Raborg 
Buchwald Michael, butcher, 5 Belair market, 

dw Belair av near city limits 
Buck Alfred, 301 e Baltimore 
Buck Alonzo, 109 Albemarle 
Buchta Wm. C. wheelwright, 25 Hillen 

BUCHTA JGHN.Wheelwright and 
Blacksmith, manufacturer of ev- 
ery kind of work in his line, such 
as Wagons, Light Carriages, &c., 
Also, every kind of blacksmith 
work in general, repairing done at 
the shortest notice. Cheap for 
Cash, 23 Hillen, dw 25 

Buck B. C, (Buck & Carter,) 135 w Hoffman 
Buck Benj. G., plasterer, 75 s Greene 
Buck Benj. G., inspector of weights, 75 s 
Greene 



BUCK & CARTER, (B. C. Buck, Wm. H. 

Carter,) sailmakers, 85 Smith's wharf 
Buck Capt. Charles W., U. S. N., 615 w 

Lombard 
Buck Charles W., jr., clerk, 615 w Lombard 
Buck Edward D., iron and steel, 86 w Pratt, 

dw 75 e Pratt 
Buck Elizabeth, 104 e Fayette 
Buck George W., proprietor Fulton House, 

34 w Pratt 
Buck James, clerk, 34 w Pratt 
Buck James, U. S. N., 104 e Fayette 
Buck Mrs. Jane, 396 Franklin 
Buck Jane, 104 e Fayette 
Buck John H. & Co., (J H. and W. B. 

Buck,) hardware merchants, 88 w Pratt 
Buck John M., miller, 8 Spear's wharf, dw 

205 Franklin 
Buck John H., (John H. Buck & Co.,) 75 e 

Pratt 
Buck John, jr., asst. assessor 2d district, office 

58 e Baltimore, dw 75 e Pratt 
Buck John, 75 e Pratt 
Buck John C, bricklayer, 235 n Caroline 
Buck Joseph A., (Isaac M Denson & Buck,) 

69 Hill 
Buck Joseph W., clerk, 49 Liberty 
Buck Lee Andrew, brickmaker, 29 Cambridge 
Buck Lewis F., clerk, 47 n Hiirh 
Buck Theodore A., clerk, 69 Hill 
Buck Wesley B., (John H. Buck & Co.,) 75 

e Pratt 
Buck Wm., brickmaker, 29 Cambridge 
Buck Lieut. Wm. C, U. S. N., 615 w Lom- 
bard 
Buck Wm., cigar box maker, 147 Barre 
Buck Wm. H. clerk, 57 Dolphin 
Buck Wm., engineer, 79 Camden 
Buckchman Peter, liquor, 116 s Spring 
Buckelman Conrad, tailor, 125 Barre 
Buckey George A., engineer, 40 s Schroeder 
Buckey James H., engineer, 40 s Schroeder 
Buckhart Adam, laborer, Marioti iir Haubert 
Bucking Francis, baker, 96 Hollins 
Buckingham C, music teacher, 530 Lexington 
Buckingham Francis M., agent, 291 Hollins 
Buckingham Isaac, music teacher, 39 Pine 
Buckingham Jas., coach trimmer, 21 n Eden 
Buckingham James R., 9 Pearl 
Buckingham Jesse, laborer, 847 w Pratt 
Buckingham John \V., carp'r, 54 s Schroeder 
Buckingham Mrs. Mary J., tailoress, 172 

Dover 
Buckingham P. G., young ladies' academy, 

123 Mulberry 
Buckingham Mrs. Susan, 39 Pine 
Buckingham Washington L., agent for Bick- 

foid & Hoffman, 39 Pine 
Buckingham Wm. H., bricklayer, 56 Ensor 
Buckler Dr. John, 135 n Charles 
Buckler Dr. Riggin, 135 n Charles 
BUCKLER. & SHIPLEY (E. G. Shipley,) 
wholesale liquor dealers, 85 and 87 s Charles 
BUCKLER Dr. THOMAS H.,41 Lexington 
Buckler Zack, clerk, 192 e Monument 
Buckler Wm. H., ferryman, 81 s Chester 
Buckless Henry, pilot, 126 Gough 
Buckley Catherine, milliner, 103 n Eutaw 
Buckley Charles R., boot and shoe manufac- 
turer, 97 and 99 Hanover 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, 60 Eastern av 
Buckley Eliza, tavern, 43 President 
Buckley Elizabeth, seamstress, 24 Hamburg 



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BUCKLEY, CROWLE & CO., (J. 
D. Crowle,) Oyster and Fruit pack- 
ers, keep constantly on hand fresh 
and Cove Oysters, &c., 121 Hillen 

Buckley John, clerk, 240 n Eden 

Buckley John, substitute broker, 338 n Eutaw 

Buckley John D., Quarter Master U. S. A., 

193 Garden 
Buckley John, milk, 90 s Republican 
Buckley Jno., rigger, 170 s Washington, F. P. 
Buckley Martin, carter, 14 Orbit al 
Buckley Mary A., confectioner, 60 Thames 
Buckley Mrs. Mary, 15 Abbey al 
Buckley Robert L., tailor, 165 Franklin 
Buckman Charles, can maker, 25 Scott 
Buckman Henry, peddler, 204 Canton av 
Buckmaster Hillery, caulker, 147 Johnson 
Buckmiller Robert, tanner. North near Eager 
Buckmiller Wm., tanner, 98 Chew 
Buckner Adam, shoemaker, 213 Chesnut 
Buckner Dr. Charles S., 12 Cathedral 
Bucksbaum Jacob, lager beer saloon, s e cor 

Central av and Lombard 
Bucksbaum John J., confectionery, 177 e 

Lombard 
Bucksbaum Julius, dry goods dealer, 194 s 

Broadway and 61 s Howard 
Buckstein Wm., fireman, 350 s Eutaw 
Buckstone John, engineer, 34 s Schroeder 
Eudecker Jean F. , watchman, 173 Columbia 
Budecker L., ladies' shoe dealer, 43 n Gay 
Budeke George H., clerk, 45 Albemarle 
Buderer, John G., turner, 6 Jasper 
Budd Charles A., cigar maker, 259 Gough 
Budd John J., carpenter, 257 Gough 
Budd John, tailor, 29 Hampstead 
Budd Wm. W. J., stevedore, 187 s Chester 
Budde Wm., blacksmith, 104 Eastern av 
Buddemyer Wm., 217 s Wolfe 
Buddey Christianna, 38 Slemmer al 
Buehler Catherine, housekeeper, 59 Columbia 
Buehler Charles, ship carpenter, 2 Hill 
Buehler William, tobacco and cigars, 182 

Franklin 
Buel Walter, paymaster U; S. A., 8 Barnet 
Buengener Mrs. George W., confectionery, 

261 s Sharp 
Buermann Henry, shoemaker, 132 Barre 
Bufleh John, laborer, 16 Shakspeare 
Bufter Elijah, driver City Pass, cars, 122 s 

Washington, F. P. 
Bufter John, laborer, 100 s Regester 
Buhler Thomas, carpenter, 34 s Eutaw 
Buhman Daniel, shoemaker, 269 s Charles 
Buhrman Henry, siioemaker, 132 Barre 
Buht Wm., laborer, 126 e Lombard 
Bulack Joseph, shoemaker, 248 w Pratt, dw 

330 w Lombard 
Bulack Michael, shoemaker, 248 w Pratt 
Bull Asahel, carpenter, 131 Ensor 
Bull Dr. Benj. H. D., 260 w Pratt 
Bull Edmund, 121 n Eutaw 
Bull Frank, printer, 28 North 
Bull George W., carpenter, 244 n Caroline 
Bull Mrs. Mary, 121 n Eutaw 
Bull Nicholas W., carpenter, 61 w Biddle 
Bull Shadrack, watchman, 28 George 
Bull Wm. K., teamster, 64 Decker 
BuUen Harriet, laundress, 74 St. Mary 
BuUen Mrs. Mary, 181 s Paca 



Bullen Wm., conductor B. & 0. R. R., 181 s 

Paca 
Bullgan John H., laborer, 336 Mulberry 
Bulling Charles, (Gerdes, Bulling & Wehr- 

hane,) 125 Hanover 
Bullock C. K., clerk, 401 w Lombard 
Bullock Daneil, potter, 287 e Lombard 
Bullock Henry, blacksmith, 209 Hollins 
Bullock James, collar maker, 16 McClelland's 

al, dw 542 w Fayette 
BULLOCK JOHN & SON, (Kazwell, John 

S. and Joseph L. Bullock,) glue manufac- 
tory, Washington road near city limits 
Bullock John §., (John Bullock &, Son,) 

243 Columbia 
Bullock Joseph L., (John Bullock & Son,) 

247 Columbia 
BULLOCK Rev. Dr. J. J., Franklin street 

Presbyterian Church, s w cor Hamilton and 

Cathedral 
Bullock J. J., jr., s w corner Hamilton and 

Cathedral 
Bullock Kazwell, (John Bullock & Son,) 

339 Columbia 
Bull's Head hotel, 130 n Front, R. D. Stans- 

bui'y, proprietor 
Bump Josephus L., provisions, 228 Franklin 
Bump Samuel C, gravel roofer, 88 s Ann 
Bunce David, coach trimmer, 232 e Chase 
Bunce John, coach painter, 232 e Chase 
Hunce Richard, bricklayer, 318 Harford av 
Bunce Robert, laborer, 151 n Central av 
Bunch John J., fireman, 140 Cross 
Bunch Joshua A., fisherman, 131 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 
Bunch Mrs. Margaret, 36 President 
Buncher Dr. Frantz, 30 n Bond 
Bundschuh Louis Casper, 189 e Lombard 
Bunger John H., shoemaker, 89 s Spring 
Bunn Joseph, 355 s Charles 
Bunn Peter, clerk Monument House, n e cor 

Calvert and Fayette 
Bunn Phillip, well digger, 56 Johnson 
Bunting Elizabeth, 7 Gough 
Bunting George, carpenter, 158 e Monument 
Bunting George R., clothing cutter, 24 s High 
Bunting George W., carpenter, 7 Gough 
Bunting Dr. John, bailiff Criminal Court, 20 

Ann 
Bunting J. J., (Bunting & Ridgely,) 140 w 

Fayette 
Bunting Joseph, carpenter, 140 s Central av 
Bunting Mrs. Margaret, boarding, 43 Pine 
Bunting Mrs. Mary E., confec'ry, 333 Light 
Bunting & Ridgely. (J. J. Bunting and L. G. 
Ridgely,) mer'nt tailors, 3 Franklin Build- 
ing, North 
Bunting Robert W., mariner, 76 William 
Bunting Mrs. Sarah, 377 Light 
Bunting Washington A., mariner, 377 Light 
Bunting Wm. carpenter, 22 s Carey 
Bur.ting Wm. J., shoemaker, 70 n Howard 
Bunlzinthal Francis, grocery, 37 Rose 
Bunyan Ann, 106 n Calvert 
Bunyan Mary, tailoress, ]06 n Calvert 
Burbage John, laborer, Falls road near North- 
ern av 
Burbage John E., jr., salesman, 332 Aisquith 
Burbage Mrs. Maria, 332 Aisquith 
Burbank David, com. merchant, 148 w Pratt 

dw 242 Saratoga 
Burbank Leonard, salesman, 13 Pearl 
Burch Francis A., ship joiner, 3 a Caroline' 



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Burch Fred'k D., comb maker, 554 Saratoga 
Burch James A., ship joiner, 294 e Lombard 
Burch Mary, dressmaker, 3 s Caroline 
Burch Mary A., confectionery, 554 Saratoga 
Burch Tliomas B., clerk in Court Common 

Pleas, 49 Washington, F. P. 
Burch Wm N., (Townsend, Friend & Co.,) 

Prince George's co., Md. 
Burchard J. C., messenger Adams' Express 

Co , 110 w Fayette 
Burchinal John, clerk, 110 \v Fayette 
Burchling John, cigar maker, 33 Albemarle 
Burdett Aaron, copper plate maker, 364 Lex- 
ington 
Burdett Edwin, copper plate maker, 364 Lex- 
ington 
Burdett Francis, dentist, 27 s Broadway 
Burdick Wm. H., attorney, 59 w Fayette, 

dw 158 w Lombard 
Bure Joseph, laborer, 128 Scott 
Bures James, harness maker, 297 Canton av 
Burg Kuhn, Ijakcr, 277 n Central av 
Burg Thos. B., clerk, 49 s Washington, F. P. 
Burgan Annie J., tailoress, corner Lloyd and 

Baltimore 
Burgan E., laborer, 124 L. Greene 
Burgan John, soldier, 183 East 
Burgan Sarah, 115 n Gay 
Burgan Thos. T., cigar maker, 69 n Caroline 
Burgard Peter, glass blower, 140 Hughes 
Burgee Mrs. Elizabeth, 421 n Central av 
Burger Charles, grocery, Frederick road near 

Calverton 
Burger Frank J., glass blower, Stockholm, 

between Eutaw and Russell 
Burger Gustav, gardener, 242 Greenmountav 
Burger Henry, dry goods and variety, 212 s 

Broadway 
Burger John, blacksmith, 114 Hamburg 
Burger Nicholas, 199 William 
Burgenstock Henry, tailor, 141 n Bond 
Burgess B. T., (C. W. Burgess & Son,) 190 

e Fayette 

Burgess Benj. pattern maker, 41 s Poppleton 

Burgess Caleb H. & John, silver platers, 

Fayette near Sharp, dw Caleb H. B., 450 

Lexington 

Burgess Charles R., (Wm. Burgess & Son,) 

100 n Greene 
Burgess C. W., (C. W. Burgess & Son,) 162 

n Gay 
BURGESS C. W. & SON, (C. W. Burgess, 

B. T. Burgess,) grocers, 166 n Gay 
Burgess Geo. K., dep. clerk Criminal Court, 

232 e Fayette 
Burgess James, shoemaker, 223 n Bond 
Burgess John, (Caleb H. & John Burgess,) 

75 n Poppleton 
Burgess John T., policeman, 73 n Caroline 
Burgess Laomi, upholsterer, 26 n Liberty 
Burgess Mary, tailoress, 76 s Fremont 
Burgess Owen, silver plater, 69 n Pine 
Burgess Stephen E., carpenter, 232 e Fayette 
Burgess Theodore H., clerk, 36 s Exeter 
Burgess Thomas, commission mer't, 106 Lee 
Burgess Wm. & Son, (Wm. Burgess, C. R. 
Burgess,) merchant tailors, 5 s Sharp, dw 
Wm. B. n w corner Greene and Mulberry 
Burgess Wm. T., pattern maker, 45 s Pop- 
pleton 
Burgess Wm., blacksmith, 9 Josephine 
Burgess Wm., blacksmith, 470 w Lombard 
Burgess Wrn. H. clerk, 91 Jefferson 



Burgher Charles, baker, 342 s Sharp 
Burgian Mary F., 57 n Exeter 
Burgmeyer, Adam, laborer, 260 n Central av 
Burgu'nder Benjamin & Co., (B. Burgunder 

and D. Ambach,) wholesale clothiers, 11 

German 
Burgunder Benjamin, (B. Burgunder & Co.,) 

276 w Pratt 
Burgunder Joseph, boot and shoe dealer, 295 

w Pratt 
Burgunder Joseph, merchant tailor, s w cor. 

Pratt and Eutaw, dw 303 w Pratt 
Burgunder Simon, clothier, 53 w Baltimore 

BUEGY W. CORWIN, Importer 
and Wholesale Dealer in Grocers' 
articles, teas, &c. Sole Agent for 
Maryland and District of Colum- 
bia, for Thurston Hall & Go's 
Boston Crackers and Jaques Bros' 
pure native Catawba and Isabella 
Wines, 14 n Charles, dw 347 n 
Eutaw , 

Burk Francis, shoemaker, 18 Hampstead 
Burk John, cooper, 17 n Central av 
Burk Mrs. Johanna, 397 w Pratt 
Burk Patrick, barkeeper, 167 L. Greene 
Burk Tobias, cooper, 11 n Spring 
Burk Wm., 184 Gough 
Burk Wm., police, 132 e Madison 
Burk Wm., mariner, 67 Albemarle 
Burkamp Francis, baker, 149 n Eutaw 
Burkard Conrad, laborer, 51 s Regester 
Burkardt Philip, varnisher, 29 Union 
Burkhard Jos'h, harness maker, 27 s Regester 
Burkhard Peter, harness maker, 144 n Cen- 
tral av 
Burke Andrew J., deputy warden city jail, 

262 Greenmount av 
Burke Catherine, seamstress, 29 Mosher 
Burke Catherine, tailoress, 12 Low 
Burke Dominic, pattern maker, 26 s Schroeder 
Burke Edward, 40 Lee 
Burke Ezekiel, plasterer, 127 n Eden 
Burke Elizabeth, restaurant, 143 e Pratt 
Burke Eliza, 159 Garden 
Burke Geo. W. 134 Cathedral 
Burke George B. clerk Savings Bank of Bal- 
timore, 1,34 Cathedral 
Burke Henry, paper hanger, 1 Williamson al 
Burke Jacob, lamplighter, 99 Druid Hill av. 
Burke Jacob, huckster, 72 Preston 
Burke Jacob W. police, 104 Preston 
Burke, John, laborer, 126 s Washington, FP 
Burke John laborer, 73 York 
Burke John H. H. feed, 580 w Pratt 
Burke John grocery, 7 Hull 
Burke Joseph, boarding house, 350 s Bond 
Burke Joseph F. bricklayer, 636 w Baltimore 
Burke Justus, blacksmith, 271 Canton av 
Burke Lawrence, shoemaker, 62 Center Mar- 
ket space, dw 123 s Exeter 
Burke, Mrs. Mary, 43 Haubert 
Burke, Margaret, confectionery , 43 n Fremont 
Burke Margaret, grocer, 148 Bank 
Burke Mrs. Mary, 34 Chatsworth 
Burke Michael, laborer, 193 Vine 
Burke Michael laborer, 55 Haubert 
Burke Michael, tailor, 37 s Front 



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Burke Michael, grocer, 74 York 

Burke Nichs. stone cutter, 256 Greenmount av 

Burke Oliver, fireman, 99 Druid Hill av 

Burke Owen, laborer, 7 Jenkins al 

Burke Mrs. Pamelia,uphoIs. 94 n Howard 

Burke Patrick, laborer, 30 s Poppleton 

Burke Patrick, laborer, 15 Cuba 

Burke Patrick, barkeeper, 167 L Greene 

Burke Richard, laborer, 13 n Amity 

Burke Richard, tinner, 14 Holland 

Burke Robert, tinner, cor Holland and Eden 

Burke Robert, Boston w of Clinton 

Burke Sarah, 127 n Eden 

Burke Mrs. Sabina 1 Page al 

Burke Thomas, soldier, 235 n Bond 

Burke Thomas, painter, 520 w Baltimore, dw 

317 Saratoga 
Burke Thomas E. tavern, 113)^ McElderry's 

wharf 
Burke Wm. H. cigar maker, 134 n Ga}' 
Burke Wm. engineer, 16 Lemmon 
Burke Wm. B. oyster packer, 5 Mercer, dw 

472 Penna. av 
Burke Wm. R. butcher, 256 Greenmount av 
Burkeat Peter, harness maker, 144 n. Cen- 
tral av 
Burkert Charles, tailor, 36 n Caroline 
Burkert George, shoemaker, 4 Jasper 
Burkert John, laborer, 227 s Bond 
Burkett John, shoemaker, 308 Mulberry 
Burkhard Anthony, glass blow'r,12 McHenry 
Burkhard Philip, varnisher, 29 Union 
Burkhardt Andreas, laborer, 62 s Regester 
Burkhardt George, laborer, 1 Port 
Burkhardt Jacob, car driver, 31 Preston 
Burkhead Johil W. police, 409 n Gay 
Burkins Isaac, engineer, 29 s Republican 
Burkins Wm. moulder, 220 Hollins 
Burkman Charles U. carpenter, 34 Haubert 
Burkman Frederick, 18 Haw 
Burkman M. 230 s Charles 
Burley Henry W. police, 256 c Madison 
Burley Isaac, shoemaker, 178 n Caroline 
Burley Matilda, millinery, 27 Stirling 
Burlin John, laborer, 99 Washington, F H 
Burlingame Dr. Waterman, dentist, 54 n 

Charles 
Burlingham John, plasterer, 133 s Fremont 
Burman Ernest H. confect 87 n Fremont 
Burman Jer. police, 11 s Shroeder 
Burman Jer. police, 544 w Pratt 
Burman Mrs. grocer, 29 Rock 
Burmingham John, pattern mk. 53 Milliman 
Burmingham Mary, 1.32 s Fremont 
Burn Mrs. Mary, 1 Liberty al 
Burn Robert, ship carpenter, 226 Bank 
Burn Robert jr. ship carpenter, 226 Bank 
Burnap Mrs. Geo. W. 45 n Calvert 
Burnay Wm. foundryman, 309 Light 
Burne John, salesman, 46 Barre 
Burne Mrs. Mary, 46 Barre 
Burner Catherine, 180 n High 
Burnes Bridget, 159 Aliceanna 
Burnes Charles H. laborer, 98 Stiles 
Burnes Dennis, laborer, 8 Constitution 
Burnes Edward, painter, 38 Orleans 
Burnes James, laborer, Donnelly's ct 
Burnes James, ship carpenter, 177 s Wash- 
ington , F P 
Burnes Mary, 263 Forrest 
Burnes Peter, mariner, 314 Aliceanna 
Burnes William, carpenter, 382 Harford av 
Burneston Dr. Edward, 475 Penna. av 



Burneston Isaac B. bookkeeper, 154 e Balti- 
more 
Burnett Alford, carpenter, 86 Granby 
Burnett Rev. D. S. n w cor Fayette and 

Eutaw 
Burnett Elijah, teacher, Baltimore Business 

College, cor St. Paul and Lexington 
Burnett, George, time keeper, 2 n Schroeder 
Burnett Geo. H. carpenter, 30 Gough 
Burnett Geo. R. clerk, 25 s Howard 
Burnett George R. clerk, 26 Columbia 
Burnett Henrv H. (Hollins & Burnett,) 65 s 

Gay 
Burnett Jane, confectioner, 188 e Baltimore 
Burnett Joseph P. police, 202 Aisquith 
Burnett Capt. Joseph P. 10 Gough 
Burnett Maria L. teacher, n w cor Eden and 

Union al 
Burnett Mary E. teacher, 56 n. Eden 
Burnett M. conductor City R. R. 22 Druid 

Hillav 
Burnett Philip, sailor, 10 n Durham 
Burnett Washington, 254 e Pratt 
Burnett Wm. A. 54 n Eden 
Burnett Wm. watchman, 54 n Eden 
Burnett Wm. T. clerk B. & O. R. R. 146 Lee 
Burnett Wm. H., Gough w of Caroline 
Burney James, 114 St. Peter 
Burnham Capt. Enoch, mariner, 356 e Balti- 
more 
Burnham John T. blacksmith, 48 n. Paca 
Burnham John F. dairyman, 51 Granby 
Burnham, John, blacksmith, 48 n Paca, dw 

33 Cliatsworth 
Burnham John W. clerk, 356 e Baltimore 
Burnham Samuel, painter, 49 n Eden 
Burnhcart Joseph, hat store, 166 s Sharp 
Burningham John, laborer, 132 s Fremont 
Burnheimer Sigmond, tailor, 704 w Balti- 
more 
Burns Agnes, washerwoman, 7 L McElderry 
Burns Andrew, 190 s Central av 
Burns Mrs. Ann, boardmg house, 9 Fell 
Burns Benj. barkeeper Susquehanna House, 

s e cor Franklin and Calvert 
Burns Dennis, laborer, 98 Granby 
Burns Edw. hatter, 40 Centre Market space 
Burns Edward, painter, 38 Orleans 
Burns Edward, painter, 77 n Schroeder 
Burns Elizabeth, 951 w Baltimore 
Burns Edward, clerk, 211 s Charles 
Burns Edward, carpenter, 252 Franklin 
Burns Francis, sr., (Burns, Russell & Co.) 

168 w Fayette 
Burns Francis, jr. (Wilson & Burns) 175 w 

Hoffman 
Burns George, butcher, 172 s Central av 
BURNS GEORGE W. shoe store, 338 w 

Baltimore, dw. 168 w Fayette 
Burns Henry, grocery, 71 Watson 
Burns James, pilot, 340 e Fayette 
Burns Mrs. Jane, 150 Pearl 
Burns John, hostler, 140 Parkin 
Burns John, laborer, rear of 42 Tyson 
Burns John, laborer, 12 n Amity 
Burns John T. 135 Orleans 
Burns John, blacksmith, Lombard w of Carey 
Burns John, laborer, 78 s Dallas 
Burns Joseph, soldier, 353 e Eager 
Burns Joseph, laborer, 7 Tyson 
Burns Lewis H. blacksmith, Lombard w ot 

Carey 
Burns Martin, moulder, 1 Webb 



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Burns Mary A. 63 Columbia 

Burns Mary, Walsh bet Biddle and Green 

willow 
Burns Matthew, carter, 172 s Central av 
Burns Michael, laborer, 271 William- 
Burns Michael, shoemaker, 262 n Gay 
Burns Michael, painter, 104 Franklin 
Burns Owen, com. merchant 162 e Fayette 
Burns Patrick R. tailor, 70 Orleans 
Burns Patrick, drayman, 208 German 
Burns Patrick, laborer, 138 Hamburg 
Burns Patrick, laborer, 37 Stockton al 
Burns Patrick, moulder, 109 Cathedral 
Burns Patrick, laborer, 41 York 
Burns Patrick, laborer, 51 Union 
Burns Peter, drayman, 7 Townsend 
Burns Richard, caulker, 37 Henrietta 
Burns Robert A. harness maker, 564 Lex- 
ington 
BURNS, RUSSELL & CO. brickmakers, 30 

Columbia 
Burns Saml. carpenter, 129 Washington, FH 
BURNS & SLOAN, (Saml. Burns and G. F. 
Sloan) lumber merch'ts, 132 Light st wharf 
Burns Thomas, blacksmith, 24 Jew al 
Burns Thomas, laborer, 173 s Durham 
Burns Walter, peddler, 13 s Washington, F. P 
Burns Wm. finisher, 255 Hamburg 
Burns Wm. F. finisher, 25 s Schroeder 
Burns Wm. F. (Burns, Russell & Co,) Madi- 
son av. near Dolphin 

BURNSIDE, GUSTIN & CO. (J. 
O. P. Burnside, E. P. Gustin and 
W. Polk) General Agents Nation- 
al Life and Health Insurance Co. 
Insures against all kinds of acci- 
dents by travel or otherwise, 15 
8 Gay. 

Burnside Capt. .lames O. P. (Burnside, Gustin 

& Co.) 366 e Biitimore 
Burnslagle George, I 1 1 orer, 199 William 
Burnup Elizabeth, 3 n Caroline 
Burrier Raymond, bricklayer, 247 n Eden 
Burris, Susan, 3 Tripoletts al 
BURROUGH BROS. (E. E. Burrough, S. 

G Burrough and H. Burrough) wholesale 

druggists, 54 and 56 Light 
Burrough E. E. (Burrough Bros.) s e cor 

Madison and McMechin 
Burrough H. (Burrough Bros.) w Lombard 

near Parkin 
Burrough Jacob, lime dealer, office 52 Light, 

dw s e cor Madison and McMechin 
Burrough S. G. (Burrough Bros.) s e cor 

Madison and McMechin 
Burroughs Mrs. Elizabeth, 573^ Harrison 
Burroughs Mrs. Elizabeth, 3 n "Fremont 
Burrow Lieut. Frederick M., U. S. A., 34 n 

Calvert 
Burrows Ellen, 692 w Pratt 
Burrows Peter, tavern, Clinton s. of Boston 
Burruss Henry L. paper carrier, 66 Raborg 
Burruss John L. watchman, 66 Raborg 
Burslem Alexander, laborer, St. Charles ho- 
tel, Hull bet Marriott and Nicholson 
Burt Alfred P. Secretary Laurel Cannel Coal 

and Oil Co., n e cor South and Second, dw 

82 e Baltimore 
Burt Thomas, salesman, 59 Columbia 



Burtoff George, cooper, 240 Cross 

Burton Charles, wagoner, 249 n Eden 

Burton Ellen, tailoress, 46 e Eager 

Burton Edwin S. 12 Laurel 

Burton Geo.W. (Raymond, Burton & Co.) 38 

w Baltimore 
Burton Mrs. Hannah, 310 Caroline 
Burton Isaac, machinist, 799 w Baltimore 
Burton John S. police, 9}4 n Eutaw 
Burton John A. police, 9f4 n Eutaw 
Burton Mrs. Jane, rear 71 Lexington 
Burton Mrs. Margaret, 137 n Front 



BURTON DR. O. A. 

w Fayette street. 



Dentist, 94 



Burton Robert, police, 290 Mulberry 
Burton Thos. C. steam dyer, 121 Lexington 
Burton Thomas R. mariner, 305 e Pratt 
Burton Thomas, 326 e Monument 
Burton Wm. dyer, 121 Lexington 
Burwell Mary C. S. dress mak. 115 Columbia 
Busbey John, tinner, n e cor Gay and Monu- 
ment 
Busby Robert, bakery, 54 n Eden 
Busch Bernard, grocery, hquor, flour and feed 

store, 406 Harford av 
Busch Bernard, cabinet mak. 49 Constitution 
Busch Bernhardt, cabinet maker, 266 n Cen- 
tral av 
Busch George, cabinet maker, Frederick road 

near toll gate 
Burch Frank W. laborer, 20 s Chapel 
BUSCH GEORGE W. Ferry Bar House, 

dw 494 Light 
Busch Henry, laborer, 308 J'ohnson 
Busch Henry, cabinet maker, 6 New 
BUSCH HENRY, restaurant, 204 Light 
Busch Lawrence, jeweler, 279 n Gay 
Busch Wm. H. engineer, 203 Montgomery 
Busch Wm. cooper, 186 Canton av 
Buschman Clement A. tailor, 197 Lexington 
BUSCHMAN & CO'S (Ernst Buschman 
and Theodore Weiber) steam sawing and 
planing mill, cor President and Canton av. 
and Caroline and Canton av 
Buschman Ernst, (Buschman & Co.) 34 e 

Pratt 
Buschman Frederick, grocery, 317 Hanover 
Buschman Frederick, painter, 60 Mulberry 

BUSCHMAN FRANCIS, Merchant 
Tailor, 9 n Liberty. 

Buschman Henry, merchant tailor, 220 Lex- 
ington 

Buschman Hermann, tailor, 1,35 Lexington 

Buschman Victor, 34 e Pratt 

BUSCHMANN VICTOR H. tailor's trim- 
mings, &c. 2 Hanover, dw239 w Fayette 

Buser Joseph, shoemaker, 494 w Lombard 

Busey Rev. E F. 26 n Paca 

Busey James R. brickmouider, 778 w Balti- 
more 

Busey Norval H. photographer, 53 n Greene 

Busey Sarah N. 53 n Greene 

Busey Wm. M. attorney, 71 w Fayette, dw 
53 n Greene 

Bush Abraham, 440 Light 

Bush Geo. H.C. J. car driver, 268 e Lombard 

Bush Geo. W. bricklayer, 96 Richmond 

Bush Henry, moulder, 70 Eislein 

Bush John, cigar maker, 6 Somerset 



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Bush Dr. Louis F. 212 n Eden 

Bush Peter, laborer, Stockholm, between Eu- 

taw and Russell 
Bush WiliiaiTi, teamster, 78 Tdwson 
Busick Daniel, boot fitter, 370 n Gay 
Busick Geo. W. painter, 6 Thomson 
Busick James, boot fitter, 217 n Eden 
Busick Joshua W. hatter, 370 n Gay 
Busick Joshua, shoemaker, 370 n Gay 
Busick Levin, boot fitter, 228 n Caroline 
Busick Wm. S. clerk, 62 Hanover 
Busick W. S., Mansion House 
Busk Mrs. H. J. 668 Lexington 
Busk Homy, blacksmith, 321 s Bond 
Busk John, bookkeeper, 129 s Broadway 
Busk Martin, laborer, 638 Light 
Busk Dr. Tiiomas M. 52 s Broadway 
Busk Mrs. Thomas M. 52 s Broadway 
Buskey Ann, 108 Thames 
Busky John, car driver, 472 Canton av 
Bussa Bernard, boiler maker, 55 Buren 
Bussarbaker Charles, laborer, 103 Elliott 
Busdard Marshall L. engineer, 10 Lemmon 
Bussard Matthew, watchman ai Mt. Clare, 

dw 591 w [^ombard 
Bussee John V. butter dealer, 234 s Broadway 
Bussman Anna, boots and shoes, 240 s Charles 
BUTCHER ALEXANDER, confectioner, 

160 w Baltimore, dw 15 Hollins 
Butcher Andrew, cigar maker, 216 McElderry 
Butcher Catharine, 146 s Washington, F. P. 
Butcher Franklin, carpenter, 132 Pearl 
Butcher's Hide and Tallow Association, cor 

Falls and Buren 
Butchki John F. weigher, 82 Central av 
Butelier Anthony, 108 McElderry 
Butler Dr. A. C. surgeon chiropodist, 4 Barnet 
Butler Albert, soldier, rear of 592 Saratoga 
Butler Abraham, machinist, 678 w Baltimore 
Butler & Bealmer, (E.,Butler, J. A Bealmer,) 

merchant tailors, 236 w Pratt 
Butler Chas. 293 Madison av 
Butler Mrs. Catharine, 263 Forrest 
Butler Elijah, ( Butler & Bealmer,) 122 William 
Butler Francis, baker, 843 w Pratt 
Butler Geo. T. carpenter, 230 Chase 
Butler Isaac, 294 Penna. av 
Butler James, carpenter, 126 Saratoga 
Butler James, clerk, 154 n Front 
BUTLER DR. JAMES H. 144 Mulberry 
Butler Jarvis, U. S. N. 278 e Fayette 
Butler John, jr., American Telegraph Co. 121 

Conway 
Butler John, 302 s Charles 
Butler John, 121 Conway 
Butler John, painter, 4 Ramsay 
Butler John W. (Butler, Perego & Way,) 

169 w Lombard 
Butler John, cooper, 302 s Charles 
Butler Joseph, butcher, 181 s Regester 
Butler Mrs. Kate, 138 Raborg 
Butler Mrs. Lydia, 140 Franklin 
Butler Lucy, 1 Nelson's ct 
Butler Margaret, dressmaker, 94 Grundy 
Butler Mrs. Margaret, 8 n Greene 
Butler Martin, carter, 58 Orleans 
Butler Martin, porter, 1 L. Spring 
Butler Martin, laborer, 63 s Caroline 
Butler Mary, 24 Philpot 
Butler Mary A. milliner, 4 s Poppleton 
Butler N. soldier, 25 Slaughterhouse al 
Butler Ormand, engineer, 58 s Poppleton 
Butler Peter, hostler, 4 New 



BUTLER, PERIGO& WAY, (J. W. Butler, 
J. L. Perigo & A. H Way,) looking-glass, 
picture frame manufacturers, &c., n w cor 
Charles and Fayette 
Butler Richard, 94 Camden 
Butler Richard, engineer, 52 s Poppleton 
Butler Samuel, ship builder. Decker av near 

Northern av 
Butler Samuel, bookkeeper, 69 w Lombard 
Butler Capt. Sprague J. 287 e Fayette 
Butler Stephen, machinist, 964 w Baltimore 
Butler Thomas C. clerk Bait. Fire Ins. Co., 

148 e Baltimore 
Butler Thomas, shoemaker, 15 New Church 
Butler Thomas E._ printer, 121 Conway 
Butler Thomas, rnariner, 14 Stiles 
Butler Wm. J. blacksmith, Philadelphia road 

near city limits 
Butler Wm. laborer, 5 Camden la 
Butler Wm. F. messenger,- 119 William 
Butscher Andrew, tobacconist, 135 Forrest 
Butt Henry, grocery, 158 Pennsylvania av 
Butt John H. tailor, 29 Hampstead 
Butt Samuel, plasterer, 86 Druid Hillav' 
Butterfield Sarah M. 106 n Exeter 
Rutterfield, Wm. J. printer, 106 n Exeter 
Butterhoff Peter, laborer. 12 Anthony 
Butterworth Anton, wheelwright, 666 w Balti- 
more 
Buttner Christian, shoemaker, 113 n Calvert 
Buttner Leonard, 248 s Ann 
Buttner John A. baker, 334 e Eager 
Bulz Andrew, cooper, 35 Elizabeth la 
Buvinger George, tinner, 138 Fine 
Buxbaum Jacob, umbrella maker, 602 w Bal- 
timore 
Buxenster Otto, police, 155 e Pratt 
Buynon Wm. copper smelter, Clinton s of 

Boston 
BUZBY DAVID T. general com. merchant, 6 
Exchange Place, dw sw cor Eager and St. 
Paul 
Buzby J. Frank, clerk, 49 Lexington • 
Buzby Joseph A. shoemaker, 15 Perry 
Byer Christian, butcher, 9 s Poppleton 
Byer Conrad, soldier, 30 Liberty al 
Byer Henry, baker, 30 Jasper 
Byer John, laborer, 41 Block 
Byer John, shoemaker, 14 Baker ct 
Byer Thomas, shoemaker, 14 Baker ct 
Byers Adam, cigar maker, 18 n Dallas 
Byers Frederick, 663 w Fayette 
Byers Jacob, millwright, 716 w Pratt 
Byers John, laborer, 284 s Dallas 
Byers John, tailor, 5 Mullikin 
Byersmith Andrew, laborer, 177 s Eden 
BYRD ALFRED H. attorney, 30 St. Paul, 

dw 246 n Eutaw 
Byrd Mrs. E. R. 246 n Eutaw . 
Byrd George H. 234 n Eutaw 
Byrd Oden, carpenter, 46 Warren 
Byrn Wm. dry goods, 163 n Gay, dw 76 n 

Front 
Byrn Wm. T. (Shaw & Byrn,) 101 s Exeter 
Byrna Patrick, 37 Stockton al 
Byrne Andrew J. carpenter, 2 e Fayette, dw 

34 n Frederick 
Byrne Andrew, wagoner, 81 Hampstead 
Bryne Anna, 90 w Centre 
Byrne Anna M. 286 Eastern av 
Byrne Bridget, 34 n Frederick 
Byrne Bridget 384 w Eager 
Byrne Caroline M, 103 Druid Hill av 



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Byrne Henry F. inspector custom house, 63 
s Washington, F. P. 

BYRNE HUGH, tavern, 70 President 

Byrne James J. clerk, 247 n Gay 

Byrne James P. cabinet maker, 39 n Front 

Byrne John B. clerk, 49 George 

Byrne Joseph, carver and gilde^i-, 32 n Calvert, 
dw 353 e Eager 

Byrne Joseph, driver, 87 s Spring 

Byrne Joseph F. 39 n Front 

Byrne Joanna, laundry, "Wine al near Charles, 
dw 70 President 

Byrne Lawrence, clerk, 297 North 

Byrne Mrs. Mary, trimmings, 247 n Gay 

Byrne Michael, harness maker, s \v cor Pratt 
and Penn 

Byrne Owen, 120 s Wolfe 

Byrne Thomas F. carpenter, 373 Lexington 

Byrne Wm. 32 McElderry 

Byrne Wm. H bookkeeper, 189 Aisquith 

Byrne Wm. H. (Long & Byrne,) 103 Druid 

Hill av 
Byrnes Mrs. Eliza, grocery, 18 Morris al 
Byrnes Francis, attendant Md. Hospital 
Byrnes John, clerk, Barre near Hanover 
Byrnes Lawrence, laborer, 64 Durst al 
Byrnes Patrick, laborer, 2 L. Church 
Byrnes Peter W. grocery, 30 Druid Hill av 
Byrnes Wm. T. coachmaker, 528 w Pratt 
Byron Mrs. Sarah J. 281 Columbia 
Byrot Geoi'ge, shoemakar, 173 King 
Byus Mrs. Elizabeth, 159 Hughes 
Byus John W. engineer, 159 Hughes 
Byus Joseph H. 123 s Sharp 

C. 

Cable George S. plasterer, 209 e Madison 

Cacy Eliza A. 173 n Eutaw 

Cacy Rosetta, 173 n Eutaw 

Cadden Anthony, laborer, Falls road near toll 

gate 
Cade Capt. Nelson, mariner, 124 s Ann 
Cadel Samuel, watchman, 163 Go^gh 
Cadell Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 6 Mi'Henry 
Cadez John B., U. S. A. 141 e Monument 
Cadimor Louisa, seamstress, 171 s Ann 
Cadow James E. 348 w Fayette 
Cadwallader Abel G. harness maker, 37 s 

Poppleton 
Cadwallader H. C. police, 37 s Poppleton 
Cadwallader Harrison C. harness maker, 37 

s Poppleton 
Cadwallader Louisa, 55 s Regester 
Cadwallader Mrs. Mary A. 37 s Poppleton 
Cadwallader Sergt. L. W. police, 18 George 
Cadwallader Sanford E. custom house, dw 138 

Pine 
Cadwell HenVy A. clockmaker, 128 Pine 
Cady Mark, laborer, 183 Vine 
Cady Serena L. confectioner, 315 n Gay 
Cahall Mrs. Ann M. 302 e Lombard 
Cahan Mrs. Mary, 28 New Church 
Cahn Bernard, (Greenebaum Bro. & Cahn,) 

102 n Eutaw 
Cafferty Thomas, carter, 95 s Central av 
Cafferty Thomas, cordwainer, 95 s Central av 
Caffrey John T. student, n e cor Pratt and 

Paca 
Caffrey Thomas, grocer, n e corner Pratt and 

Paca, dw 177 s Paca 
Cagan 13arney, tinner, 77 s Chester 
Cahill Edward, laborer, Uirick al 



Cahill John, (Jas. Clark & Co.,) 5 Hill 
Cahill Joseph N., U. S. N., 74 Barre 
Cahill Martin, engineer, 182 McHenry 
Cahill Patrick, lumb. inspector, 105 Cathedra! 
Cahill Pearce, liquors, 6 Cuba 
Cahill Timothy, receiving ship, dw 110 s 

Wolfe 
Cahl Gregor, photographer, 87 e Lombard ' 
Cain Mrs. Bedelia, 14 Stiles 
Cain Franklin, laborer, 25 Plum 
Cain James F. confectioner, 67 Orleans 
Cain John, laborer, 147 Albemarle 
Cam John, sr., drayman, 32 St. Peter 
Cain John, jr., carter, 32 St Peter 
Cain John W. carter, 32 St. Peter 
Cain Mrs. Mary, liquors, 206 Light 
Cain Mrs. Mary, 118 Cross 
Cain Mrs. Mary, liquors, 147 Albemarle 
Cain Patrick, laborer, 74 Buren 
Cain Mrs. Sarah P. boarding, 69 w Centre 
Cain Wm. H. butcher, 67 Boyd 
Cairns James, (Ellis & Cairns,) 14 s Gay 
Calame C. Wm. clerk, 147 w Fayette 
Calbert M. machinist, 57 Portland 
Calder Edward, machinist, 133 Eden 
Calder Robert A. 265 e Pratt 
Calder Wm. grocery, 157 Eastern av 
Calderwood Robert, stationery, 116 w Balti- 
more, dw Brown's Hotel, 119 n High 
Callaghan Dennis, laborer, 9 Foster al 
Callaghan Patrick, laborer, 214 Light 
Callahan Mrs. Anna, 168 Dover 
Callahan Daniel, laborer, 71 n Spring 
Callahan Dennis, oyster packer, foot of Mill, 

dw Exeter, n of Eastern av 
Callahan Edward, laborer, 12 Comet 
Callahan Edward, laborer, 214 Light 
Callahan Elizabeth, grocery, 51 Tyson 
Callahan James, 408 s Charles 
Callahan James, laborer, 51 Tyson 
Callahan John, blacksmith, 61 Mulberry 
Callahan John, laborer, Clinton near Toone 
Callahan Mary, 78 Holiday 
Callahan Michael, laborer, 188 Canton av 
Callahan Michael, laborer, 2 Little al 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, 18 s Front 
Caldwell A. P. clerk, 188 n Exeter 
Caldwell A. J. (Caldwell & Clarke,) Baltimore 

nr Caroline 
CALDWELL & CLARKE, (A. J. Caldwell, 
A. Clarke,) iron merchants, 53 Exchange 
Place 
Caldwell Daniel, dyer, 42 n High 
Caldwell F.lijah, milkman, 1 Foster al 
Caldwell George G. dyer, 42 n High 
Caldwell James A. 115 n Paca 
Caldwell John A. clerk, 31,Garden 
Caldwell John, baker, 126 Druid Hill aV 
Caldwell Mrs. Maranda, 115 n Paca 
Caldwell Mrs. Maria H. 53 McCulloh 
Caldwell Martin, laborer, 631 Light 
Caldwell Virginia, 31 Garden 
Caldwell Wm. boiler maker, 162 William 
Caldwell Wm. M. bookkeeper, 486 Lexington 
Caldwell Wm. Q. sr., architect and measurer, 

85 w Fayette, dw 188 n Exeter 
Caldwell Wm. Q. jr. carpenter, 188 n Exeter 
Cale Dr. L. A. 94 w Pratt 
Calef John H lieut. and adjt. 2d U. S. Artil- 
lery, Fort McHenry 
Callaghan Edward, laborer, 214 Light 
Callahan Dennis, oyster packer, foot Mill-at 
dw 129 s Exeter 



HEIVRY GIESE, Commission Merclianit, tor the sale of Floiir, Grnin, Seeds, &c. 
Rosendale Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on hand, 81 Spear's AVliarf. 



Well-dressed People buy their Clothing of SMITH BKOS. & CO., 
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Callahan Margaret, 4 Buren 

Callahan Mary, 18 Slemmer al 

Callahan Patrick, gas fitter and plumber, 19 

n Calvert, dw 3 Valley- 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, 19 Concord 
Callahan Patrick, hostler, 216 Raborg 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, 4 Buren 
Callahan Timothy, plasterer, s w cor Eager 

and McKim 
Callahan Timothy, oyster packer, Light be- 
tween Barre and Lee 
Callan Andrew, laborer, 160 Forrest 
Calian Christopher, attorney, 11 Parkin 
Callan Francis, 175 s Chester 
Callan Mrs. Mary, 18 Chew 
Callaway George, huckster, 177 Conway 
Callaway Wm. S. police, 121 Jefferson 
Callenberger, Wm. puddler, 100 Hudson 
Callender George W. plasterer, 100 Aisquith 
Callender, Henry, soldier, 8 Williamson al 
Callender John, laborer, 127 s Castle al 
Callender Mary E. teacher, 100 Aisquith 
Callender William, plasterer, 100 Aisquith 
Callener Martin, laborer, 8 n Oregon 
Callen Mrs., 24 Willow 
Callin Margaret, 225 Forrest 
Callis Geore R. bricklayer, 69 s Caroline 
Callis James H. coal yard, Baltimore, near 

Bond, dw 1 n Regester 
Callow Wm. clerk, 167 German 
Calloway Rev. C. M. 219 Franklin 
Calnan Thomas, porter, cor Hampstead and 

Dallas 
Calvert Hall, or St. Joseph's Academy, 79 

Saratoga 
Calvert John G. granite, Pratt, e of Fremont, 

dw 3.3 Scott 
CALVERT STATION, Northern Central 

Railway, n e cor Franklin and Calvert 
Calvert St. Spring, Calvert, between Saratoga 

and Pleasant 
Calvert Wm. pattern maker, 62 Light, dw 

Anne Arundel county 
Calvert Wm. H. cigar maker, 123 n Gay 
Calvert Wm. cigar maker, 12 George 
Calwell John C. block and pump maker, 157 

e Pratt 
Calwell John K. (Norris, Calwell & Co.) 41 

n Carey 
Calwell L. B. (Sloan &Calwell,) Baltimore Co 
Calwell L. V. teacher, 149 Chatsworth 
Calwell Mrs. Rose, 149 Chatsworth 
CAMDEN STATION, B. & 0. R. R. front- 
ing Howard, Camden, Eutaw and Lee 
Camden Wm. hostler, 41 e Fayette 
Cameron C. C. commission merchant, 50 s 

Howard, dw 196 n Eutaw 
Cameron Charles, commission merchant, 50 s 

Howard, dw 196 n Eutaw 
Cameron Daniel W. bookkeeper, 214 Saratoga 
Cameron Hugh, tailor, 97 Chew 
Cameron James D. president N. C. R., Cal- 
vert station 
Cameron Rachel, 71 Ensor 
Camp James, laborer, 80 Luzerne 
Camp James L. bookkeeper, 43 n Fremont 
Camp Joseph, carpenter, 103 Druid Hill av 
Campbell Alexander, clerk custom house, 31 

s Eden 
Campbell Mrs. Ann E. milliner, 290 e Pratt 
Campbell Mrs. Ann, 389 Cross 
Campbell Benjamin F. carpenter, 156 George 
Campbell Bernard, 107 Stirling 



Campbell Catharine, tailoress, 92 Ramsay 
Campbell Mrs. Catharine, grocery, 26 s Pop- 

pleton 
Campbell Charles, gardener, 17 s Fremont 
Campbell Charles, photographer, over 73 

Baltimore 
Campbell Charles, finisher, 546 w Pratt 
Campbell Mrs. Ellen, Dolphin n of Druid 

Hill av 
Campbell Mrs. Eliza, 130 w Fayette •*'^" 
Campbell Elizabeth, 104 Granby 
Campbell Elizabeth, Front-st Theatre 
Campbell Elizabeth, 192 n Calvert 
Campbell Mrs. Elizabeth, 24 Fawn 
Campbell George, ropemaker, 392 Harford av 
Campbell Henry J. tinner, 309 w Pratt 
Campbell Hugh E. laborer, 6 Bank 
Campbell James A. farmer, 33 n Fremont 
Campbell James, mariner, 74 s Exeter 
Campbell James, laborer, 171 Stirling 
Campbell James, huckster, over 68 Centre 

Market space 
Campbell James Mason, attorney, 29 Lex- 
ington, dw 55 Franklin 
Campbell James, sailor, 147 Chesapeake 
Campbell Jane, 137 Raborg 
Campbell Jesse D. printer, 24 Greenmount av 
Campbell John, machinist, 12 Lanvale 
Campbell John, collector, 116 Orleans 
Campbell Jno. H. messenger Adams Express, 

37 Hollins 
Campbell John, laborer, cor Lee and Warner 
Campbell John, carpenter, 136 Pine 
Campbell John H. ropemaker, 76 Warner 
Campbell John H. silver plater, 420 Lexington 
Campbell John J. carpenter, s e cor Boyd and 

Poppleton 
Campbell John, 48 e Pratt 
Campbell John, machinist, 137 Raborg 
Campbell John, blacksmith, 218 Montgomery 
Campbell Marcellus, milliner, 746 w Baltimore 
Campbell Mary, dry goods, 250 n Gay 
Campbell Margaret, confectionery, 1481^ 

Aisquith 
Campbell Margaret, 81 s Bethel 
Campbell Michael, laborer, 31 e Monument 
Campbell Michael, baker, 76 s Broadway 
Campbell N. P. presi'nt Merchants and Me- 
chanics Insurance Co., over 29 South, dw 
50 Bolton 
Campbell Patrick, laborer, 298 e Monument 
Campbell Peter, stone cutter, 11 Orbit al 
CAMPBELL & RAMSBURG, (R. Camp- 
bell, N. A. Ranisburg,) coal and lubricating 
oils. 95 w Lombard 
Campbell R. B. T. attorney, 29 Lexington, 

dw 55 Franklin 
Campbell Robert jr., (Campbell & Rams- 
burg,) 23 n Calvert 
Campbell Ross & Co. (Ross Campbell,) 
wholesale dry goods com 'sion merchants, 

24 Hanover 

Campbell Robert sr., 175 n Howard 
Campbell Ross, (R. Campbell & Co.) Balti-, 

more county - ■ -^ ._. 

Campbell Mrs. Sophia, 80 Read 
Campbell Samuel, carpenter, 3 Anthony 
Campbell Thomas, huckster, 156 s Chapel 
Campbell Thomas, laborer, 57 Preston 
Campbell Thomas W. clerk, 39 Lee 
Campbell Wm. H. carpenter, 119 Barre 
Campbell Wm. shoemaker, 263 s Paca 
Campbell Wm. laborer. White house, Canton 



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Campbell Wm. scavenger, 55 Preston 
Campbell Wm. flour inspector, 43 s Howard, 

dw 108 McCuUoh 
Campbell Wm L. carpenter, 156 George 
CAMPEN JOHN, groceries and tin can man- 
ufacturer, 264 and 265 Light 
Campen H. flour merchant, 175 s Bond 
Camper Alexander co^ch trimmer, 7 n Popple- 
ton 
Camper Capt. Charles, 68 n Caroline 
Camper Mary, 392 n Gay 
Camper Mary, fancy store, 123 Lexington 
Camper Napoleon, 123 Lexington 
Canby Edward L. clerk Commercial and 

Farmers Bank, 303 e Lombard 
CANBY, GILPiN & CO. (W. Canby, B. 
Gilpin,) wholesale druggists, n w cor Light 
and Lombard 
Canby Samuel, (Wright & Canby,) 87 Mc- 

Culloh 
Canby Samuel, cracker dealer. Black Horse 

Tavern 
Canby Thomas E. soldier, 392 n Gay 
Canby Wm. (Canby, Gilpin & Co.) 114 

Pearl 
Canavan Mrs. Betsy, 128 Garden 
Canavan James, marble cutter and grocery, 

115 Preston 
Canavan Patrick, gas fitter, rear of 59 Centre 

market space 
Cane Mrs. Bedelea, janitress, 14 Stiles 
CANFIELD, BROTHER & CO. (I. C.Can- 
field, W. B. Canfield, Jo.seph H. Meredith,) 
jewelry, fancy and military goods, 229 w 
Baltimore. — [See p. 4 Advertisements.] 
Canfield Ira C. (Canfield, Bro. & Co.) Har- 
ford av extended 
Canfield John, laborer, 76 s Payson 
Canfield Wm. B. (Can£eld, Bro. & Co.) 206 

n Charles 
Cann James R. printer, 3 Hill 
Canninon Bessy, 3 Slemmer's al 
Canninon Mary, servant, 3 Slemmer's al 
Cannoles Charles, coach smith, 152 e Madison 
Cannoles Charles, furn. wagon, 48 Preston 
Cannoles Joseph, coachmaker, 152 e Madison 
Cannon Bartine A. type founder, 314 Aisquith 
Cannon Charles W. 108 w Fayette 
Cannon C. K. agent Individual Enterprise 

Steamboat Co. Maltby House 
Cannon Capt. James, 45 Fawn 
Cannon J. Clayton, clerk First National 

Bank, 552 w Fayette 
Cannon Duncan, clerk, 108 w Fayette 
Cannon Howard, Eager near Charles 
Cannon John, laborer, Bethel bet McElderry 

and Jefferson 
Cannon Mary A. dry goods, 107 Aisquith 
Cannon Capt. Richard H. mariner, 146 Cross 
Cannon Thomas, 100 Barre 
Cannon Wm. H. carpenter, 23 Wayne, dw 

119 Barre 
Canoles Mrs. Elizabeth, victualler, 148 Ensor 
Canoles Oliver, miller, 61 Preston 
Canoles Wm. P. bookbinder, 148 Ensor 
Canox George D. Hamburg one door from 

Charles 
Canox Joseph, police, ]77 Hanover 
Canox Lydia, dealer in shoe findings, 177 

Hanover 
Canterbury Hall, n w cor Balto. and Calvert 
CANTON GO'S OFFICE, n w cor Patuxent 
and Boston, Wm. Harrison, agent 



Cantwell John, shoemaker, s w cor Dallas 

and Mullikin 
Canzhom Michael, shoemaker, 1 Hampstead 
Cape John C. proprietor Belvidere House, n 

6 cor North and Eager 
Cape Robert, restaurant, 141 n Front 
Capito George, moulder, 78 Warner 
Caples Mrs. Elizabeth, 161 n Eutaw 
Caples Wm. M. ladies shoemaker, 161 n 

Eutaw 
Cappas Wm. baker, 327 n Central av 
Cappeau Misses Cecelia and Frances, chil- 
dren's clothing, 673 w Baltimore 
Cappeau Miss Cecelia, (C. & F. Cappeau,) 

673 w Baltimore 
Cappeau Miss Francis, (C. & F. Cappeau,) 

673 w Baltimore 
Cappeau Joseph, bookkeeper, 513 w Fayette 
Capprise Joseph, shipwright, 54 s Washing- 

.on, F. P. 
CAPRON& CO. (J. E. Capron, Edward 

Snowden,) general commission and ship- 
ping merchants, 79 South 
Capron Francis B. (Capron & Co.) 81 Garden 
Caraner Theodore, cooper, 45 Lancaster 
Carback David, gate keeper, Greenmount 

Cemetery 
Carback E.& Son, (Elisha Carback, Rich'd. 

Cromwell,) boots and shoes, 165 Lexington 
Carback Elisha, (E. Carback & Son,) 250 w 

Madison 
Carback Elisha, painter, 443 Canton av 
Carback John, police, 183 Orleans 
Carback John, wagoner, 215 n Bond 
Carback Richard C. (E. Carback & Son,) 250 

w Madison 
Carback Wm. laborer, 203 n Central av 
Carbery John, butcher, 148 Mullikin 
Carcaud Gilbert, carpenter, 220 Mulberry 
Cardell Jackson, weaver, 72 Greenmount av 
Cardoza C. P. mariner, 361 w Baltimore 
CAREY & BANGS, (J. Carey, E. Bangs,) 

wholesele dealers in boots and shoes,_266 w 

Baltimore 
Carey Charles, hackman, 136 s Howard 
CAREY D. C. Quartermaster's agent, corner 

Spears wharf and Pratt, dw 35 Fawn 
Carey Elizabeth, shoebinder, 40 Marion 
Carey Mrs. George, 70 Cathedral 
Carey George G. teacher, 70 Cathedral 
Carey Henry G. clerk, 70 Cathedral 
Carey Henry, 177 w Pratt 
Carey James, (Carey & Bangs,) Baltimore 

county 
Carey Jeremiah H. horse shoer, 3 Marion 
Carey John, grocer, 130 Preston 
Carey Mary, cook, 29 New Church 
Carey Mrs. Mary A. grocery, 311 e Lombard 
Carey Martin, omnibus driver, 81 North 
Carey Patrick, plumber, 7 Eutaw House, dw 

10 St. Mary 
Carey Patrick, hackman, 390 Hanover 
Carey Patrick, blacksmith, 208 Garden, dw 

Jordan al near Hoffman 
Carey Thomas J. president Peabody Fire In- 
surance Co., 214 n Calvert 
Carey Thomas, laborer, J117 Preston 
Carey Thomas, laborer, 110 Cathedral 
Carey Wm. laborer, 18 Decker 
Carey Wm. wagoner, 100 Granby 
Carey Wm. 586 Penna. av 
Carhoff Amelia, dairy, 65 Orleans 
Cariss Samson, 176 n Calvert 



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Carl Charles, cabinet maker, 2 Warner 

Carl Ephraim, carpenter, 156 Scott 

Carl Frederick W. clerk, 121 w Fayette 

Carl John, mariner, 401 Canton av 

CarlJoseph, 158 Franklin 

Carl Louis A. ] May 

Carland Thomas, grainer, 94 Mulberry 

Carle Henry, bag maker, 59 Warren 

Carle George, shoemaker, n e cor Eastern av 

and Exeter 
Carle Mrs. John C. grocery, 452 Saratoga 
Carle John, laborer, 226 Washington, F. H. 
Carle John M. laborer, 195 Peirce 
Carless Michael, laborer, 4 Hammond al 
Carlile Jas. H. collector ik agent, 32 Aisquith 
Carlile Thomas M. shoemaker, 32 Aisquith 
Carlin Francis, 94 n Exeter 
CARLIN & FULTON, (J. F. Carlin, D. C. 
Fulton,) importers of hardware, 4 Hanover 
Carlin James F. (Carlin & Fulton,) Alexan- 
dria, Va 
Carlin James, laborer, 242 Lemmon al 
Carlin John, laborer, 5 s Choptank 
Carlin Louisa, 94 n Exeter 
Carlin Margaret, 94 n Exeter 
Carlin Mrs. Mary, 345 Franklin 
CARLING MICHAEL, Black Horse tavern, 

63 Penna. av 
Carlisle Amos L. millwright, 507 w Lombard 
Carlisle Anna, 1 s Greene 
Carlisle Joseph, boiler maker, 95 Hamburg 
Carlisle Mary, 104 Barre 
Carlisle Urath C. 68 n Greene 
Carlisle VVm H. stone cutter, 90 n Central av 
Carll Henry, tavern, 229 Hollins 
Carlton Arthur, plasterer, 209 n Central av 
Carlton Oliver, plasterer, 175 n Caroline 
Carlton Oliver, plasterer, 275 e Monument 
Carmack Hanson, of Custom House, nw cor 

Hanover and Barre 
Carmady Wm. laborer, McHenry w of Fulton 
CARMAN & BOSLEY, (G. H. Carman, J. 
M. Bosley, property agents, 5 Carroll Hall 
Carman George H. (Carman & Bosley,) Bal- 
timore County 
Carman James, boiler maker, 130 Sarah Ann 
Carman John, tin and sheet-iron worker, 80 

Lee 
Carman Joseph, shoemaker, 298 s Sharp 
Carman Mary, boarding, 70 Davis 
Carman Robert, cabinet maker, 63 Ensor 
CARMAN ROBERT R. grocer, 376 e Balti- 
more 
Carman Thomas, laborer, 80 Lee 
Carmedy John, laborer, rear 144 Hughes 
Carmeger Edward, engineer, 231 s Sharp 
Carmelite Convent, 68 Aisquith 
Carmichael Eugene, butcher, Butcher row, 

Penna. av extended 
Carmichael Ellen R. teacher, 100 s High 
Carmichael Emily, teacher, 100 s High 
Carmichael Sally, 122 Grundy 
Carmichael Thomas H. marshal police, 100 s 

High 
Carmichael Thomas E. butcher^, 30 Centre, 
80 Lexington and 76 Hanover markets, dw 
Penna. av extende^d 
Carmichael Wm. butcher, 30 Centre, 80 Lex- 
ington and 76 Hanover markets, dw Butcher 
row, Penna. av extended 
Carmichael Wrn. J. saddler, 100 s High 
Carmichael Wm. clerk, 100 s High 
Carmine Eleanor, 81 s Caroline 



Carmine Chas. G. (Knipp & Carmine,) cor. 

Orleans and Aisquith 
Carmine Francis H. huckster, 174 s Ann 
Carmine James, gas inspector, 218 n Eden 
Carmine Thomas H. huckster, 174 s Ann 
Carmine Thomas J. painter, 142 William 
Carmody Patrick, porter, 19 Constitution 
Cariian, Mary, tailoress, 45 e Eager 
Carnes Andrew J. clerk, 13 Holland 
Carnes Elizabeth L. teacher, 13 Holland 
Carnes James, laborer, 32 Burke 
Carnes John, deputy warden city jail, dw 13 

Holland 
Carnes Mrs. Susan, dress maker, 142 n Eden 
Carney Alice, laundress, Jordan al nr Dolphin 
Carney Catherine, laundress, 170 Dover 
Carney James, laborer, Columbia w of Pop- 

pleton 
Carney John, laborer, 29 Ryan 
Carney John, stone cutter, 32 e Monument 
Carney John, jr., laborer, gas works, Spring 

Gardens, 16 Fort av 
Carney John, sr., watchman gas works, 

Spring Gardens, 16 Fort av 
Carney Luke, laborer, 6 Addison 
Carney Patrick, laborer, 27 Ryan 
Cams Alex. G. W. (Cams & Co ) 150 Lee 
CARNS & CO. (Alex. G. W. Cams,) pro- 
duce commission merchants, 55 South 
Caroline Iron works, Henry C. Larabee,ag't, 

n w cor Caroline and Lancaster 
Carow Gustave, carpenter, 139 s Castle al 
Carpenter Barney, laborer, 77 s Durham 
Carpenter John C. attorney, 25 Lexington, 

dw Baltimore County 
Carpenter Wm. H. editor Baltimore Daily Gra- 

zette, Howard House 
Carr Benjamin, gunsmith, 190 L Constitution 
Carr C. H. (Carr, Taylor & Co.) New York 
Carr Charles, laborer, 21 Park 
Carr Edward, 86 Holland 
Carr Edward, jr. ship carpenter, 146 Hughes 
Carr Francis A. house, sign and ornamental 

painter, 495 Saratoga 
Carr Francis A. house, sign and ornamental 
painter, 527 w Baltimore, dw 506 Lexington 
Carr Francis, laborer, 127 s Castle 
Carr George, laborer, Mansion House, Druid 

Hill Park 
Carr Greenbury, core maker, 16 s Schroeder 
Carr Henry, tailor and clothier, 66 w Pratt, 

cor Gay, d w 2 s Broadway 
Carr Hugh, laborer, rear 5 Bank 
Carr Mrs. Isabella, 240 Columbia 
Carr James, (Carr & Miller) Swan w of Falls 
Carr James, shoemaker, 94 Franklin 
Carr James E. hat and cap manufacturer, 

119 n Howard, dw 257 Garden 
Carr James, huckster, 8 Diamond 
Carr James, 13 e Madison 
Carr James, laborer, Point lane near Green- 
mount Cemetry 
Carr John, brass moulder, 25 Concord 
Carr Capt. John, mariner, 151 Orleans 
Carr John B. (R. H. Carr & Bro.) 88 Barre 
Carr John, stone mason, 17 Chew 
Carr John, carter, 310 Harford av 
Carr John, laborer, 13 McKim 
Carr John, boiler maker, 8L. Church 
Carr Mary, 8 Diamond 
Carr & Miller, (J. Carr, R. Miller) tavern, 

7 w Pratt 
Carr Margaret, 12 Hammond al 



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Carr Nicholas, hackman, 92 Druid Hill av 

Carr Patrick, laborer, 8 s Chester 

Carr R. H. & Bro. (R. H. Carr, J. B. Carr) 

grocers and com. merchants, 69 s Charles 
Carr R. H. (R. H. Carr& Bro.) 118 Cathedral 
Carr Dr. R. Wilson, 100 Park 
Carr Susan G. teacher, 75 s Eden 
Carr, Taylor & Co. (C. H. Carr, M.Taylor, 

W. Belden) gold and stock brokers, 72 

Exchange place 
Carr Thomas, 28 Chew 
Carr Wm. detective, 335 s Dallas 
Carr Wm. stone mason, 54 Cliew 
Carr Wm. drayman, ]16 St Peter 
Carr Wm. laborer, 8 s Chester 
Carr Wm. milk dairy, 119 Druid Hill av 
Carrick Geo. W., U. S. N. 24 Holliday 
Carrick John, laborer, 111 West 
Carrick Thomas 1. machinist, 126 Conv?ay 
Carrick Wm. soldier, 25 Smith 
Carrigan Dan '1, clerk, 28 Warren 
Carrigan George, shoemaker, 58 Henrietta 
Carrigan James, 28 Front 
Carrigan Patrick, lab. 9 s Washington, F. P. 
Carrington Mrs. Mary H. 24 Cathedral 
Carroll Mrs. Ann F. 3 n Front 
CARROLL, ADAMS & NEER, (J. Carroll, 

J. Q. Adams, J. P. Neer) dealers in boots, 

shoes, &c., 286 w Baltimore 
Carroll Mrs. Albert, 37 Mulberry 
Carroll Andrew J. clerk, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Andrew, clerk, 62 e Eager 
Carroll Mrs. Bridget, liquor, 79 North 
Carroll Charles, 112 Lancaster 
Carroll Mrs. Catherine, 4 Thomsen 
Carroll Mrs. Catherine, mantua maker, 108 

Mulberry 
Carroll Charles F. 113 n Charles 
Carroll Mrs. Cecilia, shop keeper, 4 Spruce al 
Carroll Charles R. 66 n Charles < 

Carroll Charles A. 66 n Charles 
Carroll Charles, ropemake^, 388 Harford av 
Carroll Clara, seamstress, 25 Orleans 
Carroll Charles O., clerk, 107 w Fayette 
Carroll Daniel, laborer, 8 Prospect la 
Carroll Miss Elizabeth, laundress, 174 Sarah 

Ann 
Carroll E. 34 s Sharp 
Carroll Mrs. Emma, 105 n Exeter 
Carroll Edward, commissioner of streets, 54 

Fawn 
Carroll Edward F. clerk, 294 e Monument 
Carroll Edw'd C. flour merchant, 223 Saratoga 
Carroll George, huckster, 118 William 
Carroll Geo. W. express, 85 s Caroline 
Carroll Harry D. G. 90 w Monument 
Carroll Harry D. G. jr. 90 w Monument 
Carroll Henry (Brewer & Co.) 20 e Fayette 
Carroll Mrs. Henrietta M. 8 Cathedral 
Carroll James A. (Carroll & Walter,) George 

1 door from Biddle 
Carroll James C. tobacconist, 223 Saratoga 
Carroll James P, salesman, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll James E. clerk, 28 Hanover 
Carroll James, 105 w Monument 
Carroll James, porter, 78 McKim 
Carroll James, (Carroll, Adams & Neer,) 272 

Hollins 
Carroll James, attorney, 31 St. Paul, dw 66 

n Charles 
Carroll Joanna, seamstress, 215 Forrest 
Carroll John R. ship carpenter, 102 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 



Carroll John, rope maker, 390 Harford av 
Carroll John, 51 n Charles 
Carroll John, blacksmith, 64 Portland 
Carroll John C. grocery, 103 n Calvert 
Carroll John K. cooper, 27 Commerce, dw20 

e Fayette 
Carroll John B. cooper, 20 e Fayette 
Carroll John B. 46 Mount Vernon Place 
Carroll John, laborer, 11 s Durham 
Carroll Joseph, mariner, 61 Centre Market 

space 
Carroll Joseph, 159 n Caroline 
Carroll Lawrence, laborer, 57 Haubert 
Carroll Margaret, 51 s Chapel 
Carroll Mrs. Martha, 167 Warner 
Carroll Mary, 55 e Monument 
Carroll Mary, 85 n Fremont 
Carroll Mrs. Mary, boarding, s w cor North 

and Lexington 
Carroll Margaret, 108 Mulberry 
Carroll Michael, hostler, 64 Portland 
Carroll Michael, tinner, 86 Jefferson 
Carroll Michael, wagoner, 24 Hillen 
Carroll Michael, hackman, 3 Hillen 
Carroll Mortimer, 93 s Paca 
CARROLL MORTIMER, Carroll's restaur- 
ant, 115 Camden 
Carroll Patrick B. 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Patrick, stone cutter, 332 n Howard 
Carroll Patrick H. tavern, 114 s Howard 
Carroll Patrick H. clerk, 105 n Exeter 
Carroll Patrick J. clerk, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Pierce, fireman U. S. N. lis Paca 
Carroll Robert, tinner, Belair av extended 
Carroll Samuel, oyster shucker, 133 Hill 
Carroll S. John, (Numsen, Carroll & Co.) 

307 Lexington 
Carroll Sarah, 78 Chesnut 
Carroll Sinclair S. messenger Adams Express, 

105 Hollins 
CARROLL THOMAS G. straw and milli- 
nery goods, &c., 101 w Baltimore, dw 13 
Franklin 
Carroll Col. Thos. transportation dept. B. & 

O. R. R. 26 Penn 
Carroll Thomas C. boiler maker, 290 Light 
Carroll Thomas L. shoemaker, 59 Hillen 
Carroll Thomas, laborer, 31 Eastern av 
Carroll & Walter, (J. A. Carroll, A. Walter,) 

cigar manufacturers, 19 Light 
Carroll Wm. laborer, 25 e Pratt 
Carroll William H. plasterer, 793 w Balti- 
more 
Carroll Wm. laborer, 200 w Fayette 
Carroll Wm. J. (Vickery, Muir & Co.) West 

Falls av. City Block 
Carroll Wm. P. clerk, 31 s Exeter 
Carroll Wm. J. (Vickery, Muir & Co.) 37 

Block 
Carruthers Chas. J. (Carruthers, Son & Co.) 

593 w Lombard 
Carruthers John S. (Carruthers, Son & Co.) 

593 w Lombard 
Carruthers, Son & Co. (J. S. Carruthers, C. 
J. Carruthers,) plumbers and gas fitters, 
over 35 German 
CARSON CARVILL H. & CO. (C. H. Car- 
son, D. Carson,) lumber dealers, west side 
of Union dock 
Carson CarviU H. (C. H. Carson & Co.) 

s e cor Lexington and Republican 
CARSON & CO. (T. J. Carson and George 
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Carson David, cooper, 350 Cross 

Carson David, (C. H. Carson & Co.) 330 

Lexington 
Carson David, carpenter, 46 Josephine 
Carson Elijaii, brickmaker, 383 Hamburg 
Carson Geo. H. boatman, 287 Columbia 
Carson Mrs. Catherine, 116 Burgundy al 
Carson James, laborer, 87 Boyd 
CARSON JOHN, attorney, 71 w Fayftte, 

dw 565 
Carson John N. plasterer, 127 n Bethel 
Carson John, plasterer, 127 n Bethel 
Carson John, mariner, IC L. Church 
CARSON JOSEPH & CO. (J. Carson, H. 
G. Vickery) western wholesale provision 
merchants, s e cor Light and Balderston 
Carson Joseph D. book agent, 148 n Bond 
Carson Joseph, (Jos. C. & Co.) Balto. Co 
Carson Joshua, builder, 482 Franklin 
Carson & Spedden, (Wm. Carson, Alfred 

Spedden) coal and wood, 164 Hollins 
Carson Thomas E. (W. K. Carson & Co.) 

227 Madison av 
Carson T. J. (Carson & Co.) 82 w Madison 
Carson W. K. & Co. (W. K. Carson, T. 
E. Carson) grocers and commission mer- 
chants, 4 and 6 Water, dw 227 Madison av 
Carson W. K. (W. K. Carson & Co.) 227 

Madison av 
Carson William (Carson & Spedden) 244 

Hollins 
Carstens John H. carpenter, 162 Mulberry 
Carswell John S. lamp and oil manufacturer, 
210 Aliceanna, and kerosene oil distillery. 
North near Eager, dw Homestead 
Carswell Walter S. machinist, 210 Aliceanna 
Cart Frederick, soldier, 554 w Pratt 
Carter Charles H. sailor, 153 s Chester 
Carter Alexander M. teller Bank of Baltimore, 

112McCulloh 
CARTER BERNARD, attorney, 29 Lexing- 
ton, dw 376 Eutaw place 
Carter Catherine, confectionery, 78 n Cen- 
tral av 
Carter & Co. (John Carter, John Numan and 

John Wall) dealerin liquors, 8 w Pratt 
Carter Charles W. 226 Saratoga 
Carter Mrs. Clement, 72 n Front 
CARTER & CO. (Edward F. Carter) pro- 
prietors of Baltimore Daily Gazette, 112 w 
Baltimore 
Carter David, laborer, 371 Lexington 
Carter Durus, carpenter, 300 e Chase 
Carter Desmuth J. bricklayer, 158 Aisquith 
Carter Edw'd F. (Carter & Co.) 169 n Charles 
Carter Edwin T. clerk, 94 Columbia 
Carter Flavius, carpenter, 152 Aisquith 
Carter Francis, carter, 40 St. Mary 
Carter George R. clerk tobacco warehouse, 

No. 2, 325 Lexington 
Carter George, blacksmith, 78 n Central av 
Carter Granville, butcher. Eagle hotel, Hillen 
Carter Henry, 130 n Bond 
Carter Henry Clay, receiving teller Mechan- 
ics Bank, dw 49 .St. Paul 
Carter Dr. James M. assist. Md. Collegiate 

Institute, 118 e Baltimore 
Carter J. W. clerk Union hotel, cor Pratt and 

Charles 
Carter John W. family grocer, 61 Camden, 

dw 94 Columbia 
Carter Joseph, shoemaker, 10 e Fayette 
Carter John, (Carter & Co.) 15 n Caroline 



Carter Rev. J. P. principal Md. Collegiate 

Institute, 118 e Baltimore 
Carter John, mariner, 270 s Ann 
Carter John, moulder, 14 Amistead la 
Carter John H., carter, 182 George 
Carter John M., 325 Lexington 
Carter Joseph, cooper, 121 Hamburg 
Carter Josiah, laborer, 125 William 
Carter Mrs. Julia, 221 s Ann 
Carter Lydia, variety store, 94 Columbia 
Carter Mrs. Margaret, 156 s Eutaw 
Carter Mrs. Matilda, 195 Peirce 
Carter Rebecca, 71 n Central av 
Carter Rebecca, 60 s Chapel 
Carter Richard, wagoner, 195 Peirce 
Carter Samuel, tobacco warehouse No. 4, dw 

72 Preston 
Carter Thomas J., carpenter, 69 s Ann 
Carter Urban, shoemaker, 636 w Baltimore 
Carter Wm., mariner, 40 Essex 
Carter Wm. J., clerk, 229 n Eden 
Carter Wm. M., laborer, 267 Hanover 
Carter Wm. H., (Buck ik Carter.) Saratoga 

between Calvert and Courtland 
Carter W. W., cashier in office of clerk Su- 
perior Court, 72 n Front 
Cartlidge Wm., rope maker, 94 Hamburg 
Carty Andrew, laborer, 1 Walnut al 
Carty Thomas, stone mason, 5 McElderry 
Carty Wm. H., livery stables 299 s Charles 
Carver Wm., bricklayer, 178 Mulberry 
Carwithen James C, 313 Light 
Carwithen Mrs. Rebecca, milliner, 313 Light 
Cary J. B. (Kloman & Cary,) s w corner 

West and Sharp 
Cary Dewit C, agent, cor. Pratt and Spear's 

wharf, dw 35 Fawn 
Cary J. P., 40 Courtland 
Cary Sydney C, clerk N. C. R., 269 n Eutaw 
CARY WILSON M., seminary, 233 n Eu- 
taw, dw 269 
Gary Wm. F., agent for Dr. S. S. Fitch, 45 

n Gay 
Casey Abraham S., blacksmith, 206 Harford 

av, dw 247 e Biddle 
Casey Andrew, laborer, 137 e Eager 
Casey Mrs. Ellen, milliner, 41 Portland 
Casey Mrs. Ellen, grocery, 82 n Front 
Casey James, laborer, 4 Ulrick al 
Casey James, grocery, 164 s Durham 
Casey James F., harness maker, 82 n Front 
Casey John, laborer, 14 s Durham 
CASEY JOHN, oyster and fruit packer, 111 

Ensor 
Casey Lyman, (Pratt & Co.,) 423 n Central av 
Casey Mary J., gaiter fitter, 84 Hillen 
Casey Peter, laborer, 20 Gould la 
Casey Thomas, 214 Vine 
Casey Thomas J., harness maker, 1 Hillen 
Cashaw Gabriel, scissor grinder, rear 68 

Ramsay 
Cashman Bartholomew, drover, 123 Division 
Cashman Bridget, 123 Division 
Cashman Jeremiah, laborer, 24 Etting 
Cashman Jeremiah, drover, 123 Division 
Cashmayer Augustus, 9 s Eden 
Cashmayer Margaret, lis Eden 
Cashmyre Miss Francis, proprietress Hia- 
watha Hall, 5 s Eden 
Cashmyre Henry, cooper, 7 s Eden 
Cashmyre Peter, laborer, 5 s Eden 
Caskey David W., carpenter, 164 n Bond 
Caskey John, butcher, 142 Preston 



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Caskey John W., ship carpenter, 113 Wil- 
liam 
Caskey Joseph, stair builder and carpenter, 

142 Preston 
Caskey Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 78 s Fremont 
Caskey Mary M., grocery, 164 n Bond 
Caskey Robert, carpenter and stair builder, 

193 n Fremont 
Caskey Samuel, boiler maker, 115 Hamburg 
Caspari Anna, periodical depot, 129 n How- 
ard, dw 387 Lexington 
CASPARI & CO. (Charles Caspari, William 
Caspar!,) apothecaries, n e cor Baltimore 
and Calhoun 
Caspari Charles, (Charles Caspari, William 

Caspar!,) 44 n Gay 
Caspar! Charles &, Wm. C. apothecaries, cor 

Biddle and Penna. av 
Caspari Charles & Wm. C. apothecaries, 44 n 

Gay 
Caspari Theodore, book dealer, 3 s Poppleton 
Caspari Wm. C. (Charles Caspar!, William 

C. Caspar!,) cor Biddle and Penna av 
Casper Frederick, soldier, 10 Wyeth 
Casper Henry, 32 Thames 
Casper John, musician, 345 e Eager 
Cassady Anne, 10 Jefferson 
Cassady Kugene, tinner, 158 Pearl 
Cassady Francis, dressmaker, 497 w Balti- 
more 
Cassady James, carpenter, 114 Dolphin 
Cassady John, carpenter, 114 Dolphin 
Cassard F. W., commission merchant, bacon, 

pork, &c., 61 South, dw 55 McCuUoh 
CASSARD G. & SON, provision dealers, 407 

and 409 w Baltimore 
Cassard George, com. mer. and provisions, 

46 South, dV 289 w Lombard 
Cassard George C, 271 w Lombard 
Cassard Gilbert, commission merchant. West 

Falls av, dw 644 w Lombard 
Cassard James D., clerk, 644 w Lombard 
Cassard Jesse L., clerk, 271 w Lombard 
Cassard John, (G. Cassard & Son,) 249 Madi- 
son av 
Cassard Lewis A., wood yard, 37 s Carey, dw 

780 w Baltimore 
Cassard Capt. Louis, 289 w Lombard 
Cassard Thomas, (G. Cassard & Son,) 271 w 

Lombard 
Cassell Abraham, bricklayer, 23 McHenry 
Cassell Charles P. soldier, 272 Mulberry 
Cassell George N. bricklayer, 23 McHenry 
Cassell George R. bricklayer, 231 w Biddle 
Cassell Henry P. bricklayer, 272 Mulberry 
Cassell John S. painter, ]06 n Schroeder 
Cassell John S. assistant assessor, 3d district, 

dw 106 n Schroeder 
Cassell Joseph, carpenter, 280 Saratoga 
Cassell Rebecca, boarding, 67 s Eutaw 
Cassell Samuel C. bricklayer, 67 s Eutaw 
Cassell Thomas, painter, 56 n Pine 
Cassell Wm. G. 23 McHenry 
Cassell William H., Capt. of Police, Western 

district, dw 3 Grundy 
Cassidy Brian, grocery, 102 e Monument 
Cassidy Mrs. Catherine, over 9 s Front 
Cassidy Mrs. Elizabeth, 144 n Eutaw 
Cassidy Francis, grocery, n w cor Monument 

St and Greenmount av 
Cassidy Frank, waterman, 24 s Exeter 
Cassidy James, boots and shoes, 33 w Pratt 
Cassidy John, laborer, 9 L. McElderry 



Cassidy John, waterman, 24 s Exeter 
Cassidy Luke, grocery, s e cor Harford av 

and Madison 
Cassidy Martin, liquor store, s e cor Hillen 

and Exeter, dw 129 n Exeter 
Cassidy Mary, 214 Cross 
Cassidy Orden, grocery, 91 Pine 
Cassidy Owen, 56 Holland 
Cassray Patrick, plasterer, 140 Harford av 
Cassidy Patrick, 222 Lexington 
Cassidy Patrick, tavern, 19 e Pratt 
Cassidy Patrick, grocery, 52 s Frederick 
Cassidy Sally, 97 n Bethel 
Cassidy Thomas, bricklayer, 40 Dolphin 
Cassin John H., clerk, 69 w Biddle 
Cassin Mrs. Mary, 69 w Biddle 
Cast Charles, laborer, 5 s DaUiS 
Casten Ernest, laborer, 8 Leadenhall 
Caster Henry, blacksmith, 161 e Lombard 
Castine Emanuel M., liquor and cigars, 10 s 

Gay, dw 41 Holland 
Castine Mrs. Mina, 275 n Gay 
Castle John, desk maker, 160 Raborg 
Castelberg Jacob, (E. Rodberg & Co.,) 126 n 

Gay 
Caswell Rob't B,, shipbuilder, 5 Armistead la 
Cate Anion, lumber yard and steam sash fac- 
tory, n e cor East Falls av and Fawn, dw 

101 Park 
Cathcart A. Roszell, clerk 2d National Bank, 

dw 513^ s Broadway 
Cathcart Charles H., bookkeeper Bank of 

Commerce, dw 83 s Broadway 
Cathcart John W., clerk, 51}^ s Broadway 
Cathcart Robert & W H., block and pump 

makers, 113 Thames 
CATHCART ROBERT, U. S. provost mar- 
shall for 2d district JVld., office 83 e Balti- 
more, dw 51)^ s Broadway 
Cathcart Robert, jr., clerk, 511^ s Broadway 
Cathcart Wm. H., (R. & W. H. Cathcart,) 

83 s Broadway 
Cathell Daniel W., letter carrier, 18 s Ann 
Cathell Piatt M., machinist, Strieker s of 

Pratt 
Cathell Wm. H., letter carrier, 93 s Eden 
Gather George R., attorney, 114 L. Greene 
Gather Robert W., carpenter, 114 L. Greene 
Gather Wm., carpenter, 114 L. Greene 
Caton John, laborer, 98 Chesapeake 
Gaton M. E., huckster, 74 Richmond 
Cator Benjamin F., (Armstrong, Gator & 

Co.,) 173 St. Paul 
Cator Robinson W., (Armstrong, Gator & 

Co.,) 175 St. Paul 
Cator Wm. E., mariner, 171 Hughes 
Catrup Samuel P., printer, 41 Jackson 
Gatrup, Samuel H., carpenter, 41 Jackson 
Catten Levi, second hand dealer, 127 Orleans 
Gatterton Wm. J., blacksmith, 248 Cross 
Gauffman Jacob H , peddler, 116 Franklin 
Caugh Mrs. Jane, 18 Constitution 
CAUGHEY BENJ., groceries and liquors, 9 

Penna. av 
Caughey Henry W,, clerk, 150 St. Pau-l 
Caughy Michael P., (Moore & Caughy,) 150 

St. Paul 
Caughy Michael, 20 Aisquith 
Caughy Noah W. (Noah Walker & Co .) s 

e cor Calvert and Monument 
Caughy S. Hamilton, (Noah Walker «& Co.) 

156 St. Paul 
Cauley Patrick, 9 Pleasant al 



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Caulficld James, dry goods, 140 w Biddle 

Caulfield John, laborer, 813 w Pratt 

Caulfield Robert, bookkeeper, 130 Garden 

Caulk Elizabeth, 63 Holland 

Caulk James, laborer, 43 Warren 

Caulk James T. bailiff Circuit Court, dw 279 

s Charles 
Caulk James T. boiler maker, 279 s Charles 
Caulk Susan, 44 Jackson 
Caulk William, shoemaker, 94 e Fayette 
Causey Rosannu T. seamstress, 210 German 
Causm^lle John, produce dealer, 263 n Eden 
Cavano George, butcher, 4 n Fremont 
Cavano Lewis H. cigar maker, 21 Ogston 
Cavenaugh Edwin, gardener, 38 Druid Hill av 
Cavanaugh James, laborer, 10 Holland 
Cavanaugh John, porter, 238 s Paca 
Cavanaugh Michael, printer, 10 Holland 
Cavanaugh Patrick, blacksmith, 10 Holland 
Cave Charles, sutler, 118 s High 
Cave Margaret J. 103 n Exeter 
Cavenaugh Miles, carter, rear 25 Bank 
Caverner John, porter, 238 s Paca 
Caverner Michael, laborer, 123 s Castle 
Caverner Peter, baker, 9 e Madison 
Cavill Mrs. Jane, 105 Stirling 
Cavin Thomas, laborer, 269 Forrest 
Cavnigh Mrs. Martin, 118 Ramsay 
Cavy Thomas J. blacksmith, 253 Hollins 
Cawlay Frank, laborer, 52 Ellicott 
Cawlay Roderick, laborer, Lazaretto Iron 

Works 
Cazier Robert W. mariner, 15 s Bond 
Cecil Mrs. Lizzie, 196 Henrietta 
Cellar Frederick, potter, 179 s Eden 
Celly Simon, oysterman, 229 s Ann 
Cempes George, horse dealer, 445 Canton av 
Central Institute School, 12 Light 
Cerletti S. restaurant, 4 w Baltimore 
Cesati Angelo, stencil cutter, 115)^ w Lom- 
bard, dw 103 
Cesati Mrs. S. mantilla maker, over 103 w 

Lombard 
Cessna Mrs. Margaret H. 77 n Eutaw 

Chabot Dr. , drug-gist, 426 Light 

Chabot Mrs. Emily, 84 Mulberry 
Chadburn William, machinist, 286 Hanover 
Chaffinch Samuel E. cigar maker, 12 Gough 
Chaffinch William H. 256 n Eden 
Chaffinch William W. carp., 296 n Caroline 
Chairman Charles F. tailor, 18 Brune 
Chaftman George, boiler maker, Lanvale la 

near Charles 
Chaillfou Augustus, brush maker, 394 n Gay 
Chaillou Barbara, 6 Russell 
Chaillou Eugene S. laborer, 9 Russell 
Chaisty Dr. Edward J. 158 Mulberry 
CHAISTY E. J. jr. plumber and gas fitting 
establishment, 49 n Calvert, dw 158 Mul- 
berry 
Chalk Elias, laborer, Mount Royal, Hill near 

Reservoir 
Chalk James, 225 Cathedral 
Chalk James A., Engineer fire department, 

120 Preston 
Chalk Levi, grocer, 37 Grundy 
Chalk William H. engineer, Mount Royal, 

Hill near Reservoir 
Chalk William R. clerk, 37 Grundy 
Challis John, baker, 278 Aliceanna 
Chalmers James, cabinet maker, 14 Lanvale 
Chalmers John W. carpenter, 369 Saratoga 
Chalmers Philemon S. tailor, 26 Druid Hill av 



Chalmers Susan W. 76 Baltimore 
Chamberlain Edward, bricklayer, 67 s Eutaw 
Chamberlain Fernando, morocco dresser, 340 v. 

e Eager \ 

Chamberlain John, tobacco, 103 Hanover 
Chamberlain John C. boots and shoes, 608 

w Lombard 
Chamberlain John, shoemaker, 23 s Oregon 
Chamberlain Julian, John near Lanvale 
Chamberlain Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 18 

Constitution 
Chamberlain Phil, tailor, 276 e Monument 
Chamberlaine, Henrietta, 122 Grundy 
Chamberlaine Henry, jr. cashier Chesapeake 

Bank, 170 Preston 
Chamberlaine Mary, 122 Grundy 
Chamberlaine Richard, 168 n Calvert 
Chambers Elizabeth, tailoress, 88 Henrietta 
Chambers Geo. M. clerk, 7 Courtland 
Chambers Mrs. Georgianna, over 383 Franklin 
Chambers Jas. police, 166 Washington, F. H. 
Chambers John, carpenter, 5 Bevan 
Chambers John T. laijorer, 5 Kevan 
Chambers John W. barljer, n w cor Saratoga 

and Chatsworth 
Chambers Robert, Lieut, police, 69 Henrietta 
Chambers Samuel, police, Eastern av, rear of 

Mission Chapel 
Chambers Wm. gunboat, 39 Eastern av 
Chambers Wm. grain inspector, 54 s Repub- 
lican 
Champayne Henry R. coach maker, 84 Ger- 
man, dw 23 n Poppleton 
Champayne Wm. R. carpenter, 170 Vine, dw 

10 Chatsworth 
Champayne Wm. K. jr., coach painter, 10 

Chatsworth 
CHAMPLIN THOMAS A. P. wholesale 
bakery, 138 w Fayette, dw. Madison av, 
Baltimore County 
Chance Edw'd, conductor N. C. R. 13 Grundy 
Chance Frank, clerk, 92 n Paca 
Chance James L. clerk Citizens' Bank, 350 

Lexington 
Chance James L. clerk, 92 n Paca 
Chance Capt. Levin, mariner, 22 Henrietta 
Chance Marinas, straw dealer, 208 n Bond 
Chanceaulme Richard P. bookkeeper, 52 e 

Fayette 
CHANDLEE EDWIN, dentist, 15 s How- 

ai'd 
Chandler Geo. W. wagoner, 410 Light 
Chandler Mrs. Henrietta, boarding, 28 and 30 

s Sharp 
Chandler John, bookkeeper, 79 Lee 
Chandler Kennard, clerk, 79 Lee 
Chandler Nelson, clerk, 79 Lee 
Chandler Sarah E. 152 n Bond 
Chandler Thos. coach maker, 120 Mulberry 
Chandler Virginia, 28 Laurel 
Chandley Susan, grocery, 125 n Fremont 
Chandley John H. 125 n Fremont 
Chaneay Stephen, shoemaker, 41e Monument 
Chaney Andw. W. shoemaker, 10 n Caroline 
Chaney Benjamin, police, 521 w Lombard 
Chaney Charles W. boiler maker, 95 William 
Chaney Mrs. Elizabeth, 143 n Fremont 
CHANEY FLOYD, 183 w Hoffman 
Chaney Mrs. Jane, 287 Hanover 
Chaney Mrs. Jane, 95 William 
Chaney Valletter S. tailoress, 73 n Schroeder 
Chapin Charles, carpenter, 70 Albemarle 
Chapman Catharine, boarding, 230 w Pratt 



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Chapman Allen A. (Kirkland, Chase & Co.) 

40McCu]loh 
Chapman Charles L. machinist, 92 Carey 
Chapman George, saddler, 19 Mosher 
Chapman Henry, milkman, Greenmount av 

near Point lane 
Chapman Jas. B. machinist, 221 e Lombard 
CHAPMAN JOHN LEE, Mayor of Balti- 
more, dw 41 Stiles 
Chapman John Lee, jr. clerk, 41 Stiles 
Chapman Nicholas P. agricultural implements, 

145 w Pratt, dw 146 Dolphin 
Chapman Ruth A. 375 Pennsylvania av 
Chapman Wm. A. boatman, 123 n Broadway 
Chapman Rev. Wm. G9 Barre 
Chappell A. E. lamp and oil store, 175 Han- 
over 
Chappell Dr. Artemus, 96 e Pratt 
Chappell Francis W, (Dickinson & Chappell,) 

269 w Fayette 
Chappell Edward, clerk in register of wills 

office, 54 n Liberty 
Chappell John M. 189 Saratoga 
Chappell Louisa 0. lamps, 185 Mulberry 
Chappell Mrs. Mary, 269 w Fayette 
Chappell Mrs. P. E. 54 n Liberty 
Chappell Philip S. chemical works, foot of 

Cross, s side basin, dw 235 w Lombard 
Chapon Rev. P., St. Mary's Seminary, Penn. 

av, near St. Mary 
Chariton George W. butcher, 192 Chesnut 
Charles Benjamin F. hatter, 96 s Ann 
Chai-les Benjamin, property agent and col- 
lector, 135 s Broadway, dw 96 s Ann 
Charles David, copper smelter, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Charles Geo. C. clerk, 47 n Exeter 
Charles Mrs. M. 47 n Exeter 
Charles Robert, copper smelter, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Charles Thomas J. hatter, and leader East 

Baltimore military band, 203 s Broadway 
CHARRONJ. B.&CO. (J. B. Charron, J. 
P. Posey & S. Richard,) agents and im- 
porters of wines, brandies, &c., n e corner 
Lombard and Hanover 
Charron John B., (J. B. Charron & Co.) 281 

Lexington 
Chartell M., Mansion House 
Chase Alexander H. 141 w Biddle 
Chase Algernon S. (Rice, Chase & Co.) 187 

St Paul 
Chase Asa N. sailor, 37 Low 
Chase Hazillai, bookbinder, 141 e Biddle 
Chase Chas. W. oyster packer, 200 Hanover 
Chase Chas. F. bookkeeper, 77 n Charles 
Chase Chas. W. cashier, 49 Lexington 
Chase Clementine G. 337 e Baltimore 
Chase Daniel, (Kirkland, Chase & Co.) 253 

Madison av 
Chase Edwin B. teacher telegraphing, Balto. 
Business College, cor St. Paul & Lexington 
Chase Franklin, soldier, 64 Thames 
Chase Geo. B. (John M. Orem, Son & Co.) 

239 e Baltimore 
CHASE HANNIBAL H. brick maker, cor 

Beason and Lowraan, dw 305 w Fayette 
Chase Ira C. clerk, 60 n Gilmor 
Chase I. H. ladies' shoemaker, 253 n Howard 
Chase Jeremiah T. clerk, 75 n High 
Chase John, ship smith, 38 Philpot 
Chase Josiah B. (G. W. Barrus & Co.) Eu- 
taw house 



Chase J. Hermon, clerk, 36 Hanover 
Chase Mrs. Mary A. 141 w Biddle 
Chase Mary A. 200 Hanover 
Chase R. W. (J. R. Gloninger & Co.) 47 w 

Monument 
Chase Samuel T. drayman, 222 s Howard 
Chase Samuel W. 180 s Eutaw 
CHASE WELLS & GEHRMANN, man- 
ufacturers and machinists' warehouse, 6 s 
Howard 
Chase Wells, (Wells Chase & Gehrmann,) 

282 Hollins 
Chase Wm. M. sutler, 90 n Greene 
Chason Peter A. boatswain U. S. N. 272 e 

Pratt 
Chasteau Armand, gilder, 69 e Lombard 
Chasteau Mary E. 69 e Lombard 
CHATARD DR. F. E. 30 n Charles 
Chatard Dr. F. E. jr. 30 n Charles 
Chatard Mrs. Frederick, 70 w Centre 
Chatterton R. M. 38 s Charles 
Cheaney J. Thomas, plasterer, 160 Forrest 
Checkaboth Christian, 166 s Dallas 
Chedeville Ovide, bookkeeper, 44 Saratoga 
Cheeler Wm. stone mason, 34 e Pratt 
Cheever James G. mariner, 224 s Sharp 

Cheffens , s e cor Thames and Ann 

Chelhause Geo. cabinet maker, 52 Portland 
CHENOWETH & CO. (R. B. Chenoweth, 
Amelia Chenoweth,) wholesale and retail 
liquor dealers, 225 n Gay 
Chenoweth B. T. machinist, 290 e Lombard 
Chenoweth Geo. E. manufacturer reaping 
machines and agricult'l implements, 1 Swan, 
dw 223 e Fayette 
Chenoweth Horace, car driver, 427 Lexington 
Chenoweth Oliver, huckster, 109 Penna. av 
Chenoweth Rich'd, Lieut, of police, 37 Garden 
Chenoweth Richard B. 225 n Gay 
Chenoweth Robt. shoemaker, 56 n Poppleton 
Chenoweth Thomas, artist, 295 s Charles 
Chenoweth Wm. carpenter, 14 Brune 
Cheny Grafton, 34 Orchard 
Cherbonier Victor, surgeon U. S. A. 95 w 

Fayette 
Chergreen Wm. coach painter, 23 McElderry 
Cheppach Geo. laborer, 221 s Charles 
Chermuck Thomas, butcher, 35 St. Mary 
Cherry Edward, tobacconist, 420 w Baltimore 
Cherry James W. printer, 115 Mulberry 
CHERRY DR. T. F. dentist, s w cor Balti- 
more and Liberty 
CHESAPEAKE BANK, s e cor North and 

Fayette 
Chesley E. Louisa, tailoress, 432 w Lombard 
Chesley Wm. grocer, 432 w Lombard 
Chesney Benjamin, wheelwright, 5 n Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Chesney Jesse F. printer, 94 s Eden 
Chesney John W. carpenter, 29 McElderry 
Chesney Samuel, speculator, 38 e Eager 
Chesney Wm. carpenter, 88 Gough 
Chesnut John, soldier, 104 e Baltimore 
CHESNUT & CO. (W. Chesnut, S. P. 
Townsend,) wholesale grocers and commis- 
sion merchants, n w cor Pratt and South 
Chesnut Wm. sr. (Chesnut & Co.) 104 e Bal- 
timore 
Chesnut Wm. jr. 104 e Baltimore 
Chesnut Washington, of custom house, 37 n 

Gay 
Chesser Purnell, boatman, 347 s Charles 
Chester George L. blacksmith, 11 Pleasant 



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CHESTER WM. shoeing smith, 9 Pleasant, 

dwll 
Chestnut Samuel, (S. Chestnut & Co.) 36 

Spring row 
CHESTNUT S. & CO. (Samuel Chestnut, 
E. C. Marshall,) importers of corks, 38 s 
Calvert 
CHESTON JAMES & SON, (Galloway 
Cheston,) shipping merchants, cor Cable 
and Patterson 
Cheston Galloway, (Jas. Cheston & Son,) 39 

s Sharp 
Chew James W. clerk U. S. court, dw 122 

Grundy 
Chew Robert W. bookkeeper, Greene betw. 

German and Lombard 
Chew Dr. Samuel, professor at University 

of Maryland, 70 n I'aca 
Chew Mrs. Dr. Samuel C. 70 n Paca 
Chew William B. flour and feed, 558 w Balti- 
more 
Chichester Mrs. Susan, 144 Harford av 
Chick Michael, tailor, 240 s Eutaw 
Chickering Eldridge C. bookseller and sta- 
tioner, 226 w Pratt 
Chiffelle Judith, s e cor Madison and Park 
Chiffelle Sophia, s e cor Madison and Park 
Childers Mrs. Sarah, 152 McHenry 
Child Samuel, office 29 n Gay, dw 276 w Fay- 
ette 
Child Samuel, jr. (Cortlan & Co.) 85 n 

Greene 
Child Thomas, clerk, 75 s Ann 
CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY, 166 w Lom- 
bard, W. C. Palmer, agent 
Childs Bunj. E. bookkeeper, 13 n Fremont 
Child.s Charles, book l)inder, over 293 w Bal- 
timore, dw 396 w Fayette 
Childs Charles A. police, 18 George 
Childs Elizabeth, 156 German 
Childs John W. com merchant, 92 Light-st 

wharf, dw 407 w Fayette 
Childs Samuel, salesman, 156 German 
Childs Mrs. Sarah H. 43 Greenmount av 
Childs Summerfield, moulder, 555 w Lombard 
Childs Thomas, book binder, 126 L. Greene 
Childs William, 156 German 
Childs Zachariah, police, 77 Orleans 
Childs Zachariah T. clerk, 62 Barre 
Chiont John, furniture wagon, 182 s Caroline 
Chipman Emanuel, miller, Frederick road w 

of toll gate 
CHIPMAN GEORGE, wood and willow- 
ware dealer, cor Calvert and Lombard, dw 
88 e Baltimore 
Chipman Marcus M. bookkeeper, 88 e Balti- 
more 
Chisholm Amanda M. milliner, 19 Hill 
Chisliolm Henry, boiler maker, 19 Hill 
Chisholm Sarah M. tailoress, 19 Hill 
Chism Richard, dry goods, 229 Lexington 
Chivel Henry, mariner, 224 s Sharp 
Chivler Charles, telegraph operator, 40 e 

Baltimore 
Chivrel Alexander V. tailor, 71 s Broadway 
Chohlman Conrad, cigar maker, 533 w Lom- 
bard 
Chrisman Jacob, flour dealer, Black Horse 

Tavern 
Chrisnier Mrs. Priscilla, doctress, 53 Har- 
ford av 
Chrisner John, soldier, 54 St. Mary 
Chrisner Joseph, potter, 435 Saratoga 



Chrisner Wm. 435 Saratoga 
Christ Mrs. Catharine, 269 Raborg 
Christ Philip, car inspector, 74 Exeter 
Christ Wm. undertaker, 252 n Caroline 
Chrlstal Thomas, painter, 19 Neighbor 
Christhilf Francis, 107 Penna. av 
Christhilf Henry, cedar cooper, 168 Pearl 
Christhilf H. B. & Co. butter and produce, 

66 Pearl 
Christhilf Henry B. clerk, 107 Penna av 
Christian Commission for the relief of sick 
U. S. disabled soldiers, 89 and 91 w Balti- 
more, up stairs 
Christian Richard, grocery, 287 Eastern av 
Christie Ann, tailoress, 387 Hamburg 
Christie Edward G. 546 w Fayette 
Christie Elizabeth, 387 Hamburg 
Christie Jacob, drayman, 96 Eastern av 
Christie James, foundryman, rear Boston 

near Hudson 
Christie Michael, blacksmith, 12 Preston 
Christie Wm. wagoner, 79 St. Peter 
Christmas John, 74 Marriott 
Christman John, bookkeeper, 142 n Charles 
Christopher Aquilla, puddler, 20 Boston 
Christopher Henry C. engineer, 126 e Pratt 
Christopher Jane, 86 North 
Christopher James F. jilasterer, 132 Vine 
Christopher John, gunsmith, 41 Orchard 
Christopher Joseph, police, 41 Orchard 
Christopher Josiah, pattern maker, 208 n 

Central av 
CHRISTOPHER & KIRSCH, (M. Chris- 
topher, Frederick Kirsch,) restaurant, 40 e 
Pratt 
Christopher's livery and exchange stables, 

86 German 
Christopher Milton, (Christopher & Kirsch,) 

401 n Gay 
Christopher Nicholas, agent, 126 e Pratt 
Christopher Oliver, salesman, 132 Vine 
CHRISTOPHER R. W. dry goods, 153 

Lexington 
Christopher Thos. B. peddler, 132 Mullikin 
Christopher Thomas, mariner, 51 s Caroline 
Christopher Wm. 66 Union 
Christopher Wm. 240 Saratoga 
Christopher Wollen Z. bookkeeper, 126 e 

Pratt 
Christwell Levi, machinist, N. C. R., sof 

Northern av 
Christwell Mrs. Leah, N. C. R., s of 

Northern av 
Christy Arthur, 156 w Lombard 
Christyani Wm. cook, 93 Granby 
Chroner Conrad, butcher, Harford av near 

city limits 
Chrystal John, grocer, 226 n Gay 
Chubb Catherine, 142 n Charles 
Chubb Emma, 142 n Charles 
Chunn Dr. James T. 18! w Madison 
Church Anton, laborer, II Perry 
Church Charles L. cigar mak. 141 Columbia 
Church Edward J. lumljer, s w cor Aisquith 

and Monument, dw 218 Aisquith 
Church Home and Infirmary, (Epis.) Broad- 
way, between Baltimore and Fayette 
CHURCH JAMES A. junk dealer, 4 Wall, 

near Dugan's wharf, dw 139 n Central av 
CHURCH JOHN, manager Cedar Point Iron 

Furnace, dw Baltimore Co. 
Chureh Thomas, clerk, 309 e Madison 
Church Wm G., machinist, 62 Grundy 



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Churchill Lorey, silver plater, 10 Mercer, dw 
277 n Entaw 

Churchwell John, carpenter, 48 Fort av 

Ciampi Rev. Antony F., S. J., president of 
Loyola Colleg:e, Loyola place 

CICERELLO ANTONIO, dealer in confec- 
tionery, fruit, &c., 125 n Gay 

Cinnamon Martha, seamstress, 130 Saratoga 

CINNAMOND & BROWNING, (G. R. Cin- 
namond, W.T.Browning) conveyancers and 
attorneys, 59 w Fayette 

Cinnamond Geo. R. (Cinnamond & Brovt^n- 
ing) 59 w Fayette 

Cinnamond Henry, laborer, 41 Edward 

Circle Henry, ship carpenter, 123 s Regester 

Circle John, street paver, 123 s Regester 

Cissel Benj. C. brakesman, 9 s Carey 

Cisselberger Andrew, laborer, 130 Dolphin 

Cisselberger Martin, well digger, 130 Dolphin 

CITIZENS' BANK, n e cor^Pratt and Han- 
over 

CITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE, City 
Hall, 2d floor 

CITY HALL, Holliday, n of Fayette, in 
which are the Mayor's oflice. City Collec- 
tor's, Register's, Commissioner's, Appeal 
Tax Court, Comptroller's, City Survey- 
or's, Fire Inspector's, Police Commission- 
ers', and Health offices 

CITY PASSENGER RAILWAY COM- 
PANY, office, n c cor Eutaw and Baltimore 

Clabaugh & Harris, (E. A Clabaugli, G. W. 
Harris) liquor dealers and distillers, 38 
South 

Clabaugh E. A. (Clabaugh & Harris) 8 n 
Carey 

Clabaugh Geo. wholesale liquor dealer, 372 
w Baltimore, dw 6 Waveriy Terrace 

Clabaugh George W. (Clabaugh & Harris) 
Carey near Saratoga 

Clabaugh John, carpenter, 95 Mulberry 

CLABAUGH WM. H. proprietor Fountain 
Hotel, 5 Light, dw 205 w Lombard 

Clabby Honora, grocery, 29 Hilien 

Clabby Luke, plumber, 29 Hilien 

Ciackner Elizabeth, 32 n Eden 

Clackner James, 7 Aisquith 

Ciackner Capt. Joseph, marine surveyor, s w 
cor Gay and Lombard, dw 7 Aisquith 

Ciackner Matthew, First Balto. House res- 
taurant, 10 McClellan's al, dw 7 Aisquith 

Clages Frederick, student, 118 L. Greene 

Clagett Mrs. Eliza, 145 e Lombard 

Clagett John T 145 e Lombard 

Claggett Louis H. 156 Pearl 

Claggett Mrs. Mary, 257 w Madison 

Claggett Thomas J. 156 Pearl 

CLAGGETT WM & CO. (Wm. Claggett, 
J. D Danels, jr.,) brewers, e Lombard, 
adjoining Falls 
Claggett Wm. (Wm. Claggett & Co.) 240 n 

Charles 
Claggett Wm. T. furniture wagoner, 157 e 
Lombard 

Claggett Wm. 200 n Charles 

Clamm Frank, cigar maker, 47 Granby 

Clampitt William H. brass finisher, 502 w 

Baltimore 
Clapp Ann, 140 n High 

Clapp George C. hatter, 64 Hilien, dw 6 Jef- 
ferson 
Clappsaddle W. F. tinner, 324 s Charles 
Clapseld Francis, blacksmith, 144 Mulberry 



Clare Isaac, 160 Hanover 

Claridge George W. police, 163 Hamburg 

Claridge Henry R. police, 162 n Spring 

Claridge James R. 102 n High 

Claridge John, tinner, 72 s Eden 

Claridge Lloyd, painter, 32 Hughes 

Claridy John, moulder, 5 Heath 

Clark A. C. commercial agent, 46 Granby 

CLARK A.HOWARD, agent J. M. Brad- 

street & Son, 59 w Second, dw 61 St. Paul 
Clark Adams, soldier, 73 Eislein 
Clark Amelia, 226 n Howard 
Clark Ambrose, macliinist, 138 Penna. av 
Clark Mrs. Ann, 168 Park 
Clark Ann, dairy, 87 Lexington 
Clark Augustus, blacksmith, 140 Henrietta 
Clark Benjamin D. 52 Barre 
Clark Benjamin, shoemaker, 30 Franklin al 
Clark Bernhard, carpenter, 15 Pleasant, dw 159 

n Exeter 
Clark Beverly, law student, 28 s Sharp 
Clark Bridget, 90 s Fremont 
Clark Charles G. boiler maker, 48McMechin 
Clark Charles H. safe maker, 112 Henrietta 
Clark Charles H. pilot, 110 s Bond 
Clark Charles H. 121 William 
Clark Charles L. carpenter, 159 n Exeter 
CLARK & CUNNINGHAM, (M. Clark, 

W. R. Cunningham,) liquor and commis- 
sion merchants, 30 s Frederick 
Clark Daniel, drayman, 235 Columbia 
Clark Daniel H. shoemaker, 6 Orleans 
Clark Mrs. Elizabeth, 182 s Eutaw 
Clark Mrs. Eva, 73 w Biddle 
Clark Frank, (Murray, Clark & Co.) 164 

Hughes 
CLARK GABRIEL D. importer watches 

and jewelry, cor Calvert and Water, dw 50 

w Monument 
Clark Gabriel D. jr., clerk, 50 w Monument 
Clark George A. mariner, 179 Hanover 
Clark George A. shoemaker, 53 McElderry 
Clark George, mariner, 171 n Spring 
Clark George, driver Adams Express, 161 

George 
Clark George, expressman, 188 George 
Clark George T. plumber, 302 e Madison 
Clark George W. 391 w Fayette 
Clark Henry, (Levi Perry & Co.) 212 w 

Lombard 
Clark Henry H. ambrotypist, 49 s F]xeter 
Clark Henry H. coachmaker, 80 n High 
Clark Hugh, laborer, 46 n Front 
Clark Lsabella W. 121 William 
Clark James, watchman, 356 e Fayette 
Clark James, lock manufac. 147 vv Fayette 
Clark James, laborer, 23 s Regester 
Clark James A. produce dealer, s e corner of 

Broadway and Belair av 
Clark James, (Jas. Clark & Co.) 26 Warren 
Clark James B. clerk, 52 Barre 
Clark James, carpenter, n e cor Peirce and 

Fremont 
Clark James, 41 s Exeter 
Clark James, laborer, 59 s Durham 
Clark James, laborer, 242 Lemmon al 
Clark James, liquors, 40 Boyd 
Clark James, laborer, 18 s Front 
Clark James, carpenter, 149 n Fremont 
Clark James & Co. (J. Clark, B. Thornton, J. 

Cahill,) Peoples machine and boiler works, 

south side Basin 
Clark Mrs. Jane, cor Warner and Fremont 



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Clark James R. (Matthew B. Clark & Bro.) 

249 n Eutaw 
Clark John F. 180 Preston 
Clark John, eno;iiieer, 153 Montgomery 
Clark John, carpenter, 122 e Fayette 
Clark Capt. John, 62 Block 
Clark John S. finisher, 25 Armistead la 
Clark John S. ship carpenter, 173 e Pratt 
Clark John, president Citizens' Bank 42 n 

Charles, dw 44 n Charles 
Clark John H. finislier, 26 Warren 
Clark John W. detective, 124 Harford av 
Clark John H. cooper, 106 s Bond 
Clark John W. lamplighter, 165 Hughes 
Clark John, sailmnker, 57 L. Montgomery 
Clark Jolin N. clerk, 239 n Eden 
Clark John, carpenter, 71 s Fremont 
Clark John, 502 e Baltimore 
Clark Jolin S. machinist, 384 w Lombard 
Clark John, carpenter, 156 Aisquith 
Clark John, grocer, s w cor Goiigh & Castle al 
Clark John A. clerk, 1 Warner 
Clark John S. carpenter, 159 n Exeter 
Clark John, porter, 30 Hillen 
Clark John W. carpenter, 122 e Fayette 
Clark J. Everett, clerk, 180 Preston 
Clark Jonathan T. sparmaker, 99 Hamburg 
Clark Joseph, huckster, 380 Harford av 
Clark Joseph C. hackman, 185 Knsor 
Clark Laurence, express driver, 240 Aisquith 
Clark Lester S. soldier, 479 Belair av 
CLARK LEWIS & CO. (Lewis Clark) com- 
mission and auction store, 184 w Baltimore, 
Clark Levin P. patent hydrants, over 44 Hol- 

liday, dw 52 n Exeter 
Clark Lewis, (L. Clark & Co.) Grundy near 

McMechin 
Clark Levi, carpenter, 253 Hollins 
Clark L. brakesman, 348 w Mulberry 
Clark Margaret S. 118 w Fayette 
Clark Mary, 45 Hill 
Clark Mrs Maria, nurse, Washington road, 

opp Mount Clare 
Clark Mary, matron, 239 Pcirce 
Clark Martin, peddler, 17 Park 
Clark Martin, laborer, 51 Haubert 
Clark Mary, 75 n Central av 
Clark Mrs. Mary M. 126 Mulberry 
Clark Matthew, (Clark & Cunningham) 295 

n Caroline 
Clark Matthew B. (Matthew B. Clark & 

Bro.) 272 w Fayette 
Clark Matthew B. & Bro. (M. Clark & J. R. 

Clark) flour merchants, 40 n Howard 
Clark Mrs. Nelson, 67 St. Paul 
Clark Nicholas, hod carrier, 281 Forrest 
Clark Noah, harness maker, 52 n Exeter 
Clark Patrick, grocer, 8 Aisquith 
Clark Patrick, quarryman, Falls road n of 

Northern av 
Clark Owen, waiter, 187 Lemmon al 
Clark Peter, laborer, 2 Ryan 
Clark Piner W. 118 w Fayette 
Clark Reliecca, tailoress, 124 e Eager 
Clark Richard B. clerk, 83 e Pratt 
Clark Richard H. lab. cor Warner & Fremont 
Clark Richard S. sutler, 103 s Broadway 
Clark Samuel, bricklayer, 88 Moore al 
Clark Sarah, 87 Chesnut 
Clark Sarah, 156 Aisquith 
Clark Stephen N. carpenter, 51 Milliman 
Clark Sylvester, moulder, 124 e Eager 
Clark Teresa, huckstress, 37 n Schroeder 



CLARK THOMAS & CO., (T. Cla.k.J- 

Zeigler,) coppersmiths, 237 s Wolfe 
Clark Thomas, (Thoma.s Clark & Co.,) n w 

cor Aisquith and Comet 
Clark Thomas, police, 132 s Paca 
Clark Thomas S., jr., clerk, 130 w Fayette 
Clark Thomas S., (Thomas S. Clark & Son,) 

83 e Pratt 
Clark Thomas F., finisher, 313 s Charles 
Clark Thomas S. & Son, (Thomas S. Clark, 

W. H. Clark,) sailmakers, 128 Dugan's 

wharf 
Clark Thomas S., (Thomas S. Clark & Son,) 

83 e Pratt 
Clark Thomas, tinner, 243 Hollins 
Clark Thomas, laborer, 26 Orbit al 
Clark Thomas, laborer, 176 Dover 
Clark Timothy, laborer, 67 James la 
Clark Wm. B., clerk, 502 w Baltimore 
Clark Wm.. laborer, 292 n Eutaw 
Clark Wm. G., sail and awning maker, 283 

Hollins 
Clark Wm., cooper, 121 William 
Clark Wm. T., ship joiner, 36 Barre 
Clark Wm. T., ship carpenter, 12 s Ann 
Clark Wm. H., assistant editor "The Sun," 

1.33 Mulberry 
Clark Wm. A., machinist, 9 s Republican 
Ciark Wm. H., (Thomas S. Clark & Son,) 

283 Hollins ' 

Clark Wm C, shoemaker, Harford av exind 
Clark Wm. J., agent Florence sewing ma- 
chines. General Wayne hotel 
Clark Wm. H., 73 w Biddle 
Clark Zaehariah, pilot, 135 s Ann 
Clarke Addison, (Caldwell & Clarke,) 56 w 

Biddle 
Clarke Rev. Ambrose W., warden Church 

Home and Infirmary, Broadway between 

Baltimore and Fayette 
Clarke Anthony, grocer, 191 Gough 
CLARKE ASHUR, ladies' seminary, 61 

Saratoga, adjoining Athenseum, dw 137 St. 

Paul 
Clarke Mrs. Bridget, 90 s Fremont 
Clnike Charles, (Quartermaster's department, 

23 n Calvert 
Clarke Mrs. Elizabeth, 377 Saratoga 
Clarke Henry E., 56 w Biddle 
Clarke John W., carpenter, 31 s Poppleton 
Clarke John C, helper, 281 Saratoga 
Clarke John G., (Clarke & Jones,) Balto. Co. 
Clarke John, furniture wagon, 136 Mullikin 
CLARKE & JONES, (J. G. Clarke, W. H. 

Jones,) candy manufacturers and fruit deal- 
ers, 20 Light 
Clarke Joseph H., professor of languages, 25 

Barnet, dw 20 Mulberry 
Clarke Jos. W., clerk, 83 n Eutaw 
CLARKE & KING, (Wm. T. Clarke, Joseph 

A. King,) ship joiners, foot of Henry 
Clarke Martin, 156 s Washington, F. P. 
Clarke Mrs. Mary, 52 Greenmount av 
Clarke Mrs. Mary A., 30 c Lombard 
Clarke Mrs. Mary M., 83 n Eutaw 
Clarke Owen, switch tender, n e cor. Ostend 

and Eutaw 
Clarke Phoebe D., 56 w Biddle 
Clarke Ray S., mariner, 20 s Broadway 
Clarke Robert A., grocer, 30 e Lombard 
Clarke Samuel T., salesman, 104 n Greene 
Clarke Sylvester, bonnet frame manufacturer, 

89 Lexington 



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Clarke Stephen, carpenter, 51 Milliman 
Clarke Mrs. Temperance G., ^80 \v Fayette 
Clarke Thomas, laborer, 4 St. .Mary 
Clarke Thomas, builder, 14 n Calhoun 
Clark'^ Thomas, driver Adams Express, 4 

St. Mary 
Clarke VVm. T., (Clarke & King,) 36 Barre 
CLARKSBURG CO.AL & IRON COMT, 

O'Hern & Co. agents, 35 s Gay 
Clarkson Alfred, bricklayer, 97 n Central av 
Clarkson Edward H. N., (Joseph Clarkson 

& Sons,) 22 e Monument 
Clarkson Franklin S., (Joseph Clarkson & 

Sons,) 22 e Monument 
Clarkson Geo. L., shoemaker, 97 n Central av 
CLARKSON JOSEPH & SONS, (Joseph 
Clarkson, Edward ti. N. Clarkson, Frank- 
lin S Clarkson,) machinists, 75 n Front 
Clarkson Joseph, (Joseph Clarkson & Sons,) 

22 e Monument 
Clarkson M. C, clerk 114 n Greene 
Clarvoe Mrs. M. A. boarding house, 171 w 

Lombard 
Clary Mrs. 13 Pleasant al 
Clary Capt. Thomas, 13 Pleasant al 
Clas Henry, laborer, 161 s Eden 
Clasby Andrew, laborer, 342 Canton av 
Clashingle Joseph, cooper, 44 Bank 
Classen Benjamin, clerk, 155 s Sharp 
Classen Harman, flour and feed dealer, 145 s 

Sharp, dw 155 
Classen Henry W. hay dealer, Howard, betw. 

Montgomery and Lee, dw 138 Lee 
Clatcher Mrs 52 n Schroeder 
Clans Edward, tailor, 116 n Eden 
Clans fc^manuel, paver and regalia maker, 70s 

Bethel 
CLALSS REV. JOS. rector St. Michael's 
church, n e cor Lombard and Wolfe 
-Claussen Peter, mariner, 330 Canton av 
Clatcliiey Jas. M. coach trim., 86 Richmond 
Clautice Ann, dry goods dealer. 111 Penna. av 
Clautice Edward, plumber, 110 s Paca 
Clautice Francis, huckster, 187 e Eager 
Clautice Francis, provisions, 69 w Pratt, dw 

Eager near Valley 
Clautice George, sr. 94 Penna. av 
Clautice George J. huckster, 81 Forrest 
Clautice George, jr. car builder, 94 Penna. av 
Clautice Henry, huckster, 148 Hillen 
Clautice Henry C. shipsmith, 51 Granby 
Clautice Joseph, tailor, 295 e Madison 
Clautice Joseph, tinner, 110 s Paca 
Clautice Mrs. Elizabeth, hucksieress, 17 Har- 
ford av 
Clautice Mary, 111 Penna, av 
Clautice Peter, blacksmith, s e cor Portland 

and Emory, dw 110 s Paca 
Clautice William, coachmaker, 220 w Biddle 
Clavell Capt. Edward, mariner, 182 Gough 
Claxton Samuel, 45 Saratoga 
Clay George M. engineer, 48 n Schroeder 
Clay John, cigar maker, 74 s Republican 
Clayltmd Samuel R. horse dealer, 65 Columbia 
Claypoole George, painter, 29 Jefferson 
Claypoole James, clerk, 729 w Baltimore 
Claypoole James, clerk, 52 n Republican 
Claypoole Capt. John, mariner, 232 Aisquith 
Clayton Alfred S. butter depot, 82 Hanover, 

dw 135 s Paca 
Clayton Edward W. tavern, 119 Camden 
Clayton Henry, provost marshal, 5 Courtland 
Clayton James E. 30 Cathedral 



Clayton James W. clerk, 5 Courtland 
Clayton John, silversmith, 53 w Centre 
Clayton John L. 5 Courtland 
Clayton J. P. clerk, custom house, dw 5 

Courtland 
Clayton John T. carpenter, 165 e Madison 
Clayton Samuel, 53 Conway 
Clayton Samuel S. 20 Cathedral 
Clayton Theodore, clerk, 5 Courtland 
Clayton William S. bricklayer, 7 w Biddle 
Clazey James, machinist, 163 Montgomery 
Clazey Mrs. Alargaret, 163 Montgomery 
CLEARY ELLEN, trimmings, 53 Harrison 
Cleaveland Joseph, (Coleman & Cleaveland,) 

53 s Eutaw 
CLEAVELAND SYLVESTER, agent for 
James Getty, n e cor Front anU Gay, dw 
171 n Exeter 
Clemant Thoinas, copper smelter, Clinton n 

of Boston 
Clemens Augustus D. 305 Garden 
Clemens Jacob, barkeeper, 256 s Broadway 
Clemens James, cooper, 230 n Bond 
Clemens John, cooper, 8 Bath 
Clemens John, cooper, Washington-st. Home- 
stead 
Clemens John, machinist, 172 Bank 
Clement Thomas, copper smelter, 8 Cuba 
CLEMENTS & BONSAL, (P. P. Clements, 
S. Bonsai,) wholesale grocers, 63 Exchange 
Place 
Clements John B. hiariner, 178 e Pratt 
Clements John S., superintendent Barnum 's 

hotel, 140 Aisquith 
Clements P. P , (Clements & Bonsai,) 165 n 

Charles 
Clemm Andrew, watchman, s e cor. Alice- 
anna and Bank 
Clemm Carl, soap maker, 907 w Pratt 
Clemm John, cooper, 122 s Charles 
Clemm Wm. E., watchman, 206 Aisquith 
Clemmacs John, shoemaker, 11 Gittings 
Clemment Capt. John W., mate, 33 s Ann 
Clemmons John R., in Custom House, 81 

Penna. av 
Clempert Bernard M., restaurant, 71 s Charles 
Clency Jeremiah, packer, 202 n Eutaw 
Clency Mrs. Jeremiah, intelligence office, 202 

n Eutaw 
Clendenen Mary A., milliner, 110 Lexington 
Clendenin Margaret A., teacher, 187 e Balti- 
more 
Clendinen Joseph, porter, 13 s Bond 
Clensey James, laborer, 67 n Front 
Clerken John, laborer. Mount Royal Hill 

near reservoir 
Clernan John, commission mer., 201 North, 

dw 102 Druid Hill av 
Clernan Matthew, clerk, 102 Druid Hill av 
Cleppish David, gilder, 78 n Schroeder 
Cleter Joiin, shoemaker, 213 s Bethel 
Cleveland Erastus, machinist, 97 HoUins 
Cleveland Joseph S., junk shop, 48 Thames 

dw 53 s Eden 
Click Christian, trimmer, 14 n Liberty 
Click Conrad, 364 e Eager 
Clickner Samuel A., shoe cutter, 191 Lee 
Clien Morris, second hand store, 688 w Balti- 
more 
Cliffe John F., mariner, 162 e Baltimore 
Clifford Mrs. Hannah, 148 German 
Clifford James, blacksmith, 123 e Eager 
Clifford John, tinner, 293 Eastern av 



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Clifford John, 250 Forrest 
Clifford Mrs. Margaret, 421 w Pratt 
Clifford Samuel, 8 George, west end 
Clifford Sylvester, jr., bacon dealer, 195 Hol- 

lins 
Clifford Sylvester W., 195 Hollins 
Clifford Thomas, laborer, 29.3 Eastern av 
Clifford Wm., carter, ]2 Chew 
Clifford W. H., baggage agent B. & O. R. R., 

140 Lf e 
Clift Catherine, 273 e Madison 
Clifton Mrs. Alphonsa, boarding house, 49 

St. Paul 
Cline Anthony, 262 e Lombard 
Cline Christopher, shoemaker, 179 s Ann 
Cline David L., clerk, Mansion house 
Cline Ely, moulder, 517 Saratoga 
Cline George, blacksmith, 135 Mulberry 
Cline George H., lieut. police, 45 Warren 
Cline Hugii, engineer U. S. N., 79 McHenry 
Cline Jacob, pattern maker, 79 McHenry 
Cline James P., master's mate U. S. N., 295 

e Lombard 
Cline Mrs. Mary, confectionery, 173 e Lom- 
bard 
Cling John Barter, 385 e Eager 
Clinton John, laborer, 31 Elizabeth la 
Clinton Thomas L., butcher, 135 Penna av 
Clipper Wm., ship carpenter, 386 Light 
Clisham John, 143 s Chapel 
Clishup Martin, laborer, 15 Buren 
Cloak Lawrence, laborer, 636 w Pratt 
Cloak Leary, porter, 636 w Pratt 
Cloak Patrick, drayman, 35 Hillen 
Clocker Hezekiah, carpenter, 198 e Monument 
Clochur Frederick A., blacksmith, 650 w 

Pratt 
Coffenstoin John, 388 w Fayette 
Clogg George S. boot maker, 2 s Calvert, dw 

1 s Broadway 
Clohasy Martin, laborer, 20 Eastern av 
Cloman Eliza, washerwoman, 72 s Republican 
Cloman Emanl. C. shoemaker, 72 s Republican 
Clonev Robert, tailor, 71 York 
Clonin Bridget, 33 Haubert 
Clonin Mrs. Mary, laundress, 46 Boyd 
Clopein Caroline, restaurant, 301 Penna. av 
Clopein John, butcher, 301 Penna. av 
Close Alexander, (Alexander Close & Co.) 

179 w Biddle 
CLOSE ALEXANDER & CO. (A. Close, S. 
Wylie,) dry goods commission merchants, 
4 German 
Close Christian, 376 Lexington 
Close Jam(;s, 40 Lexington 
Close James, 236 w Baltimore 
Close Margaret, hucksteress, 37 Pearl 
Close Nicholas, grocery, 139 Gough 

Closen , brakesman, 357 Cathedral 

Closs Henry, laborer, se cor Block and Wills 
Clotworihy Alexander, furniture dealer, 76 n 

Howard 
Clotworthy Charles A. clerk, 358 n Eutaw 
Clotwortliy Edward F. clerk, 70 n Howard 
CLOTWORTHY & FLINT, (W. P. Clot- 
worthy,) wholesale druggists, 339 w Balti- 
more 
Clotworthy George W. 76 n Howard 
Clotworthy Samuel, 76 n Howard 
Clotworthy William P. (Clotworthy & Flint,) 

234 Madison av 
Clotworthy William, laborer, 716 w Pratt 
Clotzsch Christopher, tailor, 56 s Bethel 



Cloud Benjamin, laborer, 83 Cross 
CLOUD CHARLES F. 415 w Baltimore 
Cloud Daniel, banker, dw 17 Cathedral 
Clough Martin V. 69 w Centre 
Clouse Edward C. tailor, 116 n Eden 
Clowdsley John H. huckster, 293 Light 
Clowdsley Thomas, clerk, 67 Barre 
Clunan Timothy, laborer, 50 Cooksie 
Clunet John B. clerk, 234 n Howard 
Clunet Victor, secretary American Fire Insu- 
rance Co. of Baltimore, dw 234 n Howard 
Clunet Victor S. clerk, 327 e Baltimore 
Clunet Victor S. clerk, 234 n Howard 
Cluney John, laborer, 23 Stockton al 
Clure Peter, laborer, 329 Eastern av 
Cluskey Patrick, laborer, 10 Scott 
Coakley & Brother, (M. Coakley, D. Coak- 

ley,) leather and shoe trimmings dealers, 16 

s Calvert 
Coakley Daniel, (Coakley & Brother,) 183 

Saratoga 
Coakley John, 11 e Monument 
Coakley Michael, (Coakley «&. Brother,) 11 e 

Monument 
Coakley P. H. over 24 South 
Coale Alfred, brakesman, 12 s Carey 
Coale Conrad, laborer, 26 Towson 
Coale E. H. dry goods, 67 Lexington 
Coale Mrs. Edward J. 45 Mulberry 
COALE GEORGE B. secretary Merchants' 

Mutual Insurance Co., 58 Exchange place, 

dw 77 Park 
COALE ISAAC, JR. & BRO. (I. Coale, jr., 

T. E Coale,) commission merchants, 17 

and 19 Hanover 
Coale Isaac, jr. (1. Coale, jr. & Bro.) 94 w 

Monument 
COALE JAMES CAREY, agent for New 

York board of underwriters and Lloyd's, 

56 Exchange place, dw Eutaw House 
Coale Joseph M. machinist, 47 w Biddle 
Coale Mary A. 45 Mulberry 
Coale S. Robinson, (T. L. Sutton & Co.) 

Baltimore Co. 
Coale Thos E. (Isaac Coale, jr. & Bro.) 248 

Madison av 
Coale Wm. E. jr. bookkeeper First National 

Bank, Catonsville, Baltimore Co. 
Coale Capt. Wm. E sr., IJ. S. A., 50 s Sharp 
Coale Wm. student, 548 Franklin 
Coalman Jas. cigar maker. Low near Aisquith 

Coar , conduct. N. C. R., 357 Cathedral 

Coarts Mrs. Susan, 30 Franklin 

COATES & BRO. (Geo. W. P. Coates, Dr. 

C. E. Coates, I. P. Coates,) proprietors Lo- 
cust Point Rolling Mills 
Coates Dr. C. E. (Coates & Bro.) 189 St. Paul 
Coates Geo. W. P. (Coates cfe Bro.) 189 St. 

Paul 
Coates I. Penick, (Coates & Brother,) 341 e 

Pratt 
Coates Israel B. blacksmith, 154 Harford av 
Coates James A. confectioner, 54 w Baltimore 
Coates John, lumber merchant, and President 

Union Fire Insurance Co., 355 w Pratt, dw 

262 w Lombard 
Coates Robt. E. painter, 5 n Sharp, dw 173 

Barre 
Coath Jno. restaurant, 7 Centre Market space 
Coath Mrs. Maria, 44 e Lombard 
Ccath Wm. bookkeeper, 44 e Lombard 
Coats Ezra, coachsmith, 154 Harford av 
Cobb Charles H. clerk, 1 Park 



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Cobb Edward R. E. (Rex, Higgins & Co.) 

31 n Liberty 
Cobb Geo. F. salesman, 359 \v Fayette 
Cobb Josiah & Sou, (J. Cobb, C. H. Cobb,) 

31 n Liberty 
Cobertii Lloyd H. engineer, 1G9 Montgomery 
Coblens & Bro. (S. Coblens, D. Coblens,) 

horse dealers, 3 n Paca 
Coblens Daniel (Coblens & Bro.) 87 Columbia 
Coblen.s Samuel (Coblens & Bro.) 141 German 
Coburn Cornelius, painter, 40 Albemarle 
Coburn E. F. variety, store, n e cor Bond and 

Pratt 
Coburn Henry, bricklayer, n e cor Bond and 

Pratt 
Coburn Mrs. James, bonnet and fancy store, 

19 n Gay 
Coburn Thomas, stone mason, 58 Buren 
Cochian Elizabeth, 14 East 
Cochran Andrew, broom maker, 189 n Exeter 
Cochran Mrs. Ann, tailores^s, 27 Haw 
Cochran Cliarles, of P. 0. depait. Washing- 
ton, 165 Hanover 
Cochran Mrs. Emma L. 13 Aisquith 
Cochran Henry W. (Cunningham & Coch- 
ran, 280 e Baltimore 
COCHR,-\N JAMES E. & SON, (James 
E. Cochran, John E. Cochran,) grocers and 
commission merchants, 84 Light st wharf 
Cochran James E (Jas. E. Cochran & Son,) 

18 Holland 
Cochran John, laborer, Lanvale near John 
Cochran John E. (Jas. E. Cochran & Son,) 

cor Exeter and Granby 
Cochran John, laborer. 18 Block 
Cochran John, moulder, 84 n Front 
Cochran Michael, blacksmith, 382 Hanover 
Cochran Samuel H. clerk, 610 w Lombard 
COCHRAN THOMAS J. & CO. (T.- J. 
Cochran, W. Abrahams,) ice dealers, 138 
s Exeter and 200 West Falls av 
Cochran Thomas J (T. J. Cochran & Co.) 

74 e Baltimore 
Cochran Wm. J. moulder, 159 HoUins 
Cochran W. F. clerk, 165 Hanover 
Cock George D. (H. J. Werdebaugh & Co.) 

58 s Paca 
COCKEY & CO. lumber commission mer- 
chants, n e cor Canton and East Falls avs 
Cockey C. W. 19 n Calvert 
Cockey Dr. J. C. 2 s Exeter 
Cockey John C soldier, 72 n Poppleton 
Cockey Mrs. Mary, 72 n Poppk-ton 
Cockey Richard, clerk, 72 n Poppleton 
Cockey Wm. P. C. salesman, 63 n Howard 
Cockey Wm. P. clerk, 84 Hanover 
Cockey Wm. clerk, 169 Lombard 
Cockey Wm. H. carpenter, 330 Saratoga 
Cocknil Dr. J. J. 23 s Broadway 
Codd Edward J. & Co. (E. J. Codd, Wm S. 
Cowpland,) engineers and machinists, 259 
s Cai'oline 
Codd Edward J. (Edward J. Codd & Co.) 

92 s Bond 
Codd Mrs. Matilda, 302 e Lombard 
Codd Simon, laborer, 3 Monument 
Codd Thomas, 74 s Washington, F. P 
Codd William H. butcher, 74 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Codduig, F. W. machinist, 25 s Calhoun 
Codding Mrs. W. W. 25 s Calhoun 
Coddington Mrs. Harriet S. 330 Mulberry 
Codet Joseph R. dancing master, 46 Granby 



Codey John, shoemaker, 240 w Biddle 
Codey Mary, grocery and liquors, n e corner 

East and Douglass 
Codori John A. butcher, 123 Centre and 48 

Belair markets, dw 87 Greenmount av 
Coe John C. steamed oyster saloon, 367 w 

Baltimore, dw 5 n Strieker 
Coe Mrs. Margaret E. 52 George 
CofFay John, hack driver, 67 Buren 
Coffay Thomas, keeper of hacks, s w corner 

Eager and Morton al 
Coffay Wm. hackman, s e cor Eager and 

Morton al 
Coffey John, laborer. Falls road near North- 
ern av 
Coffey Patrick, laborer, 28 Hillen 
Coffin Capt. Charles E. mariner, 97 s Ann 
Coffroth^Geo. R. (Coffroth, Miller & Co.) 

221 Madison av 
COFFROTH, MILLER & CO. (G. R. Cof- 
froth, G. H. Miller,) com. merchants, 
and dealers in tobacco, cigars and snuff, 330 
w Baltimore 
Cofran Mrs. Eliza, 15 Scott 
Cofran James, machinist, 23 Scott 
Coffee John, harness maker, 155 n Ex6ter 
Coffee John, laborer, over 7 Fish Market space 
Coggins Charles, coach maker, 238 n Caroline 
Coggins David, soldier, 106 e Madison 
Coggins James, soldier, 54 Greenmount av 
Coggins John, paper carrier, 195 Mullikin 
Coggins John W. paper carrier, 84 n Bond 
Coggins John, hay dealer, McKim, dw 39 

Greenmount av 
Coggins Martin, foundryman, 239 Mont- 
gomery 
Coggins Robert, paper carrier, 120 McElderry 
Coggins Rev. Thomas, agent Association Ira- 
proving Condition Poor, 54 Greenmount av 
Coggins Wm. paper carrier, 376 e Monument 
Coghlan Edward, 39 Hillen 
Coghlan Jane, dressmaker, 39 Hillen 
Coghlan Richard, clerk, 39 Hillen 
CogshallH. P... (Barrows &Co.) Philadelphia 
Cogswell Geo. A, carpenter, 473 Franklin 
Cogswell James, hat manufacturer, 241 e 

Monument 
Cohee Levin W. clerk, 68 Pennsylvania av 
Cohen Bernard, fancy goods, 243 n Gay 
Cohen Charles, cigar manufactory, 21 w Fay- 
ette, dw 49 Front 
Cohen C. clothing, 8 Harrison 
Cohen Eleazer, (M. Cohen & Sons,) 157 Lex- 
ington 
Cohen Emanuel, clothier, 21 w Second 
Cohen Mrs. F. clothing, 6 Harrison 
Cohen Israel, stock broker, 7 South, dw 195 

St. Paul 
Cohen Jacob 1. attorney, 29 St. Paul, dw 115 

n Charles 
Cohen Jacob I, jr. president Bait. Fire Ins. 

Company, dw 115 n Charles 
Cohen Joseph, (Cohen & Lyon,) New York 
Cohen Dv. Joshua I. 115 n Charles 
Cohen & Lyon, (J. S. Cohen & Reuben 
Lyon,) jewelers, n wcor Baltimore and Gay 
Cohen Lewis, tailor, 221 Light 
Cohen Lewis J. 232 Saratoga 
Cohen M. sutler 180 Lexington 
Cohen Moses & Sons, ;^M. Cohen, E. Cohen 
and S. Cohen,) dry goods, 269 w Baltimore 
Cohen Col. M. 1. 115 n Charles 
Cohen Samuel, clerk, 22 n Eutaw 



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Colien Simon, dry goods dealer, 185 n Gay 
Cohen Solomon, (M. Cohen & Sons,) 157 

Lexington 
Cohn Henry P. dry goods, 233 Eastern av 
Cohn Moritz, Q. Master's desk, 76 n Calvert 
Coignard Antonio, conf. and chocolate manu- 
facturer, 166 Saratoga 
Coignard Mrs. C. D. French teacher, 166 

Saratoga 
Coile D. L. clerk Commissary dep'tjdw Gen. 

Wayne hotel 
Coiner Wm. moulder, 139 s Eden 
Colahan Catharine, grocery, Tyson al n of 

Mulberry 
Colahan Edward, Tyson al n of Mulberry 
Colbert Augustus F. clerk, 25 n Exeter 
Colbert B. peddler, 17 McLeary's ct 
Colbert Lowin A. architect and contractor, 

383 w Fayette 
Colbert Lewin R. clerk, 383 \v Fayette 
Colbert Capl. Levin, mariner, 13'J e Pratt 
Colbert Mathias, machinist, 57 Portland 
Colbert Robert N. mariner, 296 e Lombard 
Colborn Wells L. machinist, 13 n Eutaw 
Colburn Dr. A. W. 166 s Paca 
Colburn Ann Maria, 138 n Central av 
Colburn Dr. E. 166 s Paca 
Colburn Hervey, laborer, 17 Willow 
Colburn Dr. H. dentist, 78 n Paca 
Colburn Julia M. 293 w Fayette 
Colburn Nathaniel, clerk, 78 n Paca 
Colburn RoUiiison, clerk War dep't, Wash- 
ington, 78 n Paca 
Colder Wm. director N. C. R. Calvert Station 
Coldhizen John S. butcher, 488 Penna av 
Coldvvell George, laborer, 28 McKim 
Cole Annie, 33 Hamilton 
Cole Benjamin, tavern, n w cor Caroline and 

Jefferson 
Cole Benjamin, salesman, 177 n Paca 
Cole Charles F. A. bookkeeper, 94 e Fayette 
Cole Cornelius M. 267 Lexington 
Cole Edwin C 138 n High 
Cole Mrs. Eliza, 158 Wa.shinglon, F. H. 
Cole Mrs. Ellen, 178 w Lombard 
Cole Francis C. clerk, 62 n Greene 
Cole Frederick, porter, 59 n Scliroeder 
Cole F. O. clerk, Gilmor between Saratoga 

and Mulberry 
Cole F. Carter, clerk, 62 n Greene 
Cole George B. (Pope & Cole,) 138 n High 
Cole George H. pilot, Lombard near Chester 
Cole Geo. W. junk shop, 45 Greemnount av 
COLE & H.ALE, (L. H. Cole, N. H. Hale,) 

dairymen, 3 Orchard 
Cole Henry C. painter, 75 Hollins 
Cole Henry, oyster dealer, 2,)2 e Monument 
COLE & HIBNER, (J. Cole, J . JV. Hibner.) 

restaurant, s e cor Franklin and Paca 
Cole Hiram, wood corder, 89 e Fayette 
Cole Rev. Isaac, 150 Hanover 
Cole James, 2U5 Mulberry 
Cole James, blacksmith, 93 s Wolfe 
Cole Jas. W. clerk Sun office, dw b9 e Fayette 
Cole Mrs. Jane, confectionery, 96^2 Hanover 
Cole Jarrett, 80 s Exeter 
Cole John, laborer, 186 Happy al 
Cole John, laborer, 2 Bouldin al 
Cole John E. provisions, 859 w Baltimore 
Cole John H. (Howard, Cole & Co.) 178 w 

Lombard 
Cole John R. grocer and tea dealer, 50 and 52 
n Eutaw, dw 62 n Greene 



Cole John W. plumber, 39 Jackson 
Cole John H. teamster, 25 May 
Cole John, carpenter, 39 s Schroeder 
Cole John A. clerk, 62 n Greene 
Cole Josephine, 190 East 
Cole Joshua, tinner, 75 Hollins 
Cole Capt. Joseph B. surveyor of vessels and 
cargoes, office s w co.r Gay and Lombard, 
dw 7 s Ann 
Cole Joseph, carpenter, 127 Druid Hill av 
Cole Leander H. clerk, 62 n Greene 
Cole Lewis H. confectioner, 86 s Paca 
Cole Lewis H. (Cole & Hale,) Baltimore 

County 
Cole Lewis Hiram, salesman, 86 s Paca 
Cole Lewis M. general ticket agent B. & 0. 

R. R. Co., dw 201 w Lombard 
Cole Lewis P. miller, Calverton Mills, near 

Almshouse 
Cole Mary Jane, grocery, 89 e Fayette 
Cole Mrs. agent, 12 Ramsay 
Cole Mary, 171 Stirling 

Cole Dr. Merryman, office 86 n Exeter, dw 102 
Cole Michael, laborer, 12 Forrest 
Cole Olivia, 39 n Gay 
Cole Philip, ship joiner, 108 Gough 
Cole Philip, 98 n Schroeder 
Cole Richard, bricklayer, 64 Chew 
Cole Samuel C. tin and sheet iron worker 

122 Jefferson 
Cole S. hay dealer, 91 c Pratt 
Cole Samuel H. tinner, 171 n Eden 
Cole Sarah, 39 n Gay 
Cole Selah. carpenter, 128 n Exeter 
Cole Stephen, farmer's hotel, IJillen 
Cole Wm. H. 18 s Front 
Cole Wm. H. leather dealer, 20 Water, dw 3 

n Front 
Cole Wm. clerk, 128 n Exeter 
Cole Wm. pile driver, 18 n Bond 
Cole VVm. H. bookkeei)er, 318 n Eutaw 
Cole Wm. tailor, 18 n Bond 
Cole Wm. L. plasterer, 281 e Madison 
COLE WM. R. &. CO. (Wm. P. Cole, Wm. 

R. Cole, Wm. T. Brigiuim,) dealers in 

hats, caps and straw goods, 274 w Baltimore 
Cole Wm. R. (Wm. R. Cole & Co.) 153 w 

Biddle 
Cole Wm. P. (VVm. R. Cole & Co.) 138 n 

High 
Cole Wm. janitor Washington Monument, 

dw 18 n Bond 
Cole Wm. H. (Spear & Cole,) 3 n Front 
Cole Wm. laborer, 92 Dolphin 
COLE WM. H. hardware commission mer- 
chant, 17 s Charles, dw 75 Cathedral 
Cole Wm. N. clerk, 128 Grundy 
Cole Wm. H. livery stable, s e cor Temple 

and Fayette 
Cole Wm. E. miller, Calverton road near 

Almshouse 
Colehouer Sarah, nurse, 652 w Pratt 
Colein John, carpenter, 497 w Pratt 
Colein John F. engineer, 77 Johnson 
Colein Thomas R. clerk City Pass. R. R. 

497 w Pratt 
Colien Wm. carpenter, 81 Warner 
Coleman Alexander, soldier, 16 Wyeth 
Coleman Ann, 117 n Bond 
COLEMAN & BAILEY, (G. Coleman, E. 

Bailey,) ship chandlers, 105 and 107 Thames 
Coleman & Co. grocers and com. merchants, 

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Coleman Charles L. mariner, 55 Block 
Coleman Charles R. cashier Mechanics Bank, 

58 w Biddle 
Coleman Charles R. jr. (Coleman & Norris,) 

58 w Biddle 
Coleman Charles R. butcher, 224 William 
Coleman Charles, grocery, 93 s Regester 
Coleman Charles, painter, 236 Hollins 
Coleman Mrs. Chapman, 131 n Charles 
Coleman & Cleaveland, (Thomas Coleman, 

Josepii Cleaveland,) junk, 47 Thames 
Coleman E. K. clerk, 188 Conway 
Coleman Edw. pump maker, Baltimore near 

Wolfe, dw 129 Gough 
Coleman Edw. B. watchman, 74 Marriott 
Coleman Ellis, cordwainer, 186 Orleans 
Coleman Mrs. Elizabeth, dry goods store, 

245 n Eden 
Coleman Eugene D. clerk, 12 w Pratt 
Coleman Francis, bell hanger, 60 Walsh 
Coleman George, machinist, 17 Orchard 
Coleman Geo. E. (Pearson Sf Coleman) 73 

McHenry 
Coleman George, (Coleman & Bailey) 116 

Thames 
Coleman Henry, laborer, 100 Somerset 
Coleman Henry, tailor, 73 McElderry 
Coleman Henry, tavern, 254 Montgomery 
Coleman James, tobacconist, 351 e Monument 
Coleman James T. 28 Dewberry al 
Coleman James H. officer Maryland Peniten- 
tiary, 351 e Monument 
Coleman .lames, hackman, 3 s Bond 
Coleman Joseph, bricklayer, s e cor Jefferson 

and Castle 
Coleman Johij W. butcher, 25 Smith 
Coleman John, boiler mak. 60 Greenmountav 
Coleman Mary A. E. conf. 12 w Pratt 
Coleman Mrs. Martha, 68 Chew 
Coleman Mrs. Martha, 498 w Pratt 
Coleman Mrs. laundress, 7L McElderry 
Coleman Noah, driver, 97 McElderry 
Coleman & Norris, (G. R. Coleman, jr., J. 

B. Norris) coal dealers, 17 s Gay 
Coleman Patrick, harness maker, 9 Scott 
Coleman Patrick, shoemaker, 4 Bloodgood ct 
Coleman Patrick, hostler, at 46 Mti Vernon 

place 
Coleman Richard, blacksmith, 684 w Pratt 
Coleman Richard, blacksmith. 34 n Bond 
COLEMAN R. B. jn-oprietor Eutaw House 
COLEMAN & ROGERS, (J. C. Rogers) 

chemists and druggists, 173 w Baltnnore 
Coleman Samuel, shijjsmith, 76 s Ann 
Coleman Sarah, 264 e Pratt 
Coleman Sumniurfield, farmer, 498 w Pratt 
Coleman Thomas W. (Coleman & Cleave- 
land) 73 s Ann 
Coleman Wm. W. clerk Adams Express, 79 

William 
Coleman Wm. W. clerk Farmers and Planters 

Bank, McCulloh w of Mosher 
Coleman William F. shipsmiih, 119 n Broad- 
way 
Coleman Wm.H. messenger Adams Express, 

79 William 
Coleman Virginia F. 82 Mulberry 
Coleman Zebulon S. tavern, 119 William 
Coles Emma E. teacher, 65 e Fayette 
Coles Wm. ladies shoemaker, 65 e Fayette 
Golfer John, carpenter, 173 n Caroline 
Colflesh George, coachmaker, 101 German, 
dw 364 w Fayette 



Colford Patrick, laborer, 134 Harford av 
Colhabner Adam, boiler maker, 188 William 
Colib John, cooper, 54 Albemarle 
Coll Edward J. clerk, 148 Saratoga 
Coll Ellen, 148 Saratoga 

COLLADAY CHARLES R. provision, pro- 
duce and butter dealer, s w cor Fayette and 
Republican 
Colladay Joseph M. (J. M. Colladay & Bro.) 

495 w Fayette , 

Colladay Joseph S. 332 w Lombard 
COLLADAY J. M. & BRO. grocers and 
provision dealers, 461, 463 and 465 w Fay- 
ette 
Collett George W., at Custom House, 37 

Albemarle 
CoUenberg Theodore, shoemaker, 44 s Bond 
Colley Amos V. carpenter, 324 Hollins 
Colley Alfred, carpenter, Chappell near Penn- 
sylvania av 
Colley Mrs. Jane, Chappell near Penn'a av 
COLLEY JOHN W. carpenter and builder, 
rear 324 Hollins, dw n w cor Strieker and 
Hollins 
Colley Wm. H. carpenter, 64 Raborg 
Collier Ann M. tailoress, 93 Boyd 
Collier Andrew, gas fitter, 13 Warner 
Collier Charles E. gas meter inspector, 94 

Mulberry 
Collier Henry, blacksmith, 410 w Lombard 
Collier Joseph, mariner, rear 144 Hughes 
Collier Richard J. shoemaker, 10 Sterrett 
Collier Wm. H. moulder, 93 Boyd 
Collier Wm. James, blacksmith, 23 s High 
Collins Ann, 27 Hampstead 
Collins Benjamin, combmaker, 54 sPoppleton 
Collins Bridget, 12 Concord 
Collip Hartman, lager beer, s w cor Ensor 

and East 
Collins Mrs. Caroline, 160 s Fremont 
Collins Charles S., (Collins & Heath,) 385 w 

Lombard 
Collins Dennis, laborer, Clinton opposite the 

Chesapeake furnace 
Collins Elizabeth, tailoress, 67 Henrietta 
Collins Mrs. Emma, tailoress, 67 Henrietta 
Collins Emeline, tavern, 75 Thames 
Collins Eugene, clerk, 49 South 
Collins Dr. George T., office 42, dw 46 Rich- 
mond 
Collins George T. D., peddler, 133 Hudson 
Collins George R., huckster, 180 Gough 
Collins George W., ship smith, 165 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Collins George W., wagoner, 156 n Spring 
Collins George R., liuckster, 169 w Hoffman 
Collins George H., painter, 311 Eastern av 
Collins George W., tinner, 160 s Fremont 
Collins George W., (Collins & Townsend,) 

165 s Washington, F. P. 
Collins Henry, drover, 52 Boyd 
Collins Henry, brickmaker, 490 Light 
Collins Henry, carpenter, 277 Druid Hill av 
Collins Henry, brickmaker, 483 Light 
COLLINS & HEATH, (C. S. Collins, E. S. 

Heath,) furnace manufacturers, 22 Light 
Collins Honora, grocery, 121 Chesapeake 
Colhns Hugh J., furniture dealer, 83 Harrison 
Collins Rev. Isaac 480 Lexington 
Collins Isaac, carpenter, 20 Orchard 
Collins James, tinner, 14 w Fayette 
Collins James W., tavern, 18 President 
Collins James, laborer, 83 Preston 



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Collins James E., substitute agent, 249 s 

Broadway- 
Collins James B., wood and coal, 51 South, 

dw 100 Aisquith 
Collins Jeremiah, porter, 2 Smith 
Collins J. W., dancing academy, 543 w Bal- 
timore 
Collins John W., clerk, 68 Harford av 
Collins John, laborer, 341 Penna. av 
Collins John, 18 Barnes 
Collins John, 119 Harford av 
Collins John M., drover, 558 w Lombard 
Collins John, laborer, 18 Mosher 
Collins John, Mount Royal, on N. C. R. 
Collins Joseph, laborer, 11 Abbott 
Collins Levi, cooper, 26 Warner 
Collins Louisa, 177 n Calvert 
Collins Margaret, furniture deal., 49 Harrison 
Collins Mrs: Martha, 136 Columbia 
Collins Mrs. Mary, 60 Harrison 
Collins Mrs. Mary, 411 Saratoga 
Collins Mrs. Mary, 253 w Lombard 
Collins Michael, machinist, 21 McHenry 
Collins Mich'l, soldier, Chappell nr Penna. av 
Collins Patrick, 20 President 
Collins Patrick, boarding house, 53 President 
Collins Patrick, jr., laborer, 20 President 
Collins P. J., porter, 18 Mosher 
Collins Patrick, jr., new and second hand fur- 
niture dealer, 83 Harrison 
Collins Peter, furniture dealer, 39 Harrison 
Collins Phillip J., puddler, 57 Aliceanna 
Collins Robert, carpenter, 40 George 
Collins Sarah A., 50 n Charles 
COLLINS DR. STEPHEN, 36 n Calvert 
Collins Thomas M., clerk, 19 Jackson 
Collins & Townsend, (George W. Collins, 
Francis Townsend,) ship smiths, 10 Philpot 
Collins Wm. A., mariner, 73 Cross 
Collins Wm. E , puddler, 467 Canton av 
Collins Wm. H., engineer, 479 w Lombard 
COLLINS WM. H., attorney at law, 34 St. 

Paul, dw 36 n Calvert 
Collins Wm. E., carpenter, 411 Saratoga 
Collins Wm. H., furniture di^aler, 39 Harrison 
Collins Wm. R. butcher. Point la near Green- 
mount Cemetery 
Collison Charles W. mariner, 120 s Eden 
Collison Jas. R. lamplighter, 200 n Broadway 
Collison Tbos. W. house carpenter, 34 s Ann 
Collison Wm. draper and tailor, 7 s Sharp, 

dw 180 s Paca 
Collison Wm. ship carpenter, 86 William 
Collmus Solomon, saddler, 123 n High 
Collopy John, drayman, 519 w Baltimore 
Collopy Wm. laborer, 17 n Amity 
Colmary Alexander, clerk, 96 w Centre 
Colmary Capt. Abraham L. mariner, 212 w 

Lombard 
Colmus Conrad, laborer, 17 Wyeth 
Colon Michael, laborer, 8 L. Williamson 
Colschla Louis, laborer, 14 Henry 
Colsten Josiah, sec'y Baltimore Life Insurance 

Co. 7 South 
Colston Joseph H. cigar maker, 446 Walsh 
Colston O. B. teacher, 1 George 
Colt Charles, machinist, 314 Light 
Colt Oter, cooper, 337 s Bond 
Coltart John A. pattern mak. 21 McLeary ct 
Colter Robert L. ship caapenter,34 Henrietta 
Colter John, well digi^er, 126 Dolpliin 
Colton Frederick, confectionery, 100 Hillen 
Colton Geo. 634 w Fayette 



Colton H. H. stocking weaver, 10 Ensor 
Colton John, stone cutter, 53 Mulberry 
Colton John, stocking manuf 235 w Pratt 
Colton John H. hackman, 53 Mulberry 
Colton Wesley H. 634 w Fayette 
Colton Wm. H. stocking manufactory, 144 n 

Gay 
Colton Wm. prop, agent, 329 Druid Hill av 
Colvin Institute for Girls, 39i.< Courtland 
COLVIN RICHARD, 77 e Baltimore 
Comb John, painter, 238 e Lombard 
Comber Bernard, boiler maker, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Comber H.S clerk, 20 Mulberry 
Comegys Mrs. Araminta, 171 Lee 
Comegys Benjamin, insurance agent, over s 
w cor Gay and F^xchange place, dw 501 w 
Baltimore — [See Advertisement back of book-l 
Comegys Edward, oyster packer, 230 s Sharp 
Comegys Henry C. clerk, 94 Saratoga 
Comegys Henry F. clerk, 130 e Pratt 
Comegys Jesse, Mrs.' M. G. Brown's Medi- 
cines, 500 w Baltimore 
Comegys William, machinist, 171 Lee 
Comer Samuel A. restaurant, 98 Richmond 
COMMERCIAL AND FARMERS' BANK, 

s w cor Howard and German 
Commissioners of Public Schools, cor of Fay- 
ette and HoUiday — [See Appendix.] 
Commons Francis, grocery, 50 Davis 
Comparrior Julia, seamstress, 207 Hanover 
Compt James, 193 Forrest 
Compton James, laborer, 186 German 
Compton Jehu, lab. McHenry w of Fulton 
Compton Mrs. Mary A. 285 Saratoga 
Compton Samuel, laborer, 186 German 
Compton Wm. I)lacksmith, 8 Scott 
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE, City Hall, 

Samuel Maccubbin, comptroller 
Comte Mrs. Ann, 81 s Higii 
Commangs Mrs. Mary, ll9Peirce 
Conant Samuel W. clock maker, 163 n Cen- 
tral av 
Conant Samuel W jr. soldier, 12 Low 
Conatty Thomas, 107 n Broadway 
Conardt Wm clerk, 250 Lexington 
Conary John, blacksmith, 510 Lexington 
Conaway Alfred, paper carrier, 221 Mulberrv 
Conaway Charles B. painter, 149 n Bond 
Conaway Francis A. ship joiner, 21S e Pratt 
Conaway Francis, ship joiner, 218 e Pratt 
Conaway James R. shoemaker, 218 e Pratt 
Conaway Joseph, engineer, 69 Hamburg . 
Conaway Solomon, police, 845 w Pratt 
Condell Charles B. engineer, 34 Lemmon 
Condem Michael, bar keeper, n e cor St. 

Paul and Centre 
Condon Edward, cabinet maker, 198 Chesnut 
Condon Mrs. Mary, 253 Madison av 
Condon Wm. H., silver plater, 198 Chesnut 
Condry Patrick, laborer, 1 Boulden al 
Conine Alfred S., s w cor Frederick and Fay- 

ettee, dw 234 n Charles 
Conine Wm. C, s w cor Charles and Eager 
Conklin Josiah, stove dealer, 13 Columbia 
Conklin Joseph, mariner, 201 s Washington, 

F. P. 
Conklin Mary, 366 Lexington 
Conklin Capt. Michael, 190 e Pratt 
Conkling Cornelius, 134 s Castle 
Conkling Thomas, 265 Lexington 
Conkling Wm. H., jr , bookkeeper, 167 s 
Broadway 



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Conkling Capt. Wm. H., 167 s Broadway 

Conlaii Mrs. Sarah, 223 Saratoga 

Coniey Mrs. Catherine, 23 Abbot 

Conley Edward, laborer, 214 Cross 

Coniey Mrs. Eleanora, 7 n Fremont 

Conley James, laborer, s e cor Eden and 

Aliceanna 
Conley James, tinner, 7 Parkin 
Conley James, shoemaker, 356 s Charles 
Conley James, plasterer, 216 n Eutaw 
Conley Lawrence, laborer. White house, 

Canton 
Conley Mrs. Mary, 214 Cross 
Conley Timothy, huckster, 125 Hill 
Conley Wm., grocery, s e cor Aliceanna and 

Eden 
Conlin Mary, grocery, 8 Foundry 
Conline Jacob, tailor, 224 Hamburg 
Conlon Andrew J., printer, 534 w Pratt 
Conly James, laborer, 356 s Charles 
Conn George, 24 Holland 
Conn John'W., 299 Penna. av 
Conn Mary A., grocery, 88 n Poppleton 
Conn Silas W., livery stables. Western ho- 
tel, s w cor Howard and Saratoga 
Conn Thomas P., clerk, 201 Hanover 
Conn Wm., grocer, 101 Franklin 
Conn Wm. R., oil wagon, 88 n Poppleton 
Connary Mary, 114 n High 
Connary Thomas, 114 n High 
Connell Dennis, laborer. Point la near Green- 
mount cemetery 
Connell Francis A., bookkeeper, 27 Pleasant 
Connell John, fireman, 315 n Howard 
Connell Mary, confectionery, 25 Barnet 
Connellee Edward, clerk, 42 n Calvert 
Connellee Elizabeth, hoarding, 42 n Calvert 
Connelly Mrs. Colinda, tailoress, 538 w Pratt 
Connelly Eliza, 159 Bank 
Connelly Francis, laborer, 142 Lancaster 
Connelly, F., 125 Hill 
Connelly James C, restaurant, 82 s Howard, 

dw Conway bet Eutaw and L. Paca 
Connelly John, soldier, 358 s Charles 
Connelly John C, restaurant, 162 n Calvert 
Connelly Martin, shoemaker, 4 Walker 
Connelly Michael, miller, 253 s Paca 
Connelly Patrick, (McCreary & Connelly,) 

300 e Monument 
Connelly Mrs. Rosa, 300 e Monument 
Connelly Sarah C, 136 Raborg 
Connelly Wm., police, 38 Rock 
Conner Barnet, lumber wag'r, 24 Welcome al 
Conner Bernard, 14 Block 
Conner Ellen, 19 Hillen 
Connolly John, laborer, 28 Decker 
Connolly Wm., soldier, 136 Raborg 
Conner Charles, grocery, 116 L. Greene 
Conner Dennis, laborer, 7 e Monument 
Conner Eugene, laborer, 121 s Castle 
Conner Mrs. Elizabeth, 57 Greenwillow 
Conner Mrs. Elizabeth, jewelry, 46 w Balti- 
more 
Conner James, laborer, 61 s Eden 
Conner James, laborer, 7 e Monument 
Conner James, laborer, 152 McHenry 
Conner James, teacher, 5 n Liberty 
Conner James E. clerk, 241 w Biddle 
Conner John, laborer, 190 s Regester 
Conner John, laborer, 348 Eastern av 
Conner John, grocery, 674 Saratoga- • 
Conner John T. confectioner, 35 s Paca 
Conner Joshua, confectioner, 345 Mulberry 



Conner Martin, laborer, 238 Harford av 
Conner Mrs. Mary Ann, 10 n Greene 
Conner MichaelJ. bailiff court common pleas, 

25 s Caroline 
Conner Thomas, painter, 271 e Monument 
Conner Thomas, laborer, 124 Vine 
Conner Thomas W. flour and feed, 77 Penna. 

av, dw 241 w Biddle 
Conner William, barkeeper, 101 Camden 
Conner William H. herder, 24 Mount 
Conner William W. carpenter, 558 Lexington 
Conners J. wagoner, over 6 Bank 
Conners James, laborer, 2 e Monument 
Conners Patrick, laborer, Chesnutnear Front 
Conners Patrick, laborer, 25 s Bethel 
Connolly Ann, tavern, 9 Fish Market space 
Connolly Charles, laborer, 229 William 
Connolly David, laborer, 43 Buren 
Connolly Edward, carter, 23 L. McElderry 
Connolly Edward, hat and fur dealer, dw 136 

Garden 
Connolly Edward, (Randall & Connolly,) 136 

Garden 
Connolly Mrs Hannah, 224 Lexington 
Connolly Harriet, 331 Harford av 
Connolly Harry, laborer, 3 President al 
Connolly Hugh, coachman, 34 St. Mary 
Connolly Isaac, fireman, 16 Ramsay 
Connolly James, ship joiner, 159 Bank 
Connolly James, carter, 1017 w Pratt 
Connolly James, mariner, 197 s Chester 
Connolly James, rigger, cor Smith's al and 

Frederick 
Connolly James, laborer, 20 s Front 
Connolly James, laborer, 18 s Front 
Connolly James, moulder, 190 n Exeter 
Connolly James H. (Connolly & McCarthy,) 

22 s Sharp 
Connolly Jane, 199 n Exeter 
Connolly John, drayman 52 Dewberry al 
Connolly John, laborer, 14 Armistead la 
Connolly John, laborer, 7 Wills 
Connolly John, laborer. Northern av, near 

Lanvale 
Connolly John, laborer, Aliceanna near Essex 
Connolly John, laborer, 53 King 
Connolly John, laborer, 42 Dewberry al 
Connolly John, laborer, 73 s Spring 
Connolly John, moulder, 45 Buren 
Connolly John, tailor, 64 Davis 
Connolly John B. marble dealer, n w cor Mon- 
ument and Constitution 
Connolly John F. marble dealer, 181 e Eager 
Connolly John T. paper hanger, 239 s Paca 
Connolly Mary, 183 s Chester 
Connolly Mrs. Mary, 7 Pleasant al 
Connolly Mary, milliner, 85 Howard 
Connolly Mary J. 1 Franklin 
Connolly Martin, laborer, 17 Slemmer's al 
Connolly & McCarthy, (J. H. Connolly, F. 
McCarthy,) boot and shoe store, 22 s Sharp 
Connolly Michael, tavern, n w cor Frederick 

av and Fulton 
Connolly Michael, teacher, 169 Saratoga 
Connolly Patrick, tailor, 482 n Gay 
Connolly Patrick, laborer, 22 St. Mary 
Connolly Patrick, laborer, cor Smith's al and 

Frederick 
Connolly Patrick, tanner, 54 Somerset 
Connolly Peter, laborer, 2 Bloodgood ct 
Connolly Sarah, 22 s Fremont 
Connolly Thomas, laborer, 123 Chesapeake 
Connolly Thomas, laborer, 59 York 



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Connolly Thornton, (Wilson, Duker & Co.) 

s w cor President-st and Canton av 
Connolly William, laborer, 4 Hawk 
Connolly William A. pattern maker, 177 n 

Exeter 
Connolly William, hackman, 47 s Caroline 
Connor Ann, grocery, s w cor L. Greene and 

Elbow la 
Connor Cecilia, grocery, 9 w Lombard 
Connor Dr. 29 s Broadway 
Connor John, laborer, 29 Brown 
Connor Michael, teamster, 17 Bank 
Connor Michael, laborer. 12 n Oregon 
Connors James, laborer, 92 York 
Connory Peter, laborer, 183 s Chester 
Conoway Francis, moulder, 241 Hollins 
Conoway George, laborer, 88 Dolphin 
Conoway James, machinist, 241 Hollins 
Conoway John N. moulder, 241 Hollins 
Conoway John R. 154 St. Paul 
Conoway John, mariner, 76 Durst al 
Conoway Perry, boat builder, n e cor Ham- 
burg and Covington 
Conoway Wm., mariner, 76 Durst al 
Conrad Ann, 128 Pennsylvania av 
Conrad Antoine, drayman, Bevan, bet. Cross 

and Hamburg 
Conrad Charles F., shoemaker, 236 Hanover 
Conrad Christian, confectioner, 253 Franklin 
Conrad Frederick, blacksmith, 459 n Gay 
Conrad Henry, cabinet maker, 507 n Gay 
Conrad John F., 253 Franklin 
Conrad John C. D., grocer, s e cor Canton av 

and Bethel 
Conrad John, laborer, Clinton near Elliott 
Conrad Julius, hair dresser, 3 s Frederick 
Conrad Louis T. cooper, 269 Hughes 
Conrad Louis, laborer, 134 Low 
Conrad Patience, 282 Pennsylvania av 
Conrad Philip, carter, 108 Hill 
Conrad T. Fletcher, clerk, 12 Barnet • 

Conrades August, shoemaker, 403 Saratoga 
Conradt Christian, clerk, 30 s Sharp 
Conradt Geo. F. (Walsh & Conradt) 359 w 

Fayette 
Conroy Bernard, laborer, 138 Preston 
Conroy John, carter, 466 Harford av 
Conroy John, porter, 28 n Spring 
Conroy Mary, 42 Morton al 
Conroy Patrick, laborer, s w cor Leadenhall 

and West 
Conroy Thomas, huckster, 9 Jasper 
Conry Jane, dress maker, 6 Barnet 
Conry Patrick, tanner, 178 Greenmount av 
Considine Mrs. Bridget, hucksteress, rear of 

58 n Eutaw 
Considine Catherine, hucksteress, rear of 58 

n Eutaw 
Considine Thomas, laborer, 35 Booth 
Considine Patrick, hostler, rear of 58 n Eutaw 
Consmillcr Benhock, laborer, 207 s Happy al 
Constable Major A. G. A., 40 Lexington 
Constable Catherine, 659 Lexington 
Constable Charles B., 413 n Central av 
Consolidation Coal Company, Md. Baltimore 

agency, 117 w Baltimore 
Constam Aaron, second-hand goods, 173 s 

Caroline 
Constance George, shoemaker, 145 Stirling 
Constance Harman, tailor, 473 n Gay 
Constance Joseph, tailor, 28 Anthony 
Constance Mrs. Teresa, beer saloon, 473 n 
Gay 



Constance Theodore, plumber, 186 n Caroline 
Constantine Daniel, ship carp'ter, 95 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Constantine Henry, clerk, 77 w Baltimore 
Constantine Richard, keeper Mount Royal 

Reservior, near toll gate. Falls road 
Constantine Richard, jr. miller, Mount Royal 

Hill, near reservior 
Contee Benjamin, 45 n Strieker 
Convalescent Soldiers Headq'rs, 121 Camden 
Convent of the Immaculate Conception, Sis- 
ters of Mercy, 12 s Poppleton 
Convent de Notre Dame, s e cor Eager and 

Aisquith 
Converse Emily, 243 n Eutaw 
Conway Benjamin F. clerk, 25 Fawn 
Conway James, clerk, 18 s Broadway 
Conway James, ship carpenter, 72 Johnson 
Conway James, tinner, 71 n Bethel 
Conway Jane, 56 s Exeter 
Conway Jane, grocery, 55 Lancaster 
Conway John H. & Bro. (J. H. Conway, 
Patrick Conway,) groceries and teas, n e 
cor Ensor and Chesnut 
Conway John R. & Son, (J. R. Conway, R. 
H. Conway,) wholesale grocers and com- 
mission merchants, 31 Cheapside 
Conway John R. (J. R. Conway & Son,) 154 

St. Paul 
Conway John H. (J. H. Conway & Bro.) 107 

e Fayette 
Conway John W. plumber, 3 s Greene 
Conway Mrs. Mary, confect'r, 134 Hollins 
Conway Michael, 351 e Eager 
Conway Michael, barkeeper, 347 e Eager 
Conway Owen, laborer, 123 Chesapeake 
Conway Patrick, (John H. Conway & Bro.) 

n c cor Chesnut and Ensor 
Conway Patrick, 28 Willow 
Conway Patrick, tav., 3 Centre Market space 
Conway Patrick, laborer, n e cor Ostend and 

Eutaw 
Conway Richard H. (J. R. Conway & Son,) 

93 St. Paul 
Conway Robert, carpenter, 51 e Madison 
Conway Sallie, 56 s Exeter 
Conway Capt. Wm. E. 112 s Eden 
Conyar John, soldier, 11 McHenry 
Conyers Walter, sailor, 327 s Bond 
Coogan James, laborer, 602 w Pratt 
Coogan Mrs. Margaret, groc. , 90 s Poppleton 
Coogan Patrick, laborer, 90 s Poppleton 
Coogan Patrick, laborer, 602 w Pratt 
Cooch Caroline, 7 Cathedral 
Cook Albert, brakes'n B & O.R. R., 45 Scott 
Cook Alex. G. A. shoemaker, 188 Orleans 
Cook Allen, laborer, 110 n Bethel 
Cook Anthony, florist, Mulberry opp. Oregon 
Cook Benj. F. machinist, 803 w Baltimore 
COOK BENJAMIN M. bootand shoe dealer, 

803 w Baltimore 
Cook Catharine, 23 s Washington, F. P. 
Cook Catharine, 26 Callendar 
Cook Charles, machinist, 226 Henrietta 
Cook Charles, tobacconist, 169 Mulberry 
Cook Charles 0., U. S. N., 126 n Exeter 
Cook Christian, grocery, 266 s Howard 
Cook Charles Wm., shoemaker, 125 Vine 
Cook Columbus, real estate agent, 51 n Carey 
Cook Daniel, cedar cooper, 124 Eislein 
Cook David W. 183 Ensor 
Cook David, clerk, 368 e Monument 
Cook Emma R. C. teacher, 162 e Monument 



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Cook Ephraim, clerk, 116 Franklin 

Cook Elizabeth, grocery 221 Aliceanna 

Cook Emily J. 162 e Monument 

Cook Frederick, butcher 244 Montgomery 

Cook Frederick, butcher, 235 Chesnut al 

Cook Frederick, jr., butcher, 68 Centre, 45 

Lexington, and 21 Hanover markets, dw 

244 Montgomery 
Cook Frederick, piano maker, 454 w Pratt 
Cook Francis, soldier, 11 Preston 
Cook George, wheelwright and blacksmith, 

cor Scott and Columbia, dw Scott 
Cook George, cabinet maker, 22 New Church 
Cook George, cigar packer, 74 n Exeter 
Cook George L. carpenter, 344 Mulberry 
Cook Mrs. Elizabeth, 353 Cross 
Cook Gilbert C, U. S. N., 126 n Exeter 
Cook G. Lewis, porter, 69 n Pine 
Cook Henry, tailor, 433 Aliceanna 
Cook Henry F. clerk, 76 w Baltimore 
COOK H, W. & CO., (H. W. Cook, J. M. 

Cook) wholesale grocers and commission 

merchants, 15 Commerce 
Cook Henry, tailor, 182 e Lombard 
COOK & HERRING, (Rob't' Cook, Geo. 

W. Herring) china, glass and queensware, 

7 s Charles 
Cook Mrs. Henrietta, vest maker, 4 n Pop- 

pleton 
COOK HENRY, butcher, Calverton road, 

near cattle scales 
Cook Henry W., (H. W. Cook & Co.) 16 

Hollins 
Cook Henry, cutler, 103 n Calvert 
COOK ISAAC P., bookseller and stationer, 

76 w Baltimore 
Cook Isaac P., Register of Wills, Record 

office, dw 76 w Baltimore 
Cook James A. farmer, 236 William 
Cook James E., brakesman B. & O. R. R., 

166 s Fremont 
Cook James H., 126 n Exeter 
Cook Letvis, agricultural implement maker, 

83 Hamburg 
Cook Jas. H. (Cook & Spedden) 42 Warren 
Cook John, laborer, 424 Canton av 
Cook John, laborer, 6 n Wolfe 
Cook John, shoemaker, 18 s Chapel 
Cook John, laborer, 186 s Bethel 
Cook John H. (Cook & Farson) Gough near 

Eden 
Cook John, blockmaker, 23 Gough 
Cook John F. machinist, 10 n Schroeder 
Cook John F., substitute ag't, 235 e Madison 
Cook John, p^per carrier, 374 e Monument 
Cook Henry, fisherman, 460 Light 
Cook John J., police, 456 Sararoga 
Cook & Farson; (J. H. Cook, J. Farson) 

block and pump makers, 17 Philpot 
Cook John H., engineer, 87 Mount, near Ca- 
thedral 
Cook John H., undertaker, 707 w Baltimore 
Cook Joseph, bookkeeper, Howard House 
Cook Joseph B., cabinet maker, 707 w Bal- 
timore 
Cook James, sr. peddler, 5 L. Constitution 
Cook James, jr. mariner, 5 L. Constitution 
Cook Joel M." police, 216 Columbia 
Cook Joseph F. bookkeeper, Howard house 
Cook Joseph, shoemaker, 36 Clifford al 
Cook Joseph M. (H. W. Cook & Co.) 16 

Hollins 
Cook Mrs. Julia, 285 n Howard 



Cook Lewis J. fan maker, 83 Hamburg 

Cook Mrs. Lucy, 227 Lexington 

Cook Mrs. Margaret, music teacher, 483 e 

Baltimore 
Cook Mrs. Margaret, grocery, 74 n Exeter 
Cook Mrs. Margaret, 66 n Front 
Cook Mrs. Margaret, 1 n Washington, P. P. 
Cook Margaret, tailoress, 1 n Washington, 

F. P. 
Cook Martin, huckster, 460 w Lombard 
Cook Mary, 144 n Eden 
Cook Michael, laborer, 3 Potomac 
Cook Dr. O. A. 122 s Charles 
Cook Porter, contractor Md. Penitentiary, 

52 n Front 
Cook Robert A. clerk register of wills office, 

61 Chew 
Cook Rob. (Cook & Herring,) 60 McCuUoh 
Cook Robert McK. pilot, 137 s High 
Cook Samuel C. shoemaker, 399 s Charles 
Cook Silas, mariner, 108 York 
COOK &. SPEDDEN, (J. W. Cook, W. 

H. Spedden,) grocers and com. merchants, 

165 Light-st wharf 
Cook Stephen D. mariner, 3 Gough 
Cook Sylvester, grocery, 177 e Eager 
Cook Theophilus, engineer U. S. N. 97 s 

Broadway 
Cook Thomas R. 236 William 
Cook Thomas J. carpenter, 3 s Republican 
Cook Thomas, carpenter, 5 L. Constitution 
Cook Valentine, laborer, 7 s Front 
Cook Wm. W. L. student, 16 Hollins 
Cook Wm. grocer, s e cor Pratt and Caroline 
Cook Wm. George, police, 100 Fremorit 
Cook Wm. clerk Adam's Express, 31 Pearl 
Cook Wm. potter, 339 w Pratt 
Cook Wm. shoemaker, 160 Raborg 
Cook Wm. B. printer, 3 w Biddle 
Cook Wm. laborer, 529 Canton av 
Oook Wm. S. coachsmith, 68 n Gay 
Cook Wm H. carpenter, 3 s Republican 
Cook Wm. hostler, 250 Franklin 
Cook Wm. 222 s Charles 
Cook Wm. H. soldier, 5 L. Constitution 
Cook Wm. laborer, 3 Second 
Cook Wm. V. conduct. C. P. R. R. 15 Stirling 
Cooke Andrew J. clerk, 194 Mulberry 
Cooke Charles W. 20 Cathedral 
Cooke Eber. F. n Charles near city limits 
Cooke George, 52 Franklin 
Cooke & Green, (W. E. Cooke, R. Green,) 

cabinet photographs and albums, 278 W 

Baltimore 
Cooke Mrs. Helen, 52 Franklin — 

COOK HENRY W., Real Estate 
Broker, 9 Law Buildings, oppo- 
site Record Office, St. Paul, dw 
260 Lexington. 

COOKE JOHN, cotton wadding and lap man- 
ufactory, 148 Garden, dw 151 

Cooke Mary B 40 Lexington 

Cooke Dr. Theodore, n w cor Hanover and 
Lee, dw 122 s Charles 

Cooke W. E. (Cooke & Green,) Balto. co. 

Cooke W. F. (W. F. Cooke & Co.) 53 w 
Biddle 

COOKE WM. F. & CO. (Wm. F. Cooke, 
David Graham,) grocery and produce deal- 
ers, 16 Pennsylvania av 



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Cooke Wm. boiler maker, 7 Williamson al 

Cooke Wm. [. clerk, 31 Pearl 

Cooksey John, ship carpenter, 310 Aliceanna 

Cooksey Mary G. 284 e Baltimore 

Cooksey Sarah, 53 St. Paul 

Cooksey Thomas H. machinist, 141 s Chester 

Cool Gotleib, machinist, 90 n .Schroeder 

Coolakaii Joim T. shoemaker, 83 n Pine 

Coolakan Muiachy, shoemaker, 83 n Pine 

Coombs John W. painter, 238 e Lombard 

Coombes R. J. printer. Gazette office 

Coon George, laborer, 175 s Durham 

Coon Louis C. tobacconist, 377 w Pratt, dw 

369 w Lombard 
Coon jMary, 229 s Dallas 
Coon Samuel, laborer, 174 s Regester 
Coonan Daniel, clothier, 70 Centre Market sp. 

and 119 w Baltimore, dw 70 Centre Market 

space 
Coonan Elizabeth, 68 Lancaster 
Coonan Dr. John N. 70 Centre Market space 
Coonan John, huckster, 106 n High 
Coonan Joseph E, clerk, 70 Centre Market sp 
Coonan Michael L clothier, 119 w Baltimore, 

dw 81 n Greene 
Cooiiey Catharine, 71 Buren 
Cooney George, 220 Eastern av 
Cooney James, laborer, 132 Harford av 
Cooney Janus, cooper, 138 Gough 
Cooney Lawrence, grocery, 13 n Poppleton 
Coon(!y Michael, barkeeper, 122 n Gay 
Cooni;y Thomas, printer, Columbia between 

Scott and Poppleton 
Cooney Wm. J. printer, 13 n Poppleton 
Coons Joseph, sailor, 100 s Chapel 
Coop Michael, boots and shoes, 190 East'n av 
Cooper Benjamin, carpenter, s e cor German 

and Pen 11 
COOPER EDWARD K. shipping and guano 

merchant, over s w cor South and Water, 

du' 10 s Broadway 
Cooper Mrs. E. boarding, 81 Camden 
Cooper Mrs. E. J. 10 s Broadway 
Cooper Mrs. Elizabeth, s w cor Eager and 

McKim 
Cooper Mrs. Frederick, milliner, 261 n Eden 
Cooper Granville, bookbinder, 37 Chew 
Cooper Geo. W. engineer, 793 w Baltimore 
Cooper George W. ship joiner, 106 s Castle al 
Cooper Sarah M. seamstress, 81 McElderry 
Cooper Gi'orge, restaurant, 105 e Pratt 
Cooper Hugh A. (Cooper & Slicer,) 161 s 

Broadway 
Cooper Hugh W. clerk. 182 Saratoga 
Cooper James, shoemaker, 146 German 
Cooper James F. asst. superintendent House 

of Refuge 
Cooper Jajiies, ship carpenter, 123 Gough 
Cooper Jane, seamstress, 145 Gough 
Cooper John, weaver, 3 Second 
Cooper Joiin, coachsmith, 298 Johnson 
Cooper John, huckster, 153 s Regester 
Cooper John, tavern, s w cor Fish Market 

space and Concord 
Cooper John H. pilot, 268 e Pratt 
Cooper John W. ship joiner, 71 Gough 
Cooper John W. printer, 329 n Gay 
Cooper Laura, 1st toll gate Falls road 
Cooprr Mrs. Margaret, 343 Canton av 
Cooper Martha, 1st toll gate Falls road 
Cooper Mary A. 106 s Exeter 
Coo|>ir Mary, seamstress, 56 Jefferson 
Cooji r N. W. clerk, 28 Hanover 



Cooper Philip H. pilot, 268 e Pratt 
Cooper Miss Priscilla, 30 Pearl 
Cooper Rich'd, paper hanger, 485 w Lombard 
Cooper Robert E. laborer, 299 s Paca 
Cooper Samuel H. farmer, 218 Madison av 
Cooper Sam'l, Beech Hill, Saratoga extended 
Cooper Sarah M. 14 Saratoga 
COOPER & SLICER, (H. A Cooper, H.W. 
Slicer, B. S. Wellener,) marine railway and 
ship builders, s w cor Philpot and Wills 
Cooper Thomas, collector, 106 s Exeter 
Cooper Thomas, carpenter, N. C. R. near 

Rt-servoir 
Cooper Thomas, 1st toll gate. Falls road 
Cooper Wm. H. varnisher, 142 Raborg 
Coots George A. huckster, 44 Diamond 
Copper Cyrus, car driver, 301 Canton av 
Copper James H. ladies shoemaker, 57 Ensor 
Copper John, sr. gunsmith, 178 McHenry 
Copi^er John, jr. tinner, 178 McHenry 
CoppiiigerJohn D. clerk N.C. R. 48 n Front 
Coram Jo.seph, shoemaker, 505 w Lombard 
Coram Wm. H. shoemaker, 505 w Lombard 
Corbell Peter, 41 s High 
Corbell Wm. broker, 37 s Exeter 
Corbett l'",niaiiuel, umbrellas and India rubber, 

93 w Baltimore 
CORBETT ISAAC, umbrellas and India rub- 

Ijer, 93 w Baltimore, dw Ballmiore county 
Corcoran Alice, 16 Constitution 
Corcoran Daniel, laborer, 12 n Oregon 
Corcoran John, boiler maker, 89 McElderry 
Corcoran Martin, laborer, 1 President al 
Corcoran Michael, blacksmith, Goodman al, 

near Cross, dw 382 Hanover 
Corcoran Patrick, grocery, 6^ Lancaster 
Corcoran Stephen, grocery and liquors, 95 

McElderry's wharf 
Corcoran Thomas, grocer, 89 McElderry 
Corderay Henry, piano maker, 66 n Pine 
Cordery James C. cabinet maker, Johnson, 

Wi nan's row 
Cordery John, cabinet maker. Winan's row 
Cordery Mrs. Sarah, 97 Gough 
Cordery Wm. H. 64 w Fayette 
Cordery Wm. laborer, 300 Aliceanna 
Cordray Wm. clerk, 137 Lexington 
Core John, clerk, 264 Mulberry 
Corey Benjamin J. saddler, 70 George 
Corey Eliza, 70 George 
Corey Elizabeth, 70 George 
Corey Isaac, 145 Pennsylvania av 
Corey Mrs. Rebecca, 151 e Madison 
Coriell Isaac, contractor, 631 w Lombard 
Corney Margaret E. dressmaker, 145 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Cork Alonzo, painter, 97 Hamburg 
Corkran Benjamin W. paying teller Farmers 

and Merchants Bank, 78 Lee 
Corkran Francis S. naval officer, dw Luther- 

ville, Baltimore county 
Corkran Wm. clerk to naval officer, 172 Han- 
over 
Corkran Wm. B. W. clerk, 172 Hanover 
Corletto Eliza, boarding house, 196 s Ann 
Gorman Joseph, shoemaker, 298 s Sharp 
Cornal Richard, soldier, 26 Towson 
Cornan S. A. shoemaker, 49 n Poppleton 
Cornbeihier Xavier, piano maker, 63 Portland 
Cornelius John, 95 Greenmount av 
Cornelius Nicholas, grocer and commission 

merchant, 165 Forrest, dw 163 
Cornelius Nicholas,huckster, 64 Greenm'ntav 



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Cornelius Richard, bookkeeper of Farmers 

and Planters Bank, dw 315 w Fayette 
Cornelius Rev. Samuel, 315 w Fayette 
CORNELL & CO. (M. J. Cornell, T. W. 

Hotchkiss,) produce com. merchants, 70 

South 
Cornell George, 96 e Madison 
Cornell Mark, (Cornell «&, Co.) 255 w Lom- 
bard 
Cornell Michael, carpenter, 13 Morris al, dw 

242 w Madison 
Corner B. Mezick, (James Corner & Sons,) 

50 Franklin 
Corner Geo. W. (James Corner & Sons,) 20 

n Broadway 
CORNER HENRY C. miller and flour mer- 
chant, 11 Spear's whf. dw 122 St. Paul 
Corner James J. clerk, 122 St. Paul 
Corner James & Sons, (Thos. G. W. Corner, 

B. M. Corner,) shipping and commission 

merchants, Corner's wharf, foot of Freder- 

ick-st dock 
Corner Maria, 217 e Pratt 
Corner Sol. 11 Spear's wharf, dw 122 St. Paul 
Corner Thomas, painter, 271 e Monument 
Corner Thomas jr. clerk, s e cor Monument 

and Park 
Corner Thomas, (James Corner & Sons,) s e 

cor Monument and Park 
Corner William H. 89 n Paca 
COR-NER WM. H. flour and commission 

merchant, 54 South, dw 89 n Paca 
Corns John, fisherman, 212 s Caroline 
Corns Jacob F. feed, 8 Frederick av, dw 951 

w Baltimore 
Corns John, puddler, 340 Eastern av 
Corns Wm. drayman, 56 Orleans 
Cornthwait Oliver, miller, 170 e Lombard 
Cornthwait Robert, police, 160 Scott 
Cornthwait Wm, P. bookkeeper 47 n Gay 
Cornwell Lucius J. clerk, 32 Hanover 
Corprew Mose, boiler maker, 205 Columbia 
Corprew Thos. boiler maker, 214 Eastern av 
Correa Wm. bar tender, 360 e Monument 
Correar Matthew O. engineer, 108 n Caroline 
Correll Abraham, clerk, 566 w Baltimore 
Correll Mrs, Annie, millinery, 566w Baltimore 
Correll Charles E. clerk in custom house, 566 

w Baltimore 
Correll Robert L. clerk B. & 0. R. R. Co., 

566 w Baltimore 
Correll S. D. clerk B. & 0. R. R. Co., 566 w 

Baltimore 
Corrie Dr. Jas. (Gill & Corrie,) 237 Saratoga 
Corrigan John, laborer, 2 Fort av 
Corrigan Daniel, shoemaker, 107 Harford av 
Corrigan Edward, grocer, cor Bethel and Mul- 

likin 
Corrigan Michael, huckster, 142 Mullikin 
Corrigan Patrick, chandler, 159 s Eden 
Corson A. Eliza, M. D. 110 e Fayette 
Corson Henry, mariner, 265 s Wolfe 

CORTLAN & CO., (J. Cortlan, Jr., 
S. Child, Jr.) Importers of House- 
keeping Goods, Table Cutlery, 
Fancy Hardware, &c., 216 and 
218 w Baltimore. 



Cortlan James, jr. (Cortlan & Co.) president 
People's Gas Co., 153 St. Paul 



Cortney George, blacksmith, 279 e Monument 
Cortrel! Margaret, nurse, 89 Garden 
Corts Charles, engineer, 124 n Poppleton 
Corts Edward, machinist, 124 n Poppleton 
Corts James, laborer, 124 n Poppleton 
Corum James C. (Wilhelm & Corum,) 389 

w Fayette 
Corwine Elizabeth, seamstress, 19 Green- 
mount av 
Cosar Nicholas, scourer, 32 Hanover 
Cosgrove John P. clerk, 370 s Charles 
Cosgrove John, machinist, 234 Lemmon 
Cosgrove J. Henry, grocer, 82 Richmond 
Cosgrove Mrs. Margaret, 370 s Charles 
Cosgrove Michael, laborer, 279 Aliceanna 
Cosgrove Patrick, laborer, 11 Pleasant al 
Cosgrove Patrick, huckster, 193 HoUins 
Cosgrove Sarah A. 82 Richmond 
Coskery Dr. Felix S. 188 n Calvert 
Coskery Rev. Henry B, 106 n Charles 
Coskery Henry J. apothecary, s e cor St. 

Paul and Fayette, dw 188 n Calvert 
Coskery James, drayman, 159 East 
Coskery Peter, laborer, 133 s Chapel 
Coss Charles, shoemaker, 64 Granby 
Costello Mrs. Ann W. 69 n Calvert 
Costello Edmund, laborer, Leffermans'al 
Costello John, stone mason, 181 Orleans 
Costello John F. plumber, 124 s Regester 
Costello Michael, laborer, 40 Boyd 
Costello Patrick, laborer, 10 Rose 
Costello Patrick, watchman, 75 e Monument 
Costello Thomas, 23 Mosher 
Coster James H. tinner, 8 East 
Coster John H. harness maker, 175 w Pratt 
Coster Joseph, clerk, 27 Hill 
Coster Marion, rear of 92 n Caroline 
Coster Thomas H. currier, 32 Hilien 

Costigan , over 6 Bank 

Costigan Wm. 297 e Pratt 
Costillo Morris, laborer, 47 Booth 
COSTOLAY PATRICK J. cedar ware and 
broom manufacturer, 120 Franklin, dw 182 
w Biddle 
Cottar John, marble polisher, 37 Front 
Cotter Honora, 37 Front 



COTTER J. & CO. (John Cotter, J. 
Nunan, J. Wall,) wholesale deal- 
ers in Foreign and Domestic Li- 
quors, 8 w Pratt. 

Cotter John, (J. Cotter & Co.) 15 n Caroline 

Cotter Jane, 182 n Exeter 

Cotter Nicholas, carpenter, 66 Decker 

Cotter Wm. huckster, 39 China 

Cottinger Misses, (Cornelia Cottinger, Ann 

Cottinger,) school, 168 n Howard 
Cottingham George, salesman, 90 s Sharp 
Cottingham Samuel, farmer, 290 Lexington 
Cottingham Thomas, blacksmith, 38 Grant, 

dw 226 Montgomery 
Cottman Elizabeth M. 630 w Lombard 
Cottrell Daniel G. fireman, 271 Light 
Coitrell James W. painter, 298 n Eiitaw 
Couchman George, carpenter, 547 c Fayette 
Coughlan Cornelius, laborer, 81 Stirling 
Coughlan James, tailor, 15 Short 
Coughlan Patrick, wagoner, 176 s Central av 
COUGHLAN WM. bottler, 169 and 171 s 

Central av, dw 64 s Exeter 
Coughlin John T. coach painter, 2 Rock 



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Cou^hlin Mrs. Mary, 2 Rock 

Cougle Thomas W. clerk P. W. & B. R. R., 

Baltimore county 
Cougley John, laborer, 103 Peach al 
COULBOURN STEPHEN D. commission 

merchant, 79 South, d\v 661 w Fayette 
Coulison Jas. R. lamplighter, 210 Broadway 
Coulson Andrew J. painter, 220 s Wolfe 
Coulson James, glue factory, Patterson lane 

bet. York and Harford avs 
Coul.son John B. soldier, 570 Lexington 
Coulson Mary C, 220 s Wolfe 
Coulson Robert, clerk, 570 Lexington 
Coulson Mrs. Sarah, seamstress, 157 Hughes 
Coulson Seward, painter, 570 Lexington 
Coulson Thomas H. bookkeeper, 82 e Pratt 
Coulson Wm. 570 Lexington 
Coulter Alexander, teller Merchants Bank, 

64 wBiddle 
Coulter Alexander, bricklayer, 68 Ensor 
Coulter Mrs. Ann, 98 n High 
Coulter Andrew J. laborer, 89 Mount* 
Coulter Archibald B, clerk, 34 Franklin 
Coulter & Co. (Henry Coulter, John C. 
Coulter) provision dealers, 53 and 55 Light, 
and 2 and 4 Ellicoit 
Coulter Esther, 164 w Biddle 
Coulter Evan P. clothier, 113 n Eutaw 
Coulter George T. broker, 58 Exchange place, 

dw 64 w Biddle 
Coulter Henry, (Coulter & Co) 570 w Fayette 
Coulter James J. pilot, 91 s Chester 
Coulter John C. (Ayres & Coulter,) 570 w 

Fayette 
Coulter John P. collector, 178 Preston 
Coulter John, soldier, 36 Leadenhall 
Coulter John H. coppersmith, 117 Stirling 
Coulter Leonidas, 220 n Eden 
Coulter Mifflin, discount clerk Bank of Balti- 
more, 9 Cathedral 
Coulter Samuel, tailor, 113 n Eutaw 
Coulter Samuel, laborer, 40 Druid Hill av 
Coulter Thomas W. shoemaker, 68 Ensor 
Coulter Wm. carter, 404 West 
Councell Ruth T. tailoress,88 Aisquith 
Counselman George F. gunsmith, 604 w Pratt 
COUNSELMAN'^cfe HAY, (Lawrence W. 
Counselman, John C. Hay,) oyster and 
fruit packers, 3 s Calhoun 
Counselman Lawrence W., (Counselman & 

Hay) Baltimore county 
Counselman Robert A. clerk, 75 Pearl 
COUPLAND Rl CHARD, hatter, 60 s Charles 

dw Caroline bet. Gay and Chew 
Courleander B. music teacher, 302 w Lombard 
Court House, Baltimore city, cor Calvert and 

Lexington 
Court of Common Pleas, Court House, 2nd 
floor, John C. King, judge, Jas. D. Lowry, 
chief clerk, office basement Record office 
Courtenay David, clerk Engineer department, 

303 Franklin 
Courtney E. S. (Courtney «fe Son,) 215 Madi- 
son av 
Courtney Edward, laborer, 69 n Front 
Courtney Edmond, boiler maker, 28 s Front 
Courtney George,, blacksmith, 275 e Monu- 
ment 
Courtney Henry, laborer, 224 Washington, 

F. H. 
Courtney James T. clerk, 32 Barre 
Courtney James A. (Courtney & Son) 215 
Madison av 



Courtney Jas. boiler maker, 22 Spring row 
Courtney Mrs. Jane, seamstress, 224 Wash- 
ington, F. H. 
Courtney Mrs. Mary, 32 Barre 
Courtney Patrick, 169 n Caroline 
Courtney Richard E. clerk, 32 Barre 
Courtney Stephen, gold pen maker, over s e 

cor Second and South, dw 7 Plowman 
Courtney, Wm. drayman, 2 Thomsen 
Courtney Wm. T. plasterer, 175 Vine 
Courtney Wm. T. veal butcher, 33 Centre 

market, dw 187 Greenmount av 
Courtney Wm. P. clerk, 32 Barre 
Courtney & Son, (E. S. Courtney, J. A. 
Courtney) tobacco commission merchants, 
65 s Gay 
Courts Edward A. butcher, 135 Penna ay 
Courts Edward, machinist, 124 n foppleton 
Courts George W. butcher, 286 Penna av 
Courts James, butcher, 124 n Poppleton 
Courtouis Theodore A. clerk, 271 Park 
Courtois Mrs. Sophia, 157 Park 
Cousins John, oak cooper, 49 Commerce, dw 

n w cor Baltimore and Washington 
Cousins Mary, 9 Spring ct 
Cousins Philip, U S. N., 69 York 
Cousins Wm. tobacconist, 103 Hanover 
Cousins Wm. J. clerk, n w cor Baltimore and 

Washington 
Cousins Wm. J. (Dungan & Cousins,) n w 

cor Baltimore and W^fhington 
Covcll Edward, engineer, 442 w Lombard 
Covell Mrs. Mary, boarding house, 442 w 

Lombard 
Cover Benjamin, butcher, 201 Orleans 
Covington Henry, carpenter, 169 Aisquith 
Covington James, clerk, 42 s Sharp 
Cowan David, clerk city jail, 284 n Howard 
Cowan Edward, hackman, 445 w Fayette 
Cowan Thomas, hacks, 24 s Poppleton 
COWAN WM. H. attorney, 51 w Fayette, 

dw 18 Aisquith 
Coward Margaret, 195 n Howard 
COWARD THOMAS R. grocer and com- 
mission merchantfll4 Light-st wharf 
Cowcll C. M. clerk, 146 n Howard 
Cowen Abraham, scourer, 111^ Lexington, 

dw Mansion House 
Cowen Benj. S. glass cutter, 72 Henrietta 
Cowen Caralier, glass blower, 72 Henrietta 
Cowen John, plasterer, 493 Saratoga 
Cowen Margaret, 90 Greenmount av 
Cowen Wm. (Wm. O^wen & Co.) 19 Lex- 
ington 
Cowen Wm. A. glass blower, 72 Henrietta 
Cowen Wm. A. soldier, 72 Henrietta 
Cowen Wm. & Co. (Wm. Cowen, Harry 
Moldz,) photograp's over 85 w Baltimore 
Cowic Mary, mirse, 90 Greenmount av 
CowIps Henry;M. bookkeeper, 49 e Baltimore 
Gowles Mrs. H. M. milliner, ^49 e Baltimore 
Cowley James, laborer, 152 s Chester 
Cowman & Co. (M. Cowman, Wm. T. Cow- 
man, E. Cowman,) hosiery and trimmings, 
71 Lexington 
COWMAN CHARLES H. (successor to H. 
Snowden & Co.) dental depot, 3 n Liberty, 
dw 126 Bolton.— [Seep. 13 Advertisements.] 
Cowman Emily, (Cowman & Co.) 53 n 

Liberty 
Cowman John H. clerk, 12 Barnet 
Cowman Joseph H. clerk, 359 w Lombard 
Cowman Joseph, clerk, 115 Mulberry 



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Cowman Martha, (Cowman & Co.) 53 n 

Liberty 
Cowman Mary Ann, 110 n Eutaw 
Cowman Nicholas, boiler maker, 46 Barre 
Cowman Richard, 292 e Madison 
Cowman Samuel S. jr., clerk at P. 0., 182 

Park 
Cowman Samuel sr., 53 n Liberty 
Cowman Wm. T. (Cowman & Co.) 53 n 

Liberty 
Cowpland Capt. Wm. S. (Edward J. Codd 

& Co.) 92 s Bond 
Cox Amos A. stonemason, 17 Chatsworth 
Cox Ann, 70 Jefferson 
COX BROTHERS & CO. (J. H. Cox, Jr., 

W. P. Cox, S. E. Cox, R. W. Cox,) 

bankers and brokers, n e cor Baltimore and 

North 
Cox& Brown, (L.J. Cox, jr., J. A.Merritt,) 

commission merchants, 10 Bowly's wharf 
Cox & Co. (J. Cox, G. Harman,) hatters, 

190 w Baltimore 
Cox C. C. Lt. Gov. State of Maryland, 23 

McCulIoh 
Cox Esau L. police, 336 e Pratt 
COX DR. E. GOVER & CO. apothecary, n 

w cor Pine and Baltimore, dw Dr. E. G. C. 

92 n Paca 
COX ELISHA, coach and livery stables, n e 

cor Bank and Bethel, dw 88 Bank 
Cox Elizabeth, 5 Jefferson 
Cox George A. groc^, 103 Hanover 
Cox Henry N. clerk, 36 w Biddle 
Cox Henry, 36 w Biddle 
COX ISAAC, 606 w Baltimore 
Cox Isaac, bricklayer, 42 e Eager 
Cox Jacob, cabinet maker, 218 s Caroline 
Cox James H. sr., broker, 49 n Greene 
Cox James, laborer, 77 s Carey 
Cox James L. cigar maker, 164 Ensor 
Cox James H. jr., (Cox Bros. & Co.) 18 n 

Greene 
Cox Jennings S. clerk, Jefferson avenue near 

Northern av 
Cox John, yeast maker,4jlO Mullikin 
Cox John, printer, 312 n Eutaw 
COX JOHN R. & POPE, (J. R. Cox, D. F. 

Pope,) produce and commissiop merchants, 

s w cor Fayette and Howard. — [See p. 58 

Mvertisements.] 
Cox John R. (J. R. Cox & Pope) 92 n Paca 
Cox John T. carpenter, 49 e Baltimore 
Cox Joseph, (Freelan4& Hall) 226 n Charles 
Cox Luther J. jr. (Cox & Brown,) 27 Rollins 
Cox Mrs. Louisa B., boarding, 103 Hanover 
Cox Mrs. Margaret, Indian vegetable medi- 
cine, 158 e Baltimore 
Cox Melchor, stone mason, 599 w Lombard 
Cox Michael, laborer, 8 Centre 
Cox Mrs. Rachel, 28 Hanover 
Cox Richard W. (Cox Bros. & Co.) 58 n 

Greene 
Cox S. Edwin, (Cox Bros. & Co.) 58 n 

Greene 
Cox Thomas, confectioner, 249 s Charles 
Cox Thomas F. hackman, 30 Harford av 
Cox Wm. G. clerk, 92 n Paca 
Cox Wm. H. 226 n Charles 
COX WM. H. merchant tailor, 606 w Balti- 
more 
Cox Wm. A. clerk, 103 Hanover 
Cox Wm. F. bookkeeper, 9 s Caroline 
Coxon Francis, potter, 165 Eastern av 



Cox Wm. Perry, (Cox Bros. & Co.) 58 n 

Greene 
Coy Dr. Byron F. dentist, 141 Washington 

place 
Coy James, laborer, 131 Elliott 
Coy John H. machinist, 4 L Williamson 
Coyle Bernard F. butcher, 240 Penna av 
Coyle Hugh J. clerk, s w cor Baltimore and 

Poppleton 
Coyle John, ship carpenter, 65 Hamburg 
Coyle John, carv. and gild. 657 w Baltimore 
Coyle John, (Coyle, Mooney & Brady) s w 

cor Poppleton and Baltimore 
Coyle Mary A. milliner, 240 Penna av 

COYLE, MOONEY & BEADY, 
(John Coyle, L. Mooney, J. Brady) 
Looking-glass and Picture-frame 
manufacterers, 89 N. Eutaw, sec- 
ond door from Mulberry. 

Coyle Patrick H. currier, n w cor Park and 

Saratoga 
Coyle Thomas J. carpenter, s w cor Bath and 

Front 
Coyle Terrance W. dentist, 651 w Baltimore 
Coyle Wm. F. A. bookkeeper, 26 n Strieker 
Coyle Wm. H. machinist, 65 Hamburg 
Coyne Jeremiah, carpenter, 26 n Poppleton 
Coyne John, laboi-er, 449 Canton av 
Coyne John, laborer, 79 s Poppleton 
Coyne John, laborer, 221 Bank 
Coyne Patrick, laborer, ]82McHenry 
Coyne Peter, laborer, 77 s Poppleton 
Coyne Timothy, laborer, 196 Chesapeake 
Coyne Thomas, mariner, 49 York 
Cozine James, 64 Harford av 
Cozine Wm. gilder, 64 Harford av 
Crabbe John E. R. (Dean, Crabbe & Co.) 

Carey bet. Lexington and Saratoga 
CRABBS FREDERICK, oyster packer, 163 

German 
Craf George, wheelwright, 145 n Central av 
Craft Mrs. Charles H. 87 s High 
Craft Daniel Parker, hatter, 396 n Gay 
Craft Geo. B. 38 s Eutaw 
Craft George, engineer, 81 Harmony la 

Ci-aft , blacksmith, 17 Plum al 

Craft Jacob, commission merchant, 23 Cheap- 
side, dw 16 s Gay 
Craft John grew, (Craft & Rosello,) n e cor 

Calhoun and Hollins 
Craft .Margaret, dressmaker, 11 Chatsworth 
Craft & Rosello, (J. C. Craft, A. Rosello,) 

upholsterers, 264 w Baltimore 
Craft Wm. G. & Co., (Wm. G. Craft, Wm. 

P. Cole,) hat manuf., Bethel ct opp. Bethel 

colored church, Saratoga 
Craft Wm. G. (W. G. Craft & Co.,) 24 n 

Liberty 
Crager John H. laborer, 267 Aisquith 
Cragg John, cotton spinner, 352 Ost>'nd 
Cragg Joseph, steamboat inspect., Cliase near 

Caroline 
Craggs John D. 62 s Washington, F. P. 
CraggsWm. cracker bakei*, 196 Mullikin 
Crahn Martin, 200 West Falls av. 
Craig Alex, mariner, 47 w Lombard 
Craig Catharine, 192 East 
Craig Daniel, hatter, 350 e Monument 
Craig David, drover, 811 w Baltimore 



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CRAIG MRS. ELLEN, grocery, cor Falls 

road and Northern av 
Craig Horatio E. grocer, 159 Druid Hill av 
Craig James, finisher, 568 w Lombard 
Craig J. Morel!, clerk, 80 s Paca 
Craig John, huckster, 350 e Monument 
Craig John, type caster, 350 e Monument 
Craig Josiah, huckster, 175 G Hughes 
Craig Wm. clerk, 98 Barre 
Craig Wm. carpenter, 139 n Fremont 
Craiger Bernard, tailor, 23 East 
Craiger Mrs. Mary, laundress, 28 Frederick av 
Craiger James, clerk, s \v cor Pratt and 

Gough 
Craiy Elizabeth, 44 Pearl 
Cralle Frances J. dressmaker, 16 s Central av 
Cramblitt Alex. A. engineer, 42 Aliceanna 
Cramblitt Geo. W. wood huckster, 297 Sara- 
toga 
Cramblitt George H. soldier, 114 Vine 
CrambJitt John, carpenter, 107 n Fremont 
Cramblitt John, bricklayer, 157 Chesapeake 
Cramblitt Thomas A. nightman, 297 Saratoga 
Cramblitt Wm. P. blacksmith, 137 Vine 
Cramer Francis, carpenter, 219 Canton av 
Cramer J. N. clerk, 236 w Lombard 
Cramer Margaretta R. 135 Lexington 
Cramer Michael, laborer, 258 e Lombard 
Cramer Mrs. Julia, 270 Saratoga 
Cramer Lenah, 83 s Bethel 
Crampton Michael, ship carpenter, 42 Cross 
Cran Balthazer, fresco painter, 50 n Eutaw 
Crandell Robert, clerk, 66 Lee 
Crandell Stephen, clerk, 84 Hanover 
Crandle Thomas, carpenter, 423 e Fayette 
Crane A. Fuller, (Wm. Crane & Son,) 235 n 

Eutaw 
Crane A. Fuller, jr. clerk, 235 n Eutaw 
CRANE BENJAMIN & CO. (Charles 
Crane,) wholesale dealers in silk and straw 
goods, 249 w Baltimore 
Crane Charles, (Benj. Crane & Co.) 228 n 

Charles 
Crane Mrs. B., Falls road near Northern av 
Crane Rev. E. F. 279 e Baltimore 
Crane Jas C. (Baer& Crane,) 180 w Lombard 
Crane John D. (W. Crane & Son,) 180 w 

Lombard 
Crane John, clerk, 50 n Greene 
Crane Lieut. Col. Joseph G., commis'y sub- 
sistence, headquarters, dw 226 n Eutaw 
Crane Martin, laborer, 15 Elizabeth la 
Crane Judge P. W., attorney, office 6 n Cal- 
vert, dw Barnum's Hotel 
Crane Patrick, blacksmith, 46 n Exeter 
Crane Thomas, huckster, 9 Poultney 
Crane W. W., law student, 180 w Lombard 
CRANE WILLIAM & SON, (W. Crane, 
A. F. Crane, J. D. Crane,) hide and leather 
dealers, s e corner Cheapside and Water 
Crane William, (William Crane & Son,) 180 

w Lombard 
Crangle Bartus, 14 Orleans 
Crangle Charles, carpenter, 81 s Greene 
Crangle James E., wagon master U. S. A., 

934 Lexington 
Crangle James B., ink works, 14 Orleans 
Crangle James, clerk, 81 s Greene 
Crantz George, clerk, 114 s Exeter 
Cranwell George W., cabinet maker, 15 s 

Oregon 
Crapin Capt. Samuel, 87 Orleans 
Crasser Christian, cap maker, 334 w Pratt 



Crate Sophia, Gorsuch av near Polk, Home 

stead 
Craton Michael, laborer, 2 Slemmer's al 
Craumer Francis M., clerk N. C. R., 116 

Greenmount av 
Craven Thomas, roofer, 127 L. Greene 
Graver John, tailor, 56 Greenmount bv 
Craver John S., police, 225 Henrietta 
Crawford A. A., clerk P. W. & B. R. R., s e 

cor High and Trinity 
Crawford Annie, fancy goods, 42 Hanover 
Crawford Anna. 138 w Lom'oard 
Crawford Andrew, wheelwright, 17 s Carey 
Crawford Austin, brickmaker, 132 Cross 
Crawford C, cooper, 8 Fountain 
Crawford Canfield, brickmaker, 468 Ligli^ 
Crawford Daniel, bacon 194 Pine 
Crawford Dixon, livery stable, 122 Orchard 
Crawford Jacob, carpenter, 57 s Paca 
Crawford James B., clerk, 380 w Fayette 
Crawford James W., chair ornamenter, 107 

McElderry 
Crawford Capt. John, mariner, 389 Canton av 
Crawford John C, clerk, 107 McElderry 
Crawford John L., 34 Cathedral 
Crawford John, ship carpenter, 59 s Ann 
Crawford John D., printer, 9 n Bond 
Crawford John A., salesman, 32 Orchard 
Crawford Louis, engineer, 98 s Carey 
Crawford Mary E., teacher, 57 s Paca 
Crawford N. H., 302 Saratoga 
Crawford Patrick, grocer, 41 Amity 
Crawford Mrs. Rebecca A., 148 s Central av 
Crawford Robt. K., huckster, 302 Saratoga 
Crawford Robert M., bookkeeper, 198 w Bal- 
timore 
Crawford Rachel D., 34 Cathedral 
Crawford Richard I., machinist, 181 Conway 
Crawford Sarah, 9 n Bond 
Crawford Thomas, stone cutter, 101 Preston 
Crawford Thomas, printer, 210 e Lombard 
CRAWFORD WM. H. & CO., Wm. H. 

Crawford, C. S. Crook,) proprietors spice 

mills, warehouse 62 South, spice mills s w 

cor Union al and Dallas 
Crawford Wm. M., jeweler, 7 n Frederick, 

dw Orleans betw Chester and Castle 
CRAWFORD WM. agent Phila. W. & B. 

R. R. s e cor High and Trinity 
Crawford Wm. H. (Wm. H. Crawford & Co.) 

188 Hoffman 
Crawford Wm. C police, 9 n Bond 
Crawford Wm. H. carpenter, 104 Johnson 
Crawford Wm. H. H. brickmaker, 468 Light 
Crawley Mrs. Jane, 164 Chesnut 
Cray Mrs. Amelia M. nurse, 77 Warner 
Cray& Bro. (J. F. Cray, L C. Cray,) tavern, 

65 Centre Market space 
Cray Jerry, laborer, 148 L Greene 
CREAGER COL. J. P. 558 w Baltimore 
Creager George L. salesman, 14 n Howard 
Creager George L. 181 McCulloh 
Creagl Henry A. ship carpenier, 200 Bank 
Creagh George W. shipwright, 116 Bank 
Creagh Henry, carpenter, 137 Conway 
Creagh John, stone cutter, 137 Conway 
Creagh John, 174 Park 
Creagh Thomas, laborer, 124 s Washington 

F. P. 
Creamer Andrew, paper hanger, 245 St Mary 
Creamer Andrew, wheelwright, 8 Bank 
Creamer Anthony, moulder, 264 s Sharp 
Creamer Alexander, saddler, 317 Aisquith 



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Creamer Casper, 214 s Sharp 
Creamer Casper, laborer, rear 194 Ali^eanna 
Creamer Charles J. shoemaker, s w cor Han- 
over and Cross 
Creamer Christian, shoemaker, 4 St Mary 
Creamer Mrs Cornelia, 144 e Monument 
Creamer David Smith, clerk, 49 Hillen 
Creamer David, (agent for J. Dubois, lumber 
merchant, Port Deposit,) J27 e Monument. 
[See p 59 Jldvertisements] 
Creamer Frederick, furnit. 162 s Broadway- 
Creamer Frederick, laborer, 7 s Front 
Creamer George, laborer, 106 Lancaster 
Creamer Henry, shoemaker, 70 s Fremont 
Creakier Jacob, blacksmith, 176 w Biddle 
Creamer Jacob, coach-spring maker, 100 Hol- 

lins 
Creamer John, lager beer saloon, 172 s Sharp 
Creamer John, machinist, 172 s Sharp 
Creamer John, laborer, 212 s Sharp 
Creamer John, grocer, 40 Philpot 
Creamer John, letter carrier, 178 s Paca 
Creamer John, ship carpenter, 118 Cross 
Creamer Joseph, milkman, 214 s Sharp 
Creamer Martin, laborer, 53 Goodman al 
Creamer Nicholas, paper hanger, 24 St. Mary 
Creamer Thomas, lumber and coal merchant, 

131 n Exeter 
Creamer Wm. cigar maker, 8 Greenmount av 
Creamer Wm. brickmaker, 161 Columbia 
Creamer Wm. lumber merch. 62 n Broadway 
Credgt Herman huckster, 490 w Lombard 
Creegan Felix, 27 Valley 
Creem John laborer, over 6 Bank 
Creery Wm. R. teaclier, 336 Saratoga 
Creig Barney, hostler, Bull Head tav. Front 
Creig John, laborer, 250 Forrest 
Creig Robert R. moulder, 184 Forrest 
Creigh John, mariner, 65 Henrietta 
Creight Rebecca, 256 s Charles 
Creighton Mrs. Elmina, 225 Montgomery 
Creighton Geo. W. cigar mnk. 162 s Howard 
Creighton Henry, mariner, 216 Barre 
Creighton Henry T. paii.ier, 379 Light 
Creighton James, mariner, 71 William 
Creighton John, cigar maker, 225 Montgomery 
Creighton Patrick, carpenter, 28 Morris al 
Creighton Robert, ship carpenter, 412 West 
Creighton Wm. V. clerk, 48 Fawn 
Creighton Capt. Wm. mariner, 19 Warren 
Cremen Cornelius, laborer, 3 Valley 
Cremen John F. collector, 69 it Poppleton 
Cremen John E. jeweler, 69 n Poppleton 
Creny Wm. painter, Franklin Inn, cor. High 

and Hillen 
Cresz Henry, scowman, 34 Gist 
CRESCENT COAL OIL CO. OF BALTI- 
MORE, s w cor West and Howard, office 
62 s Gay, Henry R. Wilson, president 
Cresto R., jeweler, 47 n Calvert 
Creutzburg Chas. W., cigar maker, 41 Brown 
Crew George, mariner, 93 York 
Crew Richard, laborer, Dover west of Fulton 
Crew Wm. J., carpenter, 704 w Pratt 
Crey Elizabeth Mary, 70 Buren 
Crey Henry J., restaurant, 3 e Madison, dw 

70 Buren 
Crichton Malcolm, (Wm. Crichton & Son,) 

36 Mount Vernon Place 
CRICHTON WM. & SON, (W. Crichton, 
M. Crichton, J. T. Scott,) grain, flour, 
guano, and commission merchants, 1 Wood, 
cor Bowly's wharf 



Crichton Wm., (Wm. Crichton & Son,) 36 

Mount Vernon place 
Cricton Francis, upholsterer, 27 n Greene 
Crider Mary R., 154 n Pine 
Crig Edwin M., 94 Saratoga 
Ciim Henry C, blacksmith, 65 s Schroeder 
Crimmins'Cornelius, laborer, 3 Valley 
Crimmins Timothy, teacher, 123 Division 
Criner Isaac, Imtcher, 803 w Pratt 
Cringle Mrs. Isabella, 81 s Greene 
Cripps. Richard H., 6 Thomsen 
Cripps Thomas J., laborer, 6Thomsen 
Cripps Thomas, of planing mill, 6 Thomsen 
Crisall Mrs. George W., Philadelphia road, 

near city limits 
Crisby Conrad, tailor, 149 s Bond 
Crise Jacob, sailor, 335 s Dallas 
Crise John L., 228 w Madison 
Crisp Charles E., cigar maker, 253 GougH 
Crisp Elijah, painter, 89 n Greene, dw 27& 

Saratoga 
Crisp Joseph, tobacconist, 42 Thames 
Crispin John, 142 Washington place 
Crispins Henry, fisherman, n e cor Fort av 

and Johnson 
Crispus Conrad, glass blower, 310 s Charles 
Criss Michael, (John A. Hambleton & Co.,) 

44 McCulloh 
Crist Christopher, cooper, 151 s Regester 
Crist Jacob, shoemaker, 11 New 
Crist Jacob, tobacco, 96 Eastern av 
Crist John, laborer, 57 Penna. av 
Crist Philip, clerk, 96 Eastern av 
Cristwell James, currier, 12 McElderry 
Critzman Wm., painter, 33 s Caroline 
Crockard John, stone cutter, 36 n Oregon 
Crocker, Emanuel, 293 n Caroline 
Crocker James T., pipe maker. Eagle Hotel, 

Hillen 
Crocker Samuel G., 293 n Caroline 
Crockett John W., mijlwrighi, 339 Mulberry 
Crockett Nehemiah, slioemakr, 362 Lexington 
Crockett Theodoi'e, locksmith, 1 Grace ct 
Crockett Walter C., bricklayer, 362 Lex- 
ington 
Crockett Wm., brakesman, 52 s Schroeder 
Crockett Wm. H., turner, 233 n Eden 
Croff Jacob, restaurant, 79 n Front 
Croft John, sailor, 99 Eastern av 
Croggon Mrs. Jane E. 94 s Poppleton 
Croghan Patrick, tavern, 16 Euist Falls av 
Croghen Peter, laborer, 2 Slemmer'sal 
Croker Henry, soldier, 7 Brannan ct 
Crombie Albert D. (Ammidon & Crombie) 

261 Garden 
Cromer Andrew, carter, cor Fremont and 

Warner 
Cromer Daniel, laborer, 106 St. Peter 
Cromer Mrs. Elizabeth, 14 Wyeth 
Cromer John, wagoner, 14 Wyeth 
Cromer Margaret, 168 s Eutaw 
Cromer Thomas W. tobacconist, 341 w Balti- 
more, dw s w cor Lombard and Strieker 
Cromwell Mrs. Anna, 29 McHenry 
Cromwell Daniel, 120 e Madison 
Cromwell Mrs. Deborah, 29 w Baltimore 
Cromwell Mrs. Eliza Anna, 120 e Madison 
Cromwell Frank, silversmith, 438 Walsh 
Cromwell George H. cabinet maker, 46 s 

Broadway 
Cromwell Jacob G. baggage master, B. & 0. 

R. R. 24 Brune 
Cromwell Jacob G. cab't maker, 438 Walsh 



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Cromwell John E. sailmaker, 354 e Fayette 
Cromwell John, police, 31 Scott 
Cromwell Capt. John G. 183 Conway 
Cromwell Joseph, agent Knickerbocker Life 

Insurance Co., 126 Grundy 
Cromwell Joseph, sailmaker, 115 Bank 
Cromwell Joshua, 136 s Ann 
Cromwell Joshua, jr. sailmaker, 160 Gough 
Cromwell Joseph, (J. Cromwell & Ero.) 115 

Bank 
Cromwell J. & Bro. (Joshua Cromwell, jr., 

Joseph Cromwell,) sailmakers, over 158 w 

Pratt 
Cromwell Joshua, jr. (J.Cromwell & Bro.) 

160 Gough 
Cromwell Levi, gunsmith, 271 s Ann, dw 118 

Thames 
Cromwell Marion, silversmith, 438 Walsh 
Cromwell Mary A. dress maker, 16 Mott 
Cromwell Michael, cabinet maker, 16 Mott 
Cromwell N. C. clerk, 146 w Madison 
Cromwell Oliver H. clerk, 197 Aisquith 
Cromwell Oliver T. coachmaker, 288 Aisquith 
Cromwell Richard, 250 w Madison 
CROMWELL RICHARD, agricultural and 

horticultural implement manufacturer and 

seedsman, 46 and 48 Light, dw26 Mulberry 
Cromwell Richard, (C. Sidney Norris& Co.) 

26 Mulberry 
Cromwell William, carpenter, 202 Eastern av 
Cronart Charles P. painter, .4 Humes 
Cronan Mary, grocer, 134 Vine 
Crone Augustus, laborer, 151 William 
Crone Catherine D. 2 n Front 
Crone Edward, tavern, 75 n Gay 
Crone John B. musician, 42 n Calvert 
Crone William C. Wee Drop restaurant, s e 

cor High and Fayette 
Crone William C. deputy sheriff, se cor Fay- 
ette and High 
Cronenberg Rev. Peter, 101 Saratoga 
Cronenberger Jos. lager beer, 200 Canton av 
Croney Mrs. Mary, 27 s Bethel 
Croney Phili|) H. cigar maker, 58 s Caroline 
Croohardt Charles, jeweler, &c., 88 n Gay, 

dw206 
Cronhardt John, shoemaker, 29 Ensor 
Cronhardt John H. tailor, n e cor Douglass 

and East 
Cronin Catharine, 14 Hammond al 
Cronin Jeremiah, hackman, 34 Addison 
Cronnelley Mary, confectioner, 51 n Front 
Crook Mrs Ann E. 678 Saratoga 
Crook C. laborer, 10 Burke 
Crook Mrs. Caroline. 404 w Saratoga 
Crook Charles C. 404 Saratoga 
Crook Columbus S. (VVm. H. Crawford & 

Co.) 174 Preston 
Crook P"'rancis A. treas. Balto. Equitable So- 
ciety, dw s w cor Madison andTownsend 
Crook Francis M. auditor Adams Express, 

558 w Fayette 
Crook George A. clerk, 313 Garden 
Crook George W. 196 Madison av 
Crook Geo. W. M. boots, shoes and gaiters, 

69 w Baltimore and 43 n Eutaw 
Crook Henry, clerk, 51 Harford av 
Crook James, engineer, 39 e Pratt 
Crook Mrs. Mary, 190 n Eutaw 
Crook Philip, bookkeeper Bank of Baltimore, 

51 Harford av 
Crook Sallie, 190 n Eutaw 
Crook Mrs., s w cor Madison and Townsend 



CROOK WALTER, Jr. dealer in upholstery 
and curtain materials, 220 w Baltimore, dw 
66 n Paca. — [See Mverlisement outside front 
cover.] 
Crook Mrs. Walter, jr. 66 n Paca 
Crook William W. finisher, 18 s Fremont 
Crook William, carpenter, 267 e Biddle 
Crook Capt. Wm. S. 354 e Baltimore 
Crooks Rufus S. police, 315 Mulberry 
Crookshanks Charles S. ship joiner, foot of 

Ann, dw 130 s High 
Crop Wm. plasterer, 222 Peirce 
Crooper Thomas J. 46 e Pratt 
Cropper Reuben, boiler maker, 34 William- 
son al 
Crosby Capt. Charles T. 76 n Eden 
Crosby Francis, fireman, 6 Hudson al 
Crosby Geo. W. soldier, 369 Cathedral 
Crosby James, carpenter, 6 Hudson al 
Crosby James, carpenter, 104 Greenmount av 
Crosby Lewis, painter, 163 Hughes 
Crosby Lewis, engineer, 161 n Central av 
Crosby Louis, machinist, 153 n Central av 
Crosby Thomas H. shoemaker, 18 Willow 
Crose Frederick-, cabinet maker, 16 n Spring 
Cross Adam, conductor, 52 s Schroeder 
Cross Andrew, clerk, 110 HoUins 
Cross Cyrus, cabinet maker, 66 Pearl 
Cross David H. painter, 17 Townsend 
Ci-oss David, wheelwright, Hilleii betw East 

and Forrest, dw 113 n Exeter 
Cross E. J D. attorney, 31 Lexington, dw 

161 n Calvert 
Cross George T. boot maker, 98 Granby 
Cross George R. clerk, 113 n Exeter 
Cross H. L. shoe store, 234 Lexington 
Cross John W. carpenter, 483 Saratoga 
Cross James W. engineer U. S. N., 210 Ais- 
quith 
Cross John, milk, 67 Orleans 
Cross Rev. Jonathan, gen'l agent Md. Tract 

Society, 42 n Fremont 
Cross J. H. clerk, 66 Pearl 
Cross, J. D. clerk, 113 n Exeter 
Cross Richard K. (Wm. S. Cross & Bro.) 161 

n Calvert 
Cross Mrs. Sarah, 7 Chatsworth 
Cross Samuel B. blacksmith, 69 and 75 s 

Howard, dw 139 Camden 
Cross Samuel J. coachmaker, 139 Camden 
Cross Thomas, laborer, 67 Watson 
Cross Truman D. chief clerk. State tobacco 

warehouse No 1 
CROSS WM. S. & BRO, (Wm. S. Cross, 
Richard K. Cross,) lumber, stave and gene- 
eral commission merchants, n e cor East 
Falls and Eastern avs 
Cross Wm. H. blacksmith, 139 Camden 
Cross Wm. S. (W. S. Cross & Bro.) 161 n 

Calvert 
Crothers Charles, clerk, 28 s Spring 
Crothers David, coal dealer, 77 North, dw 28 

s Spring 
Crothers Robert, carpenter, 62 Com-tland, dw 

28 s Spring 
Crotty David, gardener, Md. Hospital 
Crotty David, grocery, No. 2 Little Monu- 
ment extended 
Crouch A. B. shoemaker, 141 Hamburg 
Crouch Mrs. Ann Elizabeth, seamstress, 32 

Williamson al 
Crouch David, iron moulder, 261 s Charles 
Crouch Mrs. Elizabeth, 165 e Madison 



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Crouch E. D. custom house, 228 Light 
Crouch James, shoemaker, 175 Hanover 
Crouch John, cooper, 226 s Sharp 
Crouch John W. boiler maker, 11 Henrietta 
Crouch Julian, 18 Jefferson 
Crouch Stewart, soldier, 341 s Sharp 
Crouch Thomas D. police, 206 Montgomery 
Crouch William, printer, 53 Harford av 
Crouse Charles L. newspaper car'r, 77 Harri- 
son 
Crouse Jesse, car driver, 173 Penna. av 
Crouse John, cooper, 226 s Sharp 
Crouse Joseph A. shoemaker, 931 Lexington 
Crouse Margaret, 70 Lancaster 
Crouse Michael, shoemaker, 147 s Spring 
Crouse Rebecca, seamstress, 160 George 
Crouse William, tailor, 26 n Frederick 
Crout Hezekiah, tin and sheet iron worker, 

138 Penna. av, dw 246 
Crout Paul G. turner. Telegraph, btw. Penna. 

and Druid Hill avs 
Crouther Capt. John, 248 e Pratt 
Crow Ann, 113 Hillen 
Crow Ezekiel, shoemaker, 9 Front 
Crow Mrs. Jane, grocery, 109 Aisquith 
Crow John, laborer, 109 Aisquith 
Crow John T. editor, 42 Bolton 
CROWDER A. N. grocer, s w cor Conway 
and Warner 

Crowder , 240 Barre 

Crowder Flemm.ing, coach trim., 165 Orleans 
Crowe John, clerk N. C. R 129 e Eager 
Crowell John, cooper, 51 Goodman al 
Crowl D. H. clerk, 166 e Eager 
Crowl David H. provision dealer, 166 e Eager 
Crowle John D. C Buckley, Crowle & Co.) 121 

Hillen 
Crowley Dennis, sawyer, 322 Forrest 
Crowley F. C. contractor, 32 Columbia 
Crowley Mrs. Honora, grocery, s e cor Caro- 
line and Lombard 
Crowley Jacob G. 195 s Paca 
CROWLEY JAMES, periodical dealer, 116 

w Baltimore, dw 222 e Monument 
Crowley John, machinist, 84 s Spring 
Crowley John, painter, 646 Penna. av 
Crowley Margaret, 556 Penna. av 
Crowley Thomas, omnibus driver, 81 North 
Crowley Wm. S. clerk Quarter Master, 296 

e Fayette 
Crown Marion A. clerk, 93 n Pine 
Crown Mrs. Matilda, 93 n Pine 
Crownfield Mrs. Anna J. 98 Hanover 
CROWNFIELD HERMAN F. attorney, 1 

Courtland, dw Baltimore Co. 
Crowther Amos W. police, 505 Saratoga 
Crowther Benj. P. stone mason, 55 Hughes 
Crowther James, stone mason, Mount Royal 

hill, near Reservoir 
Crowther John, 218 n Eutaw 
Crowther Josh, stone mason, 56 w Hoffman 
Croxall Robert M. clerk Superior Court, 634 

Lexington 
Croyeau Augustin, French goods, 171 w Bal- 
timore, dw s w cor Eutaw and Fayette 
Croyeau C. H. clerk Adams Express, Three 

Tuns hotel 
Crozier Annie, teacher, 118 s Caroline 
Crozier Charles, hatter, 198 s Broadway 
Crozier James, moulder, 46 McElderry 
Crozier John R. sailmaker, 118 s Caroline 
Crozier Thomas, bricklayer, 22 Jefferson 
Crozier Wm. seiilmaker, 118 a Caroline 



CRUDDEN JAMES, furniture wagon, 371 

Franklin 
Cruden Edward, laborer, 95 McElderry 
Crum James, conductor, 562 w Lombard 
Crum John, shoemaker, 24 Douglass 
Crumbacker C. W. telegraphist, 128 Hoffman 
Crumbacker Ephraim, clerk, 128 Hoffman 
Crumble Wm. shoemaker, 64 Portland 
Crumby John, laborer, 2 S'eighbor 
Crumm Mary F. upholsteress, 21 Garden 
Crummel George, sailmaker, 194 s Ann 
Crummer Nathan J. grocer, 76 Hillen 
Cruse Charles, engineer, 43 s Schroeder 
Cruse Christiana, 333 s Bond 
Cruse George W. cigar maker, 71 n Caroline 
Cruse Henry H. restaui-ant, .333 s Bond 
Cruse Henry, laborer, 81 Bo.ston 
Cruse Isaac, clerk, 235 Hanover 
Cruse John H. cigar maker, 5 n Caroline 
Cruse Joseph, finisher, 61 s Schroeder 
Cruse Wm. carpenter, 29 s Caroline 
Cruser Isaac, clerk, 235 Hanover 
CRUSSE JOHN, tavern, 81 Boston, and coal 

and wood yard cor Boston and Leakin 
Cruzen Edward, machinist, 523 w Lombard 
Cruzen Sarah R. 252 n Gay 
Cuddy Isaac, 191 Orleans 
Cudy Mrs. Sarah, 10 Brannon 
Cuff Patrick, grocery, 38 Block 
Cu2:le John, (Cugle, Sickei & Co ) 191 St. 

Paul 
Cu?le John, jr., clerk, 27 s Eden 
CUGLE, SICKEL & CO. (J. Cugle, J. L. 
Sickei, C. T. Paine,) fancy goods and no- 
tions, 285 w Baltimore 
Culbertson Isaac G. police, 60 n High' 
Culbertson Louisa, 60 n High 
Cullan Catherine, hucksteress, 27 n Greene 
CuUan James, 125 Ensor 
Cullan John, wagoner, 27 n Greene 
Cullan Mrs. Kate, confectionery, 173 Hanover 
Cullen Catherins, 14 L. McElderry 
Cullen James, hackman, 14 L. McElderry 
Cullen James, shoemaker, 140 German 
Cullen M.J. bakery, 173 Hanover 
Cullen Michael, laborer, 131 West 
Cullen Patrick, laborer, 13 e Madison 
Cullen Thomas, shoemaker, 173 Hanover 
Cullen William T. ship carpenter, 102 .s 

Chapel 
Cullender George, mariner, 67 Albemarle 
Cullimore & Austin, (J. Cullimore, William 

Austin,) ship smiths, 1 and 3 Fell 
Cullimore John, (Cullimore & Austin) 217 

Bank 
Cullimore Mrs. John, boarding, 193 e Pratt 
Cullimore Mrs. Rebecca, 242 Light 
CuUington Daniel, cigar maker, 41 Dolphin 
Cullington Thomas, cigar maker, 6 e Pratt 
CuUison Geo. W., pilot, 301 e Lombard 
Cullison Geo. E., bricklayer, 121 s Regester 
Cullison James M. millwright, 19 Mosher 
Cullison Maria, 228 Bank 
Cullison Noah, feed, 87 Penn'a av 
Cullison Noah M., clerk, 19 Mosher 
Cullison Jesse M., hay dealer. Orchard, one 

door from Penn'a av, dw 263 w Biddle 
Cullum Ann, trimmings and confectionery, 

62 Greenmount av 
Cullum Harriet, teacher, 62 Greenmount av 
Cullum H. J. teacher, York av, n of Madison 
Cullum Nelson, flour, feed, &c., 13 w Loin- 
bard, dw 187 e Monument 



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Cullum Rev. J. W., city missionary and 

tract distributor, 6 Lanvale 
Culnan Samuel, comb maker, 465 n Gay 
Culver Chas. engineer, 103 n Caroline 
Culver Wm. T., cooper, 5 n Sharp 
Cumberland Charles, painter, 18 n Bond 
Cumiling Charles, 432 Canton av 
CUMMING MISS JANE, Young Ladies' 

Literary Institute, 7 n Carey — [See page A5 

Mvertisements.] 
Cumming A. JVl. engineer, 4 Light st wharf 
Cumming Alex., engineer, 207 n Howard 
Cumming Wm. A., 23 n Calvert 
Cummmgs Maj. A. M. 12 s Gay 
Cummings Alexander, 44 Spring row 
Cummings Grace, 85 w Hoffman 
Cummings Daniel, farmer, intersection of e 

Fayette and Baltimore 
Cummings Jacob, 3 Chester al 
Cummings John, porter, 147 Albemarle 
Cummings John, (Hall, Foster & Co.; 642 

w Baltimore 
Cummings John, milkman, Phila. road 
Cummings Lewis H. driver Harnden Exp. 
Cummings Luke, boiler maker, 9 Fall 
Cummings Mrs. Margaret, 135 n Eutaw 
Cummings Mrs. Mary, 12 Stiles 
Cummings Mary, washerwoman, 37 Fawn 
Cummings Sophia, fancy goods, 135 n Eutaw 
Cummings Patrick, laborer, 191 s Castle al 
Cummings Mrs. Rosanna, seamstress, 120 n 

Fremont 
Cummings Mrs. Rose, 439 Saratoga 
Cummins Daniel, confectionery, 466 w Bal- 
timore 
Cummins John G. fruiterer, 48 n Exeter 
Cummins John W. carpenter. 48 n Exeter 
Cummins Capt. Jonathan, 485 w Baltimore 
Cummins Robert P., bricklayer, 236 n Bond 
CI'MMISKEY EUGENE, attorney, 43 St. 

Paul 
Cumpert Joseph, tailor, 160 Ensor 
Cunighan Daniel, chairmaker, 1 Eloodgood ct 
Cunningham Alexander, rear of 104 Granby 
Cunningham American, machinist, 9 e Fayette 
Cunningham Andrew, coach painter, 280 e 

Madison 
Cunningham Bartholomew, printer, 178 Pine 
Cunningham Dr. Chas. T. D. 130 e Pratt 
Cunningham Charles R. clerk, 46 Granby 
CUNNINGHAM & COCHRAN, (J. E. A. 

Cunningham, H. W. Cochran,) stoves, 

turnaces, tinware, &c., 53 s Calvert, and 

Cheapside s of Lombard 
Cunningham Daniel, plumber, 15 Thomsen 
Cunningham E. H. clerk, 78 e Fayette 
Cunningham Edward, bricklayer, 280 e Mad- 
ison 
Cunningham Edw. peddler, 176 Constitution 
Cunningham Ellen T. C. 245 s Bethel 
Cunningham Elizabeth, 149 Chatsworth 
Cunningham Elizabeth A. 186 Pearl 
Cunningham George A. superintendent at 

planing mill, 229 e Fayette 
Cunningham Geo.W. mariner, 91 n Schroeder 
Cunningham Capt. Isaac H. mariner, 3 

Bran nan ct 
Cunningham Capt. Jas. mariner, 9 House ct 
Cunningham Jas. stone mason, 99 n Caroline 
Cunningham Jos. (Cunningham & Thomas,) 

211 s Charles 
Cunningham James, 78 e Fayette 
Cunningham James M. clerk, 91 e Fayette 



Cunningham James, hackman, n w cor Ger- 
man and Pine 
Cunningham John E. A. (Cunningham & 

Cochran,) 403 n Central av 
Cunningham John, grocery, 349 s Charles 
Cunningham Jno. switch tender, 73 s Regester 
Cunningham John, laborer, 21 n Amity 
Cunningham John D. proprietor of hacks, 

278 Aisquith 
Cunningham John, porter. 111 Peach al 
Cunningham John B. 93 Front 
Cunningham John W. 279 e Pratt 
Cunningham John W. cigar maker, ]18n 

Schroeder 
Cunningham John, porter, 25 Plum 
Cunningham Michael, laborer, 192 Holiday 
CunninghaVi Michael, machinist, 170 Rnmsay 
Cunningham Michael, drayman, 35 Philpot 
Cunningham Mortimer, 130 e Pratt 
Cunningham Nicholas, laborer, 1 N. Church 
Cunningham Peter, laborer, 304 Ross 
Cunningham Mrs. Rose, 55 Columbia 
Cunningham Satinel, hack'n, 327 Harford av 
Cunningham Mrs. Sarah, rear of 57 s Oregon 
Cunningham Mrs. Sarah, Penna. av near 

Northern av 
CUNNINGHAM & THOMAS, (J. Cun- 
ningham, J. H. Thomas,) commission 
merchants, over 154 w Pratt 
Cunningham Thomas A. coal agent, 20 w 
Second, dw n w cor Madison and Calvert 
Cunningham Wm. C. 185 e Monument 
Cunningham Wm A. clirk, 132 w Fayette 
Cunningham Wm. (Clark & Cunningham,) 

345 n Gay 
Cunningham Wm. C. carpenter, 184 e Mon- 
ument 
Cunningham Wm. R. clerk. Chase corner 

Caroline 
Cunningham Wm. A. police, 149 n Caroline 
Cunningham Wm. W. druggist, n w corner 

Madison and Central av 
Cunningham Wm. H. flour, feed, and lime,s 
w cor Ensor and East, dw 290 n Caroline 
Cupp Michael, blacksmith, 32 n Amity 
Cupp Wm. foundry man, 58 China 
Cupp Mrs. 211 Montgomery 
Curdles Emma, 2 Necessity al 
Curen John, carpenter, 607 Penn'a av 
Curl Nancy, 137 Eastern av 
Curie John, laborer, 154 Hollins 
Curlett Edward W. landsman, 196 Gough 
Curlett George, cabinet maker, 1 Tessier 
CURLETT JOHN & SON, (J. Curlett, W. 

Curlett; coach makers, 33 and 35 North 
Curlett John, jr. (Smith & Curlett) 185 St. 

Paul 
Curlett John, (J. Curlett & Son) Calvert near 

Madison 
CURLETT JLEWIS G. commission mer- 
chant, 3 Camden, dw 120 Lee 
Curlett Mary, 125 Mullikin 
Curlett Wm. (J. Curlett & Son) 79 McCulloh 
Curley Mrs. Ann, grocery, 11 Rose 
Curley Bernard, laborer, 66 Essex 
Curley James F, clerk, 94 w Fayette 
Curley James, architect, 83 Park 
Curley James A. clerk, 169 w Biddle 
Curley John T., bookkeeper, n e cor Eutaw 

and New 
Curley John, liquors, 202 Cathedral 
Curley Dr. Joseph H. cashier People's Bank, 
dw 24 s Strieker 



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Curley Kieran, 202 w Madison 
Curley Mary E., Park entrance 
Curley Owen, laborer, 85 n Amity 
Curley Thomas, laborer, 59 York 
Curley Wm. boilei maker, 181 Preston 
Curley Wm. E. clerk, Park av 
Curns Edward, laborer, 104 Harford av 
Curns Pvev. James, 202 Eastern av 
Curran Edward, laborer, 24 Orbit al 
Curran Francis, laborer, 37 Eastern av 
Curran Francis, jr., laborer, 37 Eastern av 
Curran James, machinist, 36 Greenmount av 
Curran Joseph, tinner, 37 Eastern av 
Curran Mary, dressmaker, 16 Scott 
Curran Margaret, laundress, 43 e Monument 
Curran Patrick, laborer, Hull, near Fort av 
Curren Edward, tavern, 61 Centre Market 

space 
Curren Mary, dressmaker, 109 Saratoga 
Curren Matthew, carter, 179 s Central av 
Curren Michael, 310 Light 
Curren Patrick, laborer, 13 Orbit al 
Curren Sarah, dressmaker, 109 Saratoga 
Currey Frantis, lab. Clinton opposite Ches- 
apeake furnace 
Currey Johanna, 310 Light 
Currier Alonzo J., brakesman, 736 w Balti- 
more 
Curry Eliza, boarding, 28 Hanover 
Curry Geo. W. baker, 87 Pearl 
Curry Mrs. Jane, 84 Hanover 
Curry John, porter, 122 e Eager 
Curry John, carpenter. Castle al 
Curry John, laborer, 187 Castle al 
Curry Levi H., laborer at tobacco warehouse 

No. 3, 84 Hanover 
Curtain Henry G. (F. H. Grupy & Co.; 

Harford av, n of Central av 
Curtain Henry, butcher, 16 Centre, 20 Lex- 
ington, and 16 Richmond markets, dw Har- 
ford av near city limits 
Curtain Johanna, hucksteress, 17 Diamond 
Curtain James, butcher, 14 Centre Market dw 

Harford av near city limits 
Curtain Thomas, cooper, 204 n Eden 
Curtain Wm huckster, 17 Diamond 
Curtin John A. commission and auction agt., 

Duane near Broadway, dw 238 German 
Curtin Mary, dress maker, 88 Saratoga 
Curtin Patrick, bar tender, 552 w Ballmiore 
Curtin Susan, dressmaker, 88 Saratoga 
Curtis Albert, tailor, 230 German 
Curtis Charles A. blacksmith, 54 Dolphin 
Curtis Henry A. cutter, 230 German 
Curtis John, huckster, 161 Ensor 
Curtis John A. tinner, 44 n Pine 
Curtis Peter, laborer, 233 Lemmon 
Curtis Stanley, mariner, 68 Durst al 
Curtis Thomas, drayman, 12 Decker 
Curtis Wm. P. clerk, 42 s Sharp 
Curveill Samuel T. police, 167 Greenmount 

av 
Curvel Charles, bricklayer, 81 Garden 
Curvel Sarah, 81 Garden 
Curvill Henry, laborer, Fayette opposite 

Jackson Square 
Curvill Wm. sailmaker, 73 s Regester 
Cuseck Michael, laborer, 640 w Pratt 
Cushaw John, cigar maker, 217 Mulbery 
CUSH1NGS& BAILEY, (J. Gushing, jr., 
L. E. Bailey, J. M. Cushing,) booksellers 
and stationers, 262 w Baltimore 
Cushing Charles, 215 e Madison 



CUSHING DAVID, coal office, 79 Second, 

dw 97 w Fayette 
Cushing Frank C. stationer, 207 w Lombard 
Gushing Frank C. (Whitney, Medairy & 

Cushing,) 207 w Lombard 
Cushing Henry M. tobacconist, 9 n Liberty, 

dw 207 w Lombard 
Cushing John, s w cor Lombard and Paca 
Cushing Joseph, jr., (Cushings & Bailey,) 99 

w Fayette 
Cushing Joseph M. (Cushings & Bailey,) 99 

w Fayette 
Cushing Richard C, Quartermaster, U. S. A. 

207 w Lombard 
Cushing Wiley E. clerk, 99 w Fayette 
Cusick Laughlin, laborer, 27 e Monument 
CUSTOM HOUSE, (U. S ,) n w cor Lom- 
bard and Gay 
Custy Mrs. Mary, 7 Rock 
Custy John, grocery, 108 s- Howard 
Custy Michael, 364 s Charles 
Cutcher Francis, bricklayer, 44 n Schroeder 
Cutaiar Francis, cigars and tobacco, 427 Sar- 
atoga, dw 110 Raborg 
Cutler Charles S. clerk, 87 n Pine 
Cutina A. barber, 47 e Baltimore 
Cuzions Thomas, machinist, 113 Mulberry 
Czarnowsky Francis, glazier, 664 w Balto. 



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Dade & Dorset, (R. Dade, Wm. J. H. Dor- 

sey,) tobacco commission merchants, s e 
cor Charles and Camden 
Dack John, blacksmith, 108 s Chapel 
Dade Robert, (Dade & Dorsey,) 14 Pearl 
Daclger Henry, laborer, 38 Gist 
Daenfelser Adgm, cooper, 168 Central av 
Daety Joseph, plumber, 56 King 
Daety Lewis, cabinet maker, 56 King 
Daferner Fredk. druggist, 11 George al 
Daffin Benj. cutler, 15 n Gay, dw 44 n High 
Daffin Charles C. D. engineer, 229 w Fayette 
Daffin Robert S. sutler. 44 n High 
Dagan Wm. 223 Madison av 
Uagenheart Frederick, grocery, 14 New 
Dagenharl Joseph, musician, 225 n Bond 
Dahle John H. C. tailor, 65 n Front 
Dahle Mrs. Margaret, boarding, 65 n Front 
Dahl Jacob, grocer, 32 Union 
Dah Conrad, carpet weaver, 144 Orchard 
Dahm Peter, messenger Adams Express Co,, 

167 Lee 
DahoffJohn, clerk, 353 w Lexington 
Daicker John, tavern, 34 n Liberty 
Daicker Robert, clerk, 34 n Liberty 
Daiger Charles H. (Barnes, Debow & Co.) 

95 Cathedral 
Daiger Edward, collector, 304 n Howard 
Daiger Francis A. varnisher, 48 Conway 
Daiger Fred, hardware dealer, 324 w Pratt 
Daiger James A. clerk, 199 n Eutaw 
Daiger Mary, Chapel between Baltimore and 

Lombard 
DAIGER M. A. cabinet maker, and under- 
taker, 74 s Broadway 
Daiger Wm. H. clerk, 129 Orleans 
Daigner Charles, -baker, 303 Aliceanna 
DAIL&CO. (J. J. Dail,) wholesale grocer 
and commission merchant, 27 Cheapside, 
dw 161 n Charles 
Dail Wm. L. carpenter, 48 Barre 



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Dailey Anth. (A. Dailey & Bro.) 759 w Bal- 
timore 
Dailey A. & Brother, (Anthony Dailey & 
John Dailey,) tinners and stoves, 759 w 
Baltimore 
Dailey Edward H. brushmak. s w cor Charles 

and Lombard 
Dailey E. painter and varnisher, 66 Ensor 
Dailey Mrs. Elizabeth, 17 w Chase 
Dailey Francis Y. clerk, 66 n Ensor 
Dailey Henry, stone polisher, 82 Holliday 
Dailey Hanry R. cabiiiet maker, 295 Saratoga 
Dailey James, grocer, Fort av near Hull 
Dailey James, baker, 751 w Baltimore 
Dailey John, (A. Dailey & Bro.) 759 w Bal- 
timore 
Dailey John, laborer, 19 Amity 
Dailey John, blacksmith, 225 Columbia 
Dailey Mark, carter, 58 Tyson 
Dailey Mary, 107 Peach al 
Dailey Peter, glass blower, Stockholm, betw 

Eutaw and Russell 
Dailey Thomas, machinist, 9 Willow 
Dailey Thomas, laborer, 7 Abey al 
Dailey Thomas H. cigar mak. 15 Townsend 
Dailey Thomas, laborer, 16 Willow 
Dailey Wm. varnisher, 66 Ensor 
Daily Charles, marble polisher, 37 Front 
Daily Ephraim V. surgical instruments, 127 

Aisquith 
Daily John, mariner, 153 s Spring 
Daily Mary A. dressmaker, 295 Saratoga 
Daily Thomas, saddles and harness, 41 South, 

dw 16 s Calvert 
Daily Wm. F. surgical instrument maker, 11 

Light, dw 105 w Fayette 
Dain Edward, machinist, 606 w Pratt 
Dais Joseph, cabinet maker, 247 e Chase 
Daisey Jeremiah, laborer, 367 s Charles 
Dale E. R., clerk, 72 Lexington 
Dale Robert, letter carrier, 250 Mulberry 
Dale Samuel, laborer, 515 Saratoga 
Daley H., cabinet maker, 295 Saratoga 
Daley Helen, teacher, 24 Jackson 
Daley Jacob, 233 e Fayette 
Daley Joseph, collector, 24 Jackson 
Daley Lizzie, teacher, 24 Jackson 
Daley Michael, porter, 4 Garden 
Daley Owen, grocery, 85 n Dallas 
Daley Patrick, laborer, 10 Hawk 
Dall Austin, (Austin Dall & Co.,) Balto. Co. 
DALL AUSTIN & CO., (Austin Dall, Joseph 
E. Dall,) dry goods commission merchants, 
22 Hanover 
Dall Mrs. James, Penna. av near toll. gate 
Dall Joseph E., (Austin Dall & Co.,) 155 

Park 
Dallam Edward B., (Fitzgerald, Booth & 

Co.) 72 Courtland 
Dallam Joseph W., clerk P. 0., 25 n Calvert 
Dallam Mary, 62 n Biddle 
Dallam Thomas J., Church Home, Broadway 
Dallam W. L., teacher, 12 Light 
Dallaway Greenbury, sailmaker, 30 s Bond 
Dalleman Conrad, wagoner, 21 Preston 
Daller Christopher, organ builder, 53 Fawn 
Dallwie Conrad, grocer, 100 n Pine 
D'Almaine Geo., photographer and portrait 

painter, 5413 n Charles, dw 5 s Exeter 
Dalrymple Alexander, insp. custom house, 

dw 152 Barre 
Dalrymple Dr. Augustine J., 330 e Pratt 
Dalrymple Mrs. Agnes, 204 n Exeter 



Dalrymple Rev. Edwin A., D. D., president 
University of Md., 32 Mulberry, dw 195 w 
Lombard 
Dalrymple George W., clerk, 100 s Paca 
Dalrymple George W., carpenter, 112 Hill 
Dalrymple James A., clerk, 152 Barre 
Dalrymple John, machinist, 112 Hill 
Dalrymple Robert, clerk, 112 Hill 
Dalrymple Thomas, carpenter, 7 L. Consti- 
tution 
Dalrymple Wm F., 69 w Second, ilw 93 Park 
Dalrymple Dr. Wm. D., 143 n Eutaw 
Dalsheimer David, wholesale boots and shoes, 

over 269 w Baltimore, dw 48 s Sharp 
Daiton Eliza, 35 Hillen 
Dalton John, watchman, 53 French 
Daiton Maurice, tailor, 190 e Lombard 
Daly Eugene, restaurant, Wine btw Charles 

and Light 
Daly Francis, laborer, 81 Goodman al 
Daly Jeremiah, laborer, 153 Raborg 
Daly James, barkeeper, 57 Second 
Daly John, teacher, 56 Holland 
Daly Mrs. M. A., 562 Saratoga 
Daly Michael, porter, 4 Garden 
Daly Timothy, laborer, 38 New Church 
Damer Andrew, cabinet maker, 38 Marion 
Damer Adar, 144 w Baltimore 
Damer Frederick, butcher, n e corner Greene 

and Lexington 
Damer Mrs. Kate. 87 Johnson 
Damer Paul, laborer, 208 Washington, F. H. 
Damer Sebastian, huckster, 127 Mulberry 
Dames Charles, butcher, 288 Saratoga 
Dames John, butcher, 288 Saratoga 
Dames Lewis, butcher, 288 Saratoga 
Dames Mrs. Mary, provisions, 540 w Fayette 
Damm Henry, shoemaker, 57 n Pine 
Damm John, laborer, 65 L. Church 
Dammann A. E., millinery, 379 Saratoga 
Dammann F. W. & E., imp._ of cloths and 

hosiery, 19 Hanover 
Dammann Ernest, (F. W. & E. Dammann,) 

Chatsworth opp. Hoffman 
Dammann F. Wm., (F. W. &E. Dammann.) 

cor Fremont and Lanvale 
Dammann Dr. Lewis H., 379 Saratoga 
Damme Mrs. Sophia, boot and shoe dealer, 

214 s Broadway 
Dampf J. H. photographer, over 105 w Eal 

timore, dw 32 n Calvert 
Dance Barbara, 100 s Wolfe 
DANDELET FRANCIS, Bait. Brewery, n 1 

cor Conway and Hanover, dw 107 Hanove 
Dandelet Francis, (Feuillan & Dandelet) 12' 

n Howard 
Dane Peter, express messenger, 167 Lee 
Danehart Frederick, cooper, 193 Frederick a^ 
Daneker Charles W. soldier, 5 Poultney 
Daneker David H. of custom house, 224 Mcmt 

gomery 
Daneker Edwin T. millwright, 185 s Charle' 
Daneker Edwin T. deputy sheriff, n e co 

Lee and Charles 
Daneker John F., U. S. A. 12 Poultney 
DANEKER JOHN J. sheriff, 1^5 s Charles 
Daneker Orman A. clerk, 110 Aisquith 
Daneker Samuel H. 185 s Chartes 
Danels James D wood turner, 68 President 
Danels John D. jr. (W. Claggett & Co.) 214 

Charles 
Danels Mrs. Julia C, Grundy, betw Mosher 

and McMechin 



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Danenberg Philip, clerk, 64 Chesnut 
Danfelser John, shoemk. Boston w of Clinton 
Danfelser Martin, shoemaker, Boston w of 

Clinton 
Danforth M. fur dealer, 14 and 16 Lee 
Daniel Adam, laborer, 24 Durst al 
Daniel Andrew, tavern, 60 Orleans 
Daniel Andrew, shoemaker, 191 Vine 
Daniel Aug. varnisher, 170 Burgundy al 
Daniel Mr. and Mrs. collegiate institute for 
young ladies, 241 n Eutaw, Hamilton terrace 
Daniel Robert, of collegiate institute for young 

ladies, 241 n Eutaw, Hamilton terrace 
DANIEL WM. attorney at law, 67 w Fayette 
dw 110 e Baltimore — [Seepage 31 Advertise- 
ments. '[ 
Daniels Geo. W. chair maker, 374 e Eager 
Daniels John, brewer, 214 n Charles 
Daniels Mrs. Julia A. milliner, 46 e Baltimore 
Dankmeyer Fred 'k, baker, 830 w Baltimore 
Dankmeyer Theodore, baker, 661 w Baltimore 
Dannagan Eliza, 228 s Bethel 
Dannaher Daniel, laborer, 129 Chesapeake 
Dannanberger Isaac, grocery and liquors, 64 

Chesnut 
Dannely Daniel, laborer, n e cor McCulloh and 

Townsend 
Dannert Louis, metal worker, 16 Greene ct 
Dannenberg Mrs. Louisa, 339 Lexington 
Dannenfelser Lewis, cooper, Hammond al, 

near s Central av 
Dannenfelser Philip, grocer, 101 Albemarle 
Dannettel & Co. (J. H. Dannettel, F. Schultze 
& J .A. Silberzalin,) packing box makers, 
15 n Sharp 
Dannettel Henry L. cabinet maker, 182 Lee 
Dannettel John FI. (Dannettel & Co.) 10 

New Church 
Danskin Washington A. (Danskin & Co.) 

183 w Fayette " 
DANSKIN & CO. (W. A. Danskin, D. C. 
Shatton) gentlemen's furnishing store, 155 
w Baltimore 
Danson Capt. Lewis T. mariner, 452 w Sara- 
toga 
Danver Francis, laborer, 53 Durst al 

Danwright , blacksmith, 72 Granby 

Danz Edward, cap maker, 20 President 
Danz Frederick, shoemaker, 12 President 
Daop Adam, sr. blacksmith, 552 w Pratt 
Daop Adam, jr. blacksmith, 552 w Pratt 
Daop Charles, blacksmith, 552 w Pratt 
DARBY & CO. (David Darby, Franklin Dar- 
by,) steam candy inanufacturers, 296 w 
Baltimore 
Darby Benj. (Darby & Co.) 319 w Fayette 
Darby Benj. F. bookkeeper, 315 w Fayette 
Dariiy David, (Darby & Co.) 631 w Payette 
Darby Franklin, (Darby & Co.) 319 w Fayette 
Darby James, mariner,' 181 Hughes 
Darby Moiitilion, machinist, 456 w Lombard 
Darby Philip, clerk, 620 w Fayette 
Dare G. George, (Dare, Sproston & Co.,) 

25 s Sharp 
Dare Dr. George H., 40 s Eutaw 
Dare James G., 40 s Eutaw 
Dare John, 161 Hanover 
Dare Margareir, 161 Hanover 
Dare, Sproston & Co., (Gideon G. Dare, Geo. 
S. Sproston,) commission merchants, 95 s 
Charles 
Dare Wm. H., (Dare & Trimble,) 183 s Paca 
Daring Robert, blacksmith, 290 Aliceanna 



Daring Valentine, tailor, 80 Bank 
Darling Catherine, dressmaker, 9 Aisquith 
Darling F. Taylor, dry goods dealer, 157 

Forrest 
Darling James, sexton Monument M. E. Ch., 

dw 40 Stirling 
Darling James, tinner, 90 Aisquith 
Darling James T., carpenter, 273 Mulberry 
Darling John, bricklayer, 90 Aisquith 
Darling Lewis, baker, 137 n Eutaw 
Darling Mary A., 273 Mulberry 
Darmstadt Henry, laborer, 54 s Central av 
Darner Henry, blacksmith, 288 e Madison 
Darraugh Daniel, 19 s Broadway 
Darraugh R. J., 13 n Caroline 
Darrel Patrick, laborer, cor Cliappell and Lib- 
erty road 
Darrell Charles, (John Biggar & Co.,) 254 n 

Calvert 
Darrell Stewart, (J. C. Yates & Co.,) 245 n 

Calvert 
Darrington Mrs. Charles, 9 Hill 
Darrington Mrs. Rebecca, teacher, 13 Hollins 
Darrough Samuel, shoemaker, 396 Harford av 
Dasch Catherine, 255 s Sharp 
Dasch John, stove jobber, 99 Dallas 
Dasch John P., tavern, 189 Hollins 
Daschall John F., watchmaker, 334 s Charles 
Dashields Mrs. Ellen, tailoress, 76 McElderry 
Dashields John, carver, 228 Bank 
Dashiell Mrs. Ann, 139 s Washington, F. P. 
Dashiell Emily W., 287 n Howard 
Dashiell James F., salesman, 286 w Baltimore 
Dashiell Rev. John H., school, 198 w Biddle, 

dw 287 n Howard 
Dashiell John V., carver, 288 Bank 
Dashiell John 1., bookkeeper, 287 n Howard 
Dashiell Levin F., rope maker, 12 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Dashiell Mrs. Mary, 207 s Broadway 
Dashiell Mrs. Mary E., 46 Granby 
Dashiell Dr. Nicholas Leeke, 207 s Broadway 
Dashiell Robert, last maker, 110 s Caroline 
Dashiell S. K., real estate broker, 32 St. Paul, 

dw Howard Co. 
Dashiell Wm. 0., clerk, 27)^ Aisquith 
Dashiell Wm. R., bricklayer, 50 Holland 
Dashiell Wm., caulker, 71 Johnson 
Datmer Henry, rag dealer, 17 China 
Datz John, laborer, 268 s Caroline 
Daubert John, machinist, 19 Perry 
Daub Adam, blacksmith, 544 w Baltimore 
Daughaday John T. undertaker, 221 Hollins 
Daughaday Joseph, bricklayer, Philadelphia 

road near city limits 
Daughaday Samuel, 254 e Biddle 
Daugherly Elizabeth, 40 Albemarle 
Daugherty James M. printer, 80 Harford av 
Daugherty James, plasterer, 40 Preston 
Daugherty Mrs. John W. 16 Jackson square 
Daugherty Thomas, tavern, 213 Light 
Daugherty Wm. H. police, 786 w Baltimore 
Daum Lorentz, soldier, 48 s Wolfe 
Dttuman George, basket maker, 25 Perry 

Daupf , tailor, 213 Henrietta 

Daur Frank, shoemaker, 41 Brown 
Dausch Anthony, stevedore, 347 e Lombard 
Dausch G. P. stevedore, 151 s Ann 
Dausch G. P. jr. stevedore, 175 Gough 
Dauterich Henry, lager beer saloon, cor Fay- 
ette and Ann 
Dauterich John, bakery, 98 n Central av 
Davalin Henry, brickmaker, 5 Barnes 



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Davalt Jacob, boiler maker, 110 Hamburg 

Davenport Joseph, teacher, 66 s Bond 

Davey Mrs. Elizabeth, 103 s Broadway 

Davey Margaret, 47 e Monument 

Davey Patrick, laborer, 63 e Monument 

Davey Sallie, 139 n Calvert 

David Wm. C. clerk Starr's Hotel, n e cor 

Low and Front 
David Wm. C. clerk, 100 n Front 
Davids August, tailor, 70 Harrison 
Davids Garret B. sup't Denmead's iron works, 

Canton, dw 367 e Baltimore 
Davidson A. B., importer and dealer in cloths 

and cassimeres, over 266 w Baltimore 
Davidson Chas. C. shoemaker, 336 Franklin 
Davidson Charles N. bookkeeper, 258 w Fay- 
ette 
Davidson Clark Y. gas fitter, 15 n Liberty, dw 

28 Hollidav 
Davidson Delosia (Austin T. G. & Co.) 2 

Camden 
Davidson F. H. hardware, 160 Franklin, dw 

767 w Baltimore 
Davidson Francis, 119 n Central av 
Davidson George, potter, cor Jackson and 

Central av 
Davidson Helen M. 394 Eutaw place 
Davidson James W. huckster, 329 Harford av 
Davidson John G. clerk, 276 e Baltimore 
Davidson John F. clerk, 258 w Fayette 
Davidson Mary, seamstress, 5 Forrest 
Davidson Marshal T. (M. T. Davidson & 

Co.) 48 w Saratoga 
Davidson Marshal, engineer, 207 n Howard 

DAVIDSON M. T. & Co., dealers 
in Rail Road, Steamship and Tele- 
graph supplies, Machinists and 
Manufacturers' Materials of all 
kinds on hand. Agents for Sew- 
ell's Steam Pumps. Brass found- 
ers and manufacturers of Bolts, 
Nuts, Washers, &c., No. 4 Light 
street wharf. 

Davidson Robert, machinist, 31 n Schroeder 
Davidson Samuel G. rope maker, cor Point la 

and Harford av 
Davidson Dr. Samuel A. 67 s Charles 
Davidson Sarah I. 103 Jefterson 
Davidson Spencer, 246 w Fayette 
DavidsonWallace, messenger Adams Express, 

9 w Biddle 
Davidson William T. (Adams & Davidson) 29 

Read 
Davies Mrs. Mary A. 55 Courtland 
Davies Samuel K. 55 Courtland 
Davies Wm. H. 55 Courtland 
Davies Wm. mariner, 507 Canton av 
Davies Wm dry goods, 81 n Howard 
Daviney Hugh, huckster, 20 Conway 
Davis Mrs. Adeline, milliner, 28 s Eutaw 
Davis Albin P. machinist, 10 s Republican 
Davis Albert, carpenter, 10 Hill 
Davis Amelia, seamstress, 218 Raborg 
Davis Amos M. cooper, 388 Hanover 
Davis Ann E. 224 German 
Davis Mrs. Ann, 101 Raborg 
Davis Mrs. Ann, seamstress, Clinton s of 

Boston 



Davis Archibald T. tinner, 326 Franklin 
Davis August, laborer, 108 Thames 
Davis August, laborer, 128 n Central av 
Davis Augustus, tailor, 70 Harrison 
Davis Rev. Benjamin M., Clinton s of Boston 
Davis Benj. coach maker, 212 n Central av 
Davis Benj. cop. smelter, Clinton s of Boston 
Davis Benton C. engineer, 135 Cross 
Davis Bradford A. sailmaker, 71 Smith's whf. 

dw 63 s Bond 
Davis Mrs. Caroline, 246 Saratoga 
Davis Mrs. Catherine L. grocery, Belair near 

Chester av 
Davis Charles A. constable, 10 n Republican 
Davis Charles H. pilot, 209 Bank 
DAVIS CHARLES W. restaurant, 15 Centre 

Market space 
Davis Charles, laborer, 132 s Fremont 
Davis Charles, peddler, 132 s Fremont 
Davis Charles L. pilot, 31 Granby 
Davis Charles, carpenter, 217 e Monument 
Davis Charles, tailor, rear 12 n Gay 
Davis Charles, cigar maker, 141 Columbia 
Davis Charles W. silversmith, 209 e Lombard 
DAVIS CHARLES W. 134 Mulberry 
Davis Christopher C. B. baggage master, B. 

& 0. R. R. 143 Camden 
Davis Daniel, copper smelter, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Davis Daniel, jr. copper smelter, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Davis Daniel, cook, 28 Elbow lane 
Davis Davis, collar maker, 31 Pearl 
Davis Edward E. carpenter, 59 L Montgo- 
mery 
Davis Edward, carpenter, 496 w Pratt 
Davis Edwin R. hatter, 97 Lee 
Davis Edwin R. hatter, 21 s Eutaw 
Davis Edwin, carpenter, 26 Grundy 
Davis Eliza J. 6 Booth 
Davis Elizabeth, 24 Front 
Davis Elizabeth, 498 w Pratt 
Davis Frederick, turnkey. Middle District, 

Holiday near Saratoga 
Davis Frederick, coachsmith, 60 Holiday 
Davis George, tailor, 317 n Central av 
Davis George, grocery, 107 Druid Hill av 
Davis George L. L. librarian Law Library, 

dw 46 Pearl 
Davis George T. boiler maker, 160 Hughes 
Davis George W. blacksmith, 133 Cross 
Davis George W. upholsterer, 157 e Monu- 
ment 
Davis George S. plasterer, 75 Pearl 
Davis George H. (Cumberland Dugan& Co.) 

s e cor. Republican and Fayette 
Davis George, clerk, 89 s Sharp 
Davis Geo. A. jr. carpenter, 287 w Lombard 
Davis George M.. carpenter, 403 w Lombard 
Davis G. W. property agent, 51 w Fayette 

dw 321 Druid Hill av 
Davis Georgeanna, fancy store, 283 n Howard 
Davis Harriet, tailoress, 168 Chesnut 
Davis Henrietta, teacher, 52 Walsh 
DAVIS H. WINTER, attorney at law, 56 

St. Paul 
Davis Henry, copper smelter, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Davis Henry T. copper smelter, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Davis Howard, millwright, 349 Franklin 
Davis Hugh, fireman, 32 Abey alley 
Davis Isabella, 29 n Fremont 



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Davis Jacob T. millwright, 348 Franklin 
Davis Jacob C. carpenter, 443 w Lombard 
Davis James C. coal dealer, n w cor of Cen- 
tral av and Gough, dw 109 s Eden 
■Davis James C. house carpenter, n w cor of 

Central av and Gough, dw 109 Eden 
Davis James E. coal dealer, s w cor Bond and 

Lombard, dw 24 s Caroline 
Davis James E. carpenter, 68 Ridgely 
Davis James, stone cutter, 158 Franklin 
Davis James W. drayman, 133 w Lombard 
Davis John, junk and iron dealer 292 s Caro- 
line, dw Aliceanna near Essex 
Davis John, tailor, 259 n Bond 
Davis John, plasterer, Belair av near Chester 
Davis John C. carpenter, 177 Hollins 
Davis John G. carpenter, 256 Light 
Davis John C. clerk, 24 Front 
Davis John, laborer, 44 Orleans 
Davis John A. conductor, C. P. R. R. 9 Pres- 
ton 
Davis John W. carpenter, 102 n Bond 
Davis John K. coach trimmer, 321 Druid Hill 

av 
Davis John F. car painter, 80 s Paca 
Davis John W. clerk, 619 w Lombard 
Davis John W. office, 41 St. Paul 
Davis John, shoemaker, 224 German 
Davis John E. rigger, 21 s Oregon 
Davis John, tinner, 287 Hanover 
Davis John A. C. soldier, 24 Front 
Davis John T. O. conductor C. P R. R. 13 

n Eutaw 
Davis John W. tinner, 85 Hamburg 
Davis John, laborer, 9 Cuba 
Davis John H. bricklayer, 183 n Howard 
Davis Capt. Joseph, 217 Washington, F. H. 
Davis Joseph, chairmaker, 169 e Madison 
Davis Joseph H. miller, 452 w Lombard 
Davis Joshua, 263 s Ann 
Davis Laurence, house carpenter, 2 Hill 
Davis Lynn, drug clerk, 132 w Fayette 
Davis Mrs. Mary M. 73 North 
Davis Mrs. Mary A. 363 e Eager 
Davis Mrs. Mary E. dress maker, 119 s 

Exeter 
Davis Mrs. Mary A. 141 Columbia 
Davis Miss Margaret, 42 Franklin al 
Davis Maria E. 124 s Bond 
Davis Morris, shoemaker, 67 Bank 

DAVIS & MILLER, (Andrew J. 
Miller,) Druggists and Perfumers, 
(Sign of the Golden Mortar,) man- 
ufacturers of superior Flavoi'ing 
Extracts, 12 N. Howard. 

Davis Mrs. Phoebe, 121 Cross 

Davis Ralph, peddler, 61 n Eden 

Davis Richard L. carpenter, 204 Mulberry 

Davis Richard T. bookkeeper, 212 Saratoga 

Davis Richard T. sr., merch., 212 Saratoga 

Davis Robert, clerk, 246 Saratoga 

Davis Robert B. hatter, 4 George 

Davis Robert N. painter, 8 Covington 

Davis Samuel, Falls road near Northern av 

Davis Shalmaneser, clerk, 93 Garden 

Davis Shalmaneser, salesman, 161 Hanover ' 

Davis , engineer, 143 Camden 

Davis Solomon C. sailor, 498 w Pratt 
Davis Stephen, shoemaker, 150 Lexington 
dw 554 



Davis Thomas, shoemaker, s e cor Lexington 

and Paca, dw 500 w Fayette 
Davis Thomas, watchman, 1 Cuba 
Davis Thomas G. blacksmith, 75 Albermarle 
Davis Thomas D. manager Baltimore and Pa- 

tapsco Copper Works, Clinton s of Boston 



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s Thomas, 504 n Gay 

s Thomas, machinists, 101 York 

s Thomas, tailor, 133 e Monument 

s Thomas, huckster, 366 Canton av 

s Thomas, drayman, 12 s Bond 

s Thomas, mariner, 24 Fell 

s Thomas W. trunk maker, 28 Brune 

s Thomas W. stone mason, 71 Cooksey 

s Lieut. Thomas H. 101 Raborg 

s Thomas B. clerk, 52 Walsh 

s Thomas, laborer, 119 s Exeter 

s Wm. A. shoemaker, 255 n Eden 

s Wm. H. carpenter, 34 Binney 

s Wm. H. house carpenter, 143 Conway 

s Dr. Wm. H. 43 Lexington 

s Wm. T. cigar maker, 45 Hillen 

s Wm. H. painter, 211 Bank 

s Wm. H. printer, 46 Spring row 

s Wm. B. police, 221 s Paca 

s Wm. H. mate, 504 Light 

s Wm. H. cigar maker, 141 Columbia 

s Wm. foreman copper works, Clinton 



opposite Boston 



Wm. barber, 54 Rock 
s Wm. R. teacher, 356 Franklin 
s Wm. drtguerreian gallery, 63 e Balti- 



more, dw 349 
Davis Wm. machinist, 198 n Caroline 
Davis Wm. R. police, 161 Orleans 
Davis Wilson, mariner, 6 Covington 
Davis Wilson, machinist, 7 Bolton 
Davis Wm. R. carpenter, 100 s Carey 
Davis Wilmer, mariner, 181 Hughes 
Davison George W. clerk, 91 Saratoga 
Davison James, painter, 224 e Lombard 
Davison John A. chemist, 297 Light 
Davison Wm. painter, 166 n Spring 
Davison Wm. J. (Wm. Davison & Co.) 648 

w Fayette 
DAVISON WM. Sf CO. (Wm. & Wm.J. 
Davison,) manufac. chemicals, paints, var- 
nishes, &c., 104 w Lombard 
Davison Wm. (W. Davison & Co.) 91 Sara- 
toga 
Davy Robert B. clerk, 139 n Calvert 
Daw Wm. T. bootmaker, 211 n Central av 
Dawes Edward B. police, 178 s Eutaw 
Dawes Francis A. cooper. Centre al near w 

Fayette, dw 159 w Fayette 
Dawes John, huckster, 228 Lee 
Dawes Capt. Joseph, mariner, 116 s High 
Dawes John, 122 e Pratt 
Dawes Mrs. Mary, 116 s High 
Dawes Richard, cooper, 229 w Fayette 
Daws Henry, house furnishing goods, 464 w 

Baltimore, dw 496 w Franklin 
Daws Henry, furnishing store, 496 Franklin 
Dawson Catherine, rear of 9 Low 
DAWSON CHARLES, restaurant, 104 s 

Howard 
Dawson Edward M. jr. clerk, 49 Lexington 
Dawson George W. collector, Willard's Hotel 
Dawson H. currier, 187 Conway 
Dawson Hugh, Falls road near Northern av 
Dawson Isaac, cabinet maker, 82 Hanover 
Dawson James, mariner, 11 n Wolfe 
Dawson Mrs. Maria, 11 n Wolfe 



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Dawson Philip T. assistant assessor 3d dis- 
trict 99 w Baltimore, dw 46 n Broadway 
Dawson Samuel, junk shop, 285 Eastern av 
Dawson Samuel, 164 s Ann 
Dawson Thomas, pilot, 183 s Caroline 
Dawson Wm. H. H. carpenter, 62 Barre 
Dawson Wm. law student, 21 Courtland 
Dawson Wm. H. surveyor, n e cor St. Paul 

and Fayette, dw 21 Courtland 
Dawson Wm. P. (Thomas R. Matthews & 

Sons,) Baltimore Co. 
Day Alexander H. ship carp. 136 s Chester 
Day Alfred G. saddler, 421 w Baltimore, dw 

5 Pearl 
Day Asa, cooper, 224 e Lombard 
Day Edward H. ship carpenter, 189 Bank 
Day Mrs. Eliza, 304 e Chase 
Day George A. puddler, 18 Essex 
Day Hazen P. baker, 186 Vine 
Day Henry, mariner, 294 s Ann 
Day H. R., U. S. N , Lanvale near Bolton 
Day Rev. Hamilton J. 400 Light 
Day Ishmael, inspector. Custom House, 105 

nHigh 
Day Ira, cashier, N. C. R. R., dw 77 n Eutaw 
Day John H. (Lehman & Day,) 165 Vine 
Day Juliet, teacher, 304 Chase 
Day L. receiving clerk B. & 0. R. R. 
Day Mrs. Mary S. 5 Pearl 
Day Oliver F. .saddler, 22 n Fremont 
Day Samuel, watchman, 240 e Lombard 
Day Sarah W. tailoress, 23 n Amity 
Day Wesley, brakesman, McHenry w of 

Fulton 
Dayle Mrs. Mary, boarding house, 133 n Paca 
Daymon Peter, screwman, 43 Hill 
Daysey Mrs. Mary A. 63 Preston 
Deabring B. blacksmith, 169 s Sharp 
Deacon John, grocery, 30 Hampstead 
Deady Mrs. Mary, n e cor Lombard and 

Chester 
Deal Catherine, hucksteress, 8 Mott 
DEAL MRS. GEORGE J. butcher, 42 In- 
stitute, 25 Lexington, and 22 Hanover mar. 
kets, dw 135 Penna. av 
Deal Frederick, junkman, 292 Aliceanna 
Deal Gebrge W. brickkiyer, 80 n Ann 
Deal Henry, policeman, 29 Constitution 
Deal John, machinist, 20 Forrest 
Deal John T. brass finisher, 312 s Charles 
Deal Lemuel, cabinet maker, 275 e Madison 
Deal Wm. C. plumber, 47 w Lombard 
Deal William, carpenter, 25 Buren 
Deale James F. 169 Hanover 
Deale Mrs. S. A. 169 Hanover 
Deale Wm. G. (T. J. Magruder & Co ) 174 

Garden 
Deams William, gardener, Gluaker la, Home- 
stead 
Dean George A. engineer, 652 w Lombard 
Dean Ira, soldier, 76 Block 
Dean James, clerk, 1 Parkin 
Dean James H drug clerk, 401 w Lombard 
DEAN MICHAEL, livery stables, 136)^ 

Eastern av 
Dean Michael, carter, 277 e Monument 
Dean Richard, turner, 48 Holland 
Dean Thomas, carpenter, 241 Franklin 
Dean William A. wholesale dry goods, 236 w 

Baltimore, dw 22 Hollins- 
Dean William, carpenter, 32 s Schroeder 
Dean William, secretary and treasurer Canton 
Co., cor Boston and Patuxent 



Dear John, brushmaker, 198 L. Hughes 
Dear John T. engineer, 162 G. Hughes 
Bearing C. cooper, 135 Henrietta 
Bearing Margaret, grocery, 267 Hughes 
Bearing Mrs. Sarah, 416 w Lombard 
Beatrezr Henry, grocer, 255 e Eager 
Deatz John, tailor, 272 Canton av 
Beaver Mrs. Christiana,'287 s Paca 
Beaver George R. moulder, 91 Hfllen 
Beaver James, waterman, 363 e Monument 
Beaver Jehu C. machinist, 75 Hillen 
Beaver Margaret, 101 Orleans 
Beaver Margaret R. dress maker, 91 Hillen 
Beaver Mary Ann, dress maker, 91 Hillen 
Beaver William, painter, 287 s Paca 
Beover Wm. R. painter, 91 Mount 
Be Baufre Wm. H. & Co. bootand shoe store, 

84 s Broadway 
Be Baufre Wm. H. (Wm. H. Be Baufre & 

Co.) 234 e Lombard 
Be Bedford, police, 210 Barre 
Be Beet Buncan H. (Barrett & Be Beet,) 178 

Aisquith 
Be Beet Wm. C ornamental painter, 17 w 

Fayette, dw 23 e Fayette 
Bebelius Martin, grocery, 213 Aliceanna 
Bebertin Andrew, tavern, 245 HoUins 
Bebertrand Elizabeth, 27 Ringgold al 
Bebois Elizabeth, 186 Preston 
Bebow Mrs. Ellen, 1 Hudson al 
Bebow Lemuel, (Barnes, Bebow & Co.) 169 

Cathedral 
Beboye Ferdinand, carter, 190 Columbia 
Bebreskey John, locksmith, 62 Clay 
Bebring Anthony, engineer, 288 n Eutaw 
Bebring Bernard, iron worker, 338 w Pratt 
Bebring Bernard G. shoemaker, 156 Druid 

Hill av 
Bebring Rebecca A. shoe store, 133 n Eutaw 
Bebroslavich Nicholas, cake stand, s w cor 

Gay and Baltimore, dw 26 n Gay 
Be Caindry Augustin, carpenter, 23 Elliott 
Be Camp Mary J. 48 Conway 
Bechs John, blacksmith, Phila. road near city 

limits 
Beck John S., bakery, 280 n Howard 
Beck Joseph, laborer, Madison av e of city 

limits 
Deck Lanehart, nightman, 46 Chatsworth 
Beck Wm., lager beer saloon, 455 Saratoga 
Beckleman Geo., shoemaker, 99 Peirce 
Beckelman John, shoemaker, 37 Chatsworth 
Becker Baltazar, tobacconist, 14.Ensor 
Decker Barbara, grocery, 59 Carlton 
Becker Conrad, Meyer ct 
Becker Francis, dry goods, 273 n Central av 
Becker Gottleib, laborer, 59 Carlton 
Becker Henry, wagoner, 120 Eislein 
Becker Jacob F. of Com. & Farm, bank, 149 

w Fayette 
Becker James A ., clerk 119 n Gay 
Becker Laurin N., clerk, 170 e Monument 
Becker Wm. H., box maker, 2 Eutaw ct 
Beckman Henry, blacksmith, 171 King 
Be Coninck Amelia W. 26 Cathedral 
Be Coninck Francis, clerk, 26 Cathedral 
Be Cormis Edw. jr. bookkeeper, 26 Franklin 
Be Cormis Edward, guano agent, 14 Bowly's 

wharf, dw 26 Franklin 
Be Courcey Henry, blacksmith, 1 Gist, 

Canton 
Be Courcey Thomas, machinist, 222 Bank 
Be Courcey Mrs. N. P. 166 Preston 



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Decourse Benjamin F. ehoemaker, 269 s Fre- 
mont 
De Coursey John, 70 Centre Market space 
Dee Mrs. Ann, 25 Lemmon 
Dee Morris, machinist, 25 Lemmon 
Dee Morris, fruit dealer, 22 s Front 
Dee Richard, confectionery, 22 s Front 
Deeds Wm. can maker, 76 n High 
Degaw Thomas, machinist, 688 w Pratt 
Deeg John, wagon driver, 46 Henrietta 
Deegan Anna, 190 s Ann 
Deems Adam W. blacksmith, 17 Sterrett 
Deems Edward T. moulder, Falls road near 

N. Boundary line 
Deems Jacob, jr. clerk, City Collector's office, 

dw 6 Hollins 
Deems Jacob, moulder, Mount Royal hill 

near Reservoir 
Deems Jacob C. painter, 162 Dover 
DEEMS JAS. M. music teacher, 1 Hollins, 

cor Fremont 
Deems Jas., moulder, Falls road near North- 
ern av 
Deems Mrs. Sophia, dry goods, 193 Conway 
Deems Thomas, moulder, 102 Peirce 
Deems Wm., moulder. Falls road near North- 
ern Boundary av 
Deems Wm. moulder, 193 Conway 
Deerbech Conrad, carpenter, 16 Preston 
Deerbech George, carpenter, 8 Preston 
Deen Margaret, tavern, 163 Eastern av 
Deering George, cabinet maker, 83 s Wolfe 
Deery Michael, laborer, 139 n Front 
DEETJEN TYARK, ship chandler and gro- 
cer, 74 and 76 Thames, dw 27 s Ann 
Deets Eliza, 14 Jefferson 
Deets Frederick, cabinet maker, 286 e Monu- 
ment 
Deets Geo. W. bricklayer, 13 n Wolfe 
Deets Valentine, cutter, 94 Exeter 
Deets Wm. H. clerk, 72 n Charles 
Deets Wm. Henry, telegrapher, 72 n Charles 
Defalco Mrs. Susanna, 28 Elizabeth la 
Defferd Peter, carpenter, 157 Stirling 
DEFORD BENJAMIN & SONS, (B. De- 
ford, J. Deford, T. Deford) hides,' leather 
and oil commission merchants, n w cor 
Calvert and Lombard 
Deford Benjamin (B. Deford & Sons) 105 n 

Charles 
Deford Benjamin F. (Hoffman & Deford) 105 

n Cliarles 
Deford Isaac, (Benjamin Deford & Sons,) 4 

Cathedral 
Deford Richard S. clerk, 23 Penn 
Deford Thomas G. clerk B. & 0. R. R., 23 

Penn 
Deford Thomas, (Benj. Deford & Sons,) 105 

n Charles 
DE FORD CHARLES D. & CO. (G. T. 
De Ford, Wm Y. De Ford,) tobacco com- 
mission merchants and importers of Havana 
cigars and leaf tobacco, 37 s Gay 
De Ford Charles D. (C. D. De Ford & Co.) 

175 n Howard 
De Ford Charles D. jr., (C. D. De Ford & 

Co.) 135 Park 
De Ford George T. (Charles D. De Ford & 

Co.) 289 Madison av 
De Ford Wm. Y. (Chas. D. De Ford & Co.) 

42 Cathedral 
Degant Mrs. Margaret, laundress, 11 Hub- 
bard al 



Degaw Thos. city scavenger, 444 w Lombard 
Degele John F. watchmaker, 334 s Charles 
Degeler J. F. jewelry store, 354 s Charles 
Degenhart Andrew, tailor, 295 n Central av 
Degenhart August, carpenter, 295 n Central av 
Degenhardt George, tailor, 141 Spring 
Degg John, driver, 46 Henrietta 
De Glumer Louise, teacher, 51 Mt. Vernon 

place 
De Goey Charles, wharfinger. Chase's wharf, 

dw cor Thames and Philpot 
De Goey John, express wagoner, 48 Har- 
ford av 
De Goey William, hat store, 212 w Pratt 
De Goey Wm. W. clerk, 175 e Fayette 
Degorhast Frederick, baker, 189 Lexington 
Degraff George, laborer, 40 Lemmon 
Degraw William, blacksmith, 444 w Lombard 
Degroff Mrs. Sidney, 104 Ramsay 
Dehaven Wm. D. blacksmith, 203 Preston 
Dehl Herman, mariner, 166 s Wolfe 
Dehn Dr. Theodore, 55 Conway 
Dehn William, 321 Saratoga 
Dehoff George P. clerk, 112 Vine 
Dehoff Jesse, paper carrier, 112 Vine 
Dehr Conrad, laborer, Belairav, near Chester 
Deibel Henry, foreman (Gail & Ax,) 28 Barre 
Deibel Jacob, baker, 45 Marion 
Deibel Margaret, 45 Marion 
Deibel Peter, baker and confectionery, 724 w 

Baltimore 
Deibel Ulrich, tailor, 335 n Central av 
Deichel Henry, laborer, 61 Bank 
Deichelbohrer Michael, Fayette betw. Gist 

and Choptank 
Deichman Augustus, tinner, 281 s Paca 
Deichmuller Henry, laborer, rear 420 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Deil Barbara, 25 Ensor 
Deim John, shoemaker, 246 e Chase 
Deis Sylvester, laborer, 18 Fell 
Deisch Lewis C. bookkeeper, 2 Garden 
Deisner Hammond, shoemaker, 229 s Castle 
Deist John, tailor, 202 Cross 
Deist Martin, baker, 225 w Fayette 
Deitch Wm. carpenter, 174 n High 
Deiter Mrs, Catherine* 156 Raborg 
Deiter Elizabeth, matron Baltimore City Jail 
Deiter Ferdinand, baker, 134 s Caroline 
Deiter Philip, soldier, 156 Raborg 
Deiter Philip, jr. soldier, 156 Raborg 
Deiterich Leonhardt, dealer in second-hand 

furniture, li}4 Harrison 
Deiterich John, tailor, 41 Preston 
Deiterich Martin, brass finisher, 34 Holliday 
Deiterich Wm. baker, 328 s Bond 
Deitrich Andrew, tailor, 107 West 
Deitrick Lewis, bar keeper, 84 Barre 
Deitht Catherine, confectionery, 56 President 
Deitrel Nicholas, laborer, 25 s Spring 
Deitz Caspar, butcher, 555 e Fayette 
Deitz Conrad laborer, 304 s Sharp 
Deitz Henry, ship carpenter, 85 s Chester 
Deitz Joseph, cigar maker, 205 Orleans 
Deitz Reinhardt, grocery, 115 n Eutaw 
Deitz Wm. baker, 194 Hollins 
Deitzel Adam, 345 s Sharp 
Deitzel Margaret, grocery, 165 s Ann 
De La Franc Francis, photographer, over 23 

and 25 w Baltimore 
Delahay James C. agent, 20 George 
Delahay Jas. A. house carpenter, 169 German 
Delahay Jesse S. carpenter, 123 Conway 



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Delahay Wm. S. tinner, 20 George 
Delaney Dennis, carter, 2 Albemarle 
Delaney Capt. Edward, 127 Rank 
Delaney Mrs. Hannah, 137 w Biddle 
Delaney James, machinist, 91 Boyd 
Delaney John, gilder, Greene btw Fayette and 

Lexington 
Delaney Mary, artificial flowers, 70 Durst al 
Delaney Margaret, tailoress, 20 Buren 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, Chesapeake Iron 

Works, Canton 
Delano Mary Ann, 233 e Pratt 
Delano Wm. H. block and pump maker, 72 

w Pratt, dw233 e Pratt 
Delanty Wm. brickmaker, 251 Hanover 
Delany Chas. grocer, n e cor Pratt and Scott 
Delany Fannie, 61 s Eutaw 
Delany James J. butcher, 12 Belair market, 

dw 181 Chesnut 
Delaplane Joseph E. wagoner, 154 George 
Delauney Chas. boiler maker, 220 w Pratt 
Delauney Charles M., boiler maker, 220 w 

Pratt 
Delcher & Co., (G. B. Delcher, J. Elliott, 

Samuel Walker) fish dealers, 12 Fish Market 

space 
Delcher Edward W. produce dealer, 184 w 

Pratt, dw 89 n Bond 
Delcher George B. (Delcher & Co.) 265 Mul- 
berry 
Delcher Henry C. clerk, 89 n Bond 
Delcher James A. broker, 117 n Broadway 
Delcher John T. |minter, 174 Greenmouni av 
Delcher John, brewer, 79 Columbia 
Delcher John W. fish dealer and grocer, cor 

Harford and Central avs 
Delcher John S. brewer, 107 Hanover 
Decler Wm. C. carpenter, 35 McHenry 
Delcher W. G. painter, 511 w Lombard 
DELCHER WM. J., produce dealer and 

commission merchant, 155 w Pratt, dw 

Broadway n of Jefferson 
De Lacour Emma, teacher, 24 n Pine 
Delecour Salome, 24 n Pine 
•Delecour Wm. A. bricklayer, 315 Saratoga 
Dele vie Solomon, second-hand clothing, 2 

Harrison, dw 35 e Fayette 
Delevie Uriah, (Liebmand & Delevie) 14 e 

Fayette 
Delius Charles, (H. F. Alberti & Co.) 30 n 

Greene 
Delius John, shoemaker, 63 North 
Delker Jacob, carter, 6 Bouldin al 
Deli Mrs. Eliza, 485 w Baltimore 
Dell John E. bookkeeper, 11 s Howard 
Dell Lawrence G. bookbinder, lis Howard 
Dell Thos. E. bookbinder, 16 Cowpen al, 

over 6 n Howard, dw 11 s Howard 
Dell Wm. jr. bookbinder, 481 w Baltimore 
Dell Wm. A. bookbinder, 481 w Baltimore 
Delia George, carter, 60 Henrietta 
Delia John W. carter, 161 Montgomery 
Delia P. P. blacksm'h, 156 Washington, F. H 
Delia Peter D. nightman, 79 Hill 
Delia Susanna R. matron hospital, 161 Mont- 
gomery 
Delevie Isaac S. gents' furn. goods 
Dellevie Jetta, 392 w Fayette 
Dellevie John, (Liebman, Dellevie & Co.) 48 

Granby 
Dellevie Samuel, (Liebman, Dellevie & Co.) 

48 Granby 
Dellinger Lorenzo, shoemaker, 14 Union 



Deloughery Dr. Edward, 138 Saratoga 
DELPHEY GEORGE, livery stables, How- 
ard next to Franklin House, dw 241 n 
Howard 
Deltz Christian, blacksmith, 365 Saratoga 
DeMangin Francis A. 263 w Fayette 
Demary Edgar P. clerk U. S. Medical dep't, 

dw 7 Courtland 
Dernier Joseph, piano maker, 16 Diamond 
Demitz Charles, cooper, 26 Lee 
Demitz Henry F. tobacconist, 118)^ Light-st 

wharf, dw 21 Conway 
Demling Geo. tailor, Chapel betw. Baltimore 

and Lombard 
Demling John, tailor, 82 e Lombard 
Demling Nicliolas, laborer, 23 Perry 
Demm Conrad, tailor, 19 McElderry 
Demme George C. piano maker, 157 Burgun- 
dy al 
Demmet B. laborer, 29 Goodman al 
Dempsey John, clerk, 117 n Calvert 
Demjisey John M. moulder, 54 Leadenhall 
Dempsey Patrick, tailor, 93 Orleans 
Dempsey Sarah J. 28 n Exeter 
Dempsey Thomas C. fireman, 360 Light 
Dempsey Wm. saddler. 115 n Calvert 
Dempster Geo. E. bricklayer, 79 Cross 
Dempster John T. bricklayer, 79 Cross 
Dempster John, ]Dapcr hanger, 79 Cross 
Dempster Mrs. iVIary, tavern, 161 William 
Dempster Mrs. Mary, 119 Cross 
Demur .loseph, blacksmith, 29 Granby 
Demuih August, engineer, 160 s Spring 
Demuth Casper, blacksmith, 391 Canton av 
Demuth Fred'k H. shoemaker, 43 James al 
Demuth Geo. O. music teacher, 20 s Strieker 
Demuih John H. bricklayer, 407 Saratoga 
Demuth lliram, laborer, 43 James al 
Denabaum Samuel, tailor, 122 Lee 
Deneorer Francis, huckster, 15 Buren 
Dener Israel, second-hand store, 293 s Bond 
Deneson Edwin, mariner, 246 Canton av 
Dengel Mary C. 13 Penna. av 
Denger John, shoemaker, 200 Stirling 
Denges Peter, shoemaker, 22 Park 
Dengle Mrs. Sophia, fancy goods, 102 Ham- 
burg 
Dengler Wm. tailor, 264 n Central av 
Denhardt Conrad, tailor, 25 Gittings 
Denhardt Henry, tailor, 25 Gittings 
Denhardt John, cutter, 114 Thompson 
Denhardt Nicholas, piano maker, cor Peirce 

and Ogsden 
Denhari Casper, confectioner, 275 s Sharp 
Denhart John, tailor, 14 Thomsen 
Dening J. porter, 2 Albemarle 
Denninger John, drayman, 297 s Sharp 
Denis James, tailor, 34 Laurel 
Denison Andrew W. (Denison & Bro.) 13 s 

Gay 
Denison & Bros, grocers, 51 w Baltimore 
Denison David S. clerk, 13 s Gay 
Denison Henry C. (Denison & Bros.) 13 s 

Gay 
Denison Jane, 48 Division 
Denison James, plumber, 79 Watson 
DENISON JOHN M. stock broker, 85 w 

Second, dw 627 w Fayette 
Denison John, plasterer, 114 n Eden 
Denison Marcus, (M. Denison & Son,) 13 s 

Gay 
Denison Robert M. 73 Courtland 
Denison Mrs. Wm. 30 n Front 



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Denken Capt. Wm. mariner, 78 s Caroline 
Danker Gelirliard, cis:ar maker, 148 s Eulaw 
DENMEAD A. & W. & SON, monument 

foundry, n e cor Monument and North, and 

Iron sinpbuildei's, Boston near Elliott, Can- 
ton. — (See p. 38 Jiiivertisements.) 
Denmead Adam, (A. & W. Denmead & Son,) 

147 n Charles 
Denmead Edward, (A, & W. Denmead & 

Son,) 312 e Baltimore 
DENMEAD FRANCIS, proprietor city malt 

house. West Falls av. dw 96 w Monument 
Denmead Philip, pat. maker, 244 w Fayette 
Denmead Talljot, (A. & W. Denmead & 

Son,) ]90 n Calvert 
Denmead Wm. (A. &. W. Denmead &Son,) 

Melville, Baltimore county 
Dennel H. A. tailor, 109 s Ann 
Denney John, boardine; house, 52 Thames 
Denning- Ann, 2 Albemarle 
Denning John, porter, 2 Albemarle 
Dennison John, hack driver, 125 North 
Dennison Thomas H. (Fisher & Dennison,) 

102 n Eden 
Dennison Thomas J. custom house, dw 35 e 

Lombard 
Dennis Andrew T. cooper, 8 Rock 
Dennis Benj. M. sr. paper hanger, 8 Rock 
Dennis Benj. M. of Wm. cl'k, 456 Lexington 
Dennis Charles A. 318 Light 
Dennis Emory, paper hanger, 33 Poppleton 
Dennis Falden, carter, 179"Mullikin 
Dennis Francis U. shoemaker, 596 w Pratt 
Dennis Geo. W. paper hanger, 82 n Fremont 
Dennis Grafton, bartender, 14 Rock 
Dennis James M. paper hanger, 16 Rock 
Dennis Joseph, upholsterer, 32 n Poppleton 
Dennis James U. attorney, 134 Park 
Dennis Oliver, dyer, 337 Lexington 
Dennis Thomas S. paper hanger, 14 Rock 
Dennis Wm. H. bricklayer, 62 n Fremont 
Dennis Wm. cooper, 8 Rock 
Dennis Wm. A. carpenter, 239 Conway 
Denny Mrs. C. seamstress, 268 s Charles 
Denny Catherine, confectioner, 268 s Charles 
Denny Mrs. E. T. 114 e Pratt 
Denny F. M. cabinet maker, 65 s Broadway 
Denny George W. 30 Laurel 
Denny George, carpenter, 12 Gough 
Denny James, barkeeper, 63 Penna. av 
Denny James E. carpenter, 30 Laurel 
Denny John, 212 Montgomery 
Denny Owen, tavern, 52 Camden 
Denny Peter, laborer, 30 Plum 
Denny R. Augustus, clerk Citizens Bank, dw 

3 Franklin 
Denny Rosa, 104 Cathedral 
Denny Stephen T. gilder, 396 w Fayette 
Denny Mrs. Dr. Theodore, 70 St. Paul 
Denny Thos. 0. clerk, 114 e Pratt 
Denny Wm. H. clerk, 30 Laurel 
Denny Wm. H. clerk, 238 n Caroline 
Denoe Thomas, grocer, 658 w Baltimore, dw 

49 n Strieker 
Denoe Washington B. clerk, 30] Hollins 
DENSON ISAAC M. &BliCK, (I. M. Den- 
.. son, Jos. A. Buck,) metals, furs, paper 

stock, &c. 100 Light-st wharf 
Denson Isaac M. (Isaac M. Denson & Buck,) 

143 n Exeter 
Denson John, cabinet maker, 27 n Greene 
Dentry Mrs. Catherine, mender of china, 40 

Pearl 



Dentry Henry, china mender, 66 n Fremont 

Dentz Louis, barkeeper, 4 s Gay 

Denver Thomas, soap boiler, Patuxent betw. 

Elliott and O'Donnell 
Denvy John, 59 Clay 
Deorfin Jacob, tailor, 51 McElderry 
De Pass John, police, 124 Jefferson 
Depeape John, rigger, 180 s Ann 
Depkin Ernest A. cutter, 89 w Lombard 
Depfer Wm. laborer, 188 William 
DEPKIN HENRY, merchant tailor, 89 w 

Lombard, dw 57 n Liljerty 
Depo Sarah, washerwoman, 61 Chatsworth 
Deppert Joseph T. shoemaker, 102 Somerset 
Deppish Francis, cooper. Brown al near Low 
Deppish Francis, carpenter, 213 e Monument 
Deppish John, tinner, 213 e Monument 
Deppish W. J. cedar cooper, 213 e Monument 
Depro Lenora, 267 s Ann 
Deran Joseph I. clerk, 149 n Exeter 
Derbreck Elizabeth, 44 s Central av 
Derenberger & Brother, (Geo. Derenberger, 
Jacob Derenberger,) confectioners, 67 Dru- 
id Hill av 
Derenberger David, confectioner, 479 Saratoga 
Derenberger George, 362 Franklin 
Derenberger Jacob, (Derenberger & Bro.) 67 

Druid Hill av 
Derfler Martin, laborer, 105 Eastern av 
De'ring Fred'k, porter, 77 e Lombard 
Dering Philip, tailor, 49 n Eutaw 
Derk John, laborer, 184 s Ann 
Derlin Charles, umbrellas, parasols, hats and 

caps, 14 s Sharp 
De Ronceray Mrs. H. Rosalie, 91 Barre 
DerrChristoph. wood sawyer, 20 Dewberry al 
DERR E. L. commission merchant, 3 s Cal- 
vert 
Derr John, pattern maker, 753 w Baltimore 
Derr John, porter. 111 Vine 
Derr John P. 3 s Calvert 
Derr John P. commission merchant, 45 Sara- 
toga 
Derr Samuel B carpenter, 441 w Lombard 
Derr Theodore, clerk, 139 Druid Hill av 
Derr William, basket maker, 304 Aliceanna 
Derr Wm. C. carpenter, 706 w Baltimore 
Derrer John, horse doctor, 214 Canton av 
Derrick Sebastian, cooper, 32 Bank 
Derry James, tavern, 195 s Caroline 
Ders Frederick, laborer, 350 Washington 

Road 
Desal Andrew, 136 s Spring 
Desch Casper, bookkeeper, 132 n Howard 
Desch Henry, blacksmith ,-155 Penna. av 
DES FORGES JOHN P. antiquarian book 
dealer and numismatist, 12 Light, dw 642 
w Baltimore 
Deshays Mortimer, carpenter, 7 Webster al 
Deshields Olivia, 76 McElderry 
Deshill Mitchell, mariner, rear of 27 Aisquith 
DESHON CHRISTOPHER M. coal dealer, 

3 s Sharp, dw 34 Pine 
Deshon John W. shoemaker, 57 Ensor 
Desmond Patrick, soldier, 39 Eastern av 
Despeaux Anthony, ship carpent'r 22 Pliilpot 
Despeaux Anthony jr. spar maker, 95 Gough 
Despeaux Elizabeth, fancy store, 197 e Pratt 
Despeaux Joseph D. cutter, 128 n Eden 
Despommiers Eugene, teacher of French, 77 

Cathedral 
Despommiers Eugene, teacher of French, 271 
Madison 



JTABIES H. aOHNSON, City Stenm Firewood MIUs— Warren's Fire and AVater-prooff 
Roofing, and Patent Neoteric Smoking Tubes, over 99 W. Baltlmore-st. 



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Desvarreux James, shoe findings, 164 n Gay 
Detenthaller Jose|)h, butcher, 42 s Regester 
Detering Frederick, wagon maker, 600 w 

Pratt 
Deters Benjamin, 196 Hamburg 
Detterwich Dorotha, 38 Preston 
Detz Francis, laborer, G Gist 
Deuber Conrad, roller, 102 s Washington, F. P 
Deupert Isadore, driver, 329 Eastern av 
Deusc Frederick, tailor, 19 n Pearl 
Deutsch Rev. Dr. Solomon, 68 n Exeter 
Devar Mrs: Eliza, 224 Lemmon al 
Devaugh Ann, 6 Gough 
Devaugh Wm. spike cutter, 6 Gough 
Deveraux James, shoemaker, 40 Willow 
Devalin Charles E. engineer U. S. N., 46 n 

Front 
Devalin Hugh, smith in general, 89 Harrison, 

dw 46 n Front 
Devalin John H. blacksmith, 46 n Front 
Devan John, carpenter, 32 Rock 
Devan Mrs. Julia, 32 Rock 
Dever Rebecca, 35 n Amity 
Develin Henry, cooper, 154 Harford av 
Devenny Robert J. drayman, 112Granby 
Deverk James, shoemaker, 15 Willow 
Deville Francis, hair dresser,«117 w Baltimore, 

dw Park av extended 
Deville Francis, Druid Hill av near entrance 

to Park 
Devine Francis, fireman, over 3 w Lombard 
Devine Margaret, cook, 18 Biddle al 
Devine Patrick, laborer, 6 e Bath 
Devine Patrick, laborer, 253 Cross 
Devine Wm. soldier, 15 L McElderry 
Deviney Catherine, 5 Perry 
Devinny Mary, shoebinder, 205 e Lombard 
Devlin Felix P. grocery, 24 Ensor 
Devlin Joseph, baggage master, 131 Columbia 
Devlin John, carter, 250 e Madison 
Devlin John, salesman, 75 Lexington 
Devire Jerry, teamster, 10 South 
Devre Wm. T. soldier, 80 e Baltimore 
Devre Wm. farmer, 80 e Baltimore 
Devries C.(Wm. Devrius&Co.) Eutaw house 
DEVRIES WM. & CO. .(Wm. Devries, C. 
J- Devrits of S., Wm. R. Devries, S. Kimmel, 
/V' G. E. Ducker,) wholesale dry goods, 312 
\ w Baltimore 
Devries Wm. (Devries & Co.) 74 w Mon- 
t ument 
-T — ©gvries Wm. R., (Devries & Co.,) 115 w 
I Monument 

Dew Dr. James, agent, 179 Saratoga 
Dew John, carpenter, 164 e bluger 
Dew Wm., pattern maker, 51 Scott 
Dewall George W., clerk, 183 German 
Dewalt Christopher, engineer, 100 William 
Dewalt Wm. H., machinist, 108 William 
Deweyr Michael, blacksmith, 99 n Central av 
De Witt Mrs. Juliana, 8 Cathedral 
Dewling Thomas, blacksmith, 137 Cross 
Dexler Ferdinand, laborer, 180 s Spring 
Dexon Emery Y. M., clerk, 181 Mulberry 
Dexter Charles, baker, 136 Lexington 
Dexter Oliver, baker, 103 Lee 
De Young Thomas J., brass finisher, 246 e 

Madison 
Diacont Adam, confectioner, 199 s Bond 
Dialogue John H., machinist, 43 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Diamond James, cooper, 20 Philpot, dw 143 

s Ann 



Dibb James, fireman, 105 s Poppleton 
Dibb Wm., laborer, 152 n Spring 
Dibbell D. S., salesman, 228 n Charles 
Dibel George, carpenter, 255 Montgomery 
Dibert John, laborer, 210 s Durham 
Dice Margaret, tailoress, 257 West 
Dichelborer Xavier, butcher, 37 Fell's Point 

market, dw Harford av near city limits 
Dickel Conrad, silk weaver, 38 Holiday 
Dickel George H., tailor, 49 German 
Dickel Henry, butcher, 53 Belair market, dw 

Belair av near city limits 
Dickel John, shoemaker, 126 William 
Dick(;ns Henry, rope maker, 30 Gittings 
Dickerson Capt. George W., stevedore, 194 e 

Pratt 
Dickerson Miss Margaret, 175 Saratoga 
Dickerson Mrs. Mary, tavern, 161 Eastern av 
Dickerson Peter, carpenter, 637 w Lombard 
DICKEY CHARLES E. & CO., (Charles 
E. Dickey,) distillers, 108 n Howard, dw 
C. E. D., Huntington av nr Charles, extnd 
Dickey George S., 9 s Eutaw 
Dickey George VV., restaurant, 9 n Frederick 
Dickey John J., laborer, 446 w Lombard 
Dickey Robert L., clerk, 19 Chew 
Dickey Wm. J., manufac. of plaids, checks, 
linseys, &c., office 21 German, dw 309 w 
Fayette 
Dickey Wm., tavern, 169 Eastern av 
Dickharat Charles, 62 King 
DICKINSON ARTHUR, bookseller and sta- 
tioner, 514 w Baltimore, dw 411 w Lombard 
Dickinson Mrs. Bernetta, 186 Montgomery 
DICKINSON & CHAPPELL, (P. E. Dick- 
inson, F. W. Chappell,) ship chandlers and 
commission merchants, 95 South 
Dickinson David A., 24 North 
Dickinson Edward, 142 n Charles 
Dickinson Mrs. Elizabeth, 202 s Charles 
Dickinson Ella, 142 n Charles 
Dickinson Gideon, carpenter, 411 w Lombard 
Dickinson Jas. A., bookkeeper, 281 s Charles 
Dickinson John S., (Whedbee «&. Dickinson,) 

39 Courtland 
Dickinson Col. Joseph, U. S. A., 21 Har- 
ford av 
Dickinson P. Eugene, (Dickinson & Chap- 
pell,) 19 s Howard 
Dickinson Susan, 202 s Charles 
Dickinson Wm. T., 164 w Lombard 
Dicks John, laborer, 105 s Chapel 
Dickson Mrs. Agnes, 283 Saratoga 
Dickson Rev. Cyrus, 297 Lexington 
Dickson James, 28 s Ann 
Dickson James A. 28 s Ann 
Dickson John, butcher, 1 Hanover market, 

dw 110 Columbia 
Dickson Dr. John, 261 Madison av 
Dickson John, tinner, 283 Saratoga 
Dickson Margaret, 29 Orchard 
Dicus Elizabeth, 10 Bolton 
Dicus Mrs. Margaret, 10 Bolton 
Diddlemeyer Josepli, rag dealer, 179 s Durham 
Dideman John, sawmaker, 239 s Bethel 
Didier Mrs. Edmund, 74 Cathedral 
Didier Eugene L. stenographer, 56 George 
Didier Henry A. insurance agent, 57 Second, 

(up stairs) dw 19 Read 
Didier Mrs Julia, 56 George 
Diebel George, house carpenter, 255 Hanover 
Diebitsch Johanna, 4 Pearl 
Dieckman John H. laborer, 202 Hanover 



Sblrte, Drawers, Socks, Gloves, Hosiery, Suspenders, Cheapest and Best, at RAY- 
MOND, BURTON & CO'S, 168 Baltimore-st., near Calvert. 



SMITH 



BROS. & CO., 40 W. Baltimore-st., Famous for their Choice 
Stock of Clothing for Men's and Boys' Wear. 



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Dieckner Hersh, peddler, 42 n Spring 
Diedrick John, tailor, 387 w Pratt 
Dieffenbach Chas. H. (Moore & Dieffenbach,) 

203 Hanover 
Diegalman Vincent, milkman, Harford av nr 

city limits 
Diegal Adam, furniture wagon, 195 Eastern av 
Diegan Thomas, laborer, 32 Binney 
Diehl Mrs. Barbary, 849 w Pratt 
• Diehl Henry, stevedore, 181 s Bond 

Diehl Henry, pumpmaker, 9 Hammond al 
Diehl John W. barber, 181 e Pratt 
Diehl Ludwig, teacher, 166 s Wolfe 
Diel John, tobacconist, 312 s Charles 
Dieltz Christian, blacksmith, 365 Saratoga 
Diering Christopher, cooper, 135 Henrietta 
Diering Conrad, laborer, 849 w Pratt 
DIERING HERMAN F. tavern, 4 Patterson 
Diering H. Lewis, 181 s Washington, F. P. 
Diering H. F. clerk, 181 s Washington, F. P. 
DIEPtlNG H. L. sr. wholesale liquor dealer, 

40 e Pratt, dw 181 s Washington, F. P. 
Dierker Henry, laborer, 88 York 
Dierker Wm. clerk, 88 York 
Diene August, clerk, 52 n Paca 
Dietel Andrew, laborer, 356 Penna. av 
Dieterick Louis, artist, 55 Lee 
Dieter Mrs. Adelaide, 7 Orchard| 
Dieter & Johnson, (Mrs. M. Dieter & F. 

Johnson,) paper hangings, 28 n Howard 
Dieter Mrs. Margaret, (Dieter & Johnson,) 

96 Saratoga 
Dieter Louis, paper hanger, 96 Saratoga 
Dieterly Christopher F. bookkeeper, 11 Mc 

Elderry 
Dietrich Adam, shoemaker, 354 s Charles 
Dietrich Adam, jr. boots and shoes, 205 w 

Fayette 
Dietrich Caspar, cooper, 95 Washington, F.H. 
Dietrich Daniel, laborer, 96 n Ann 
Dietrich Frederick, huckster, 35 n Paca 
Dietrich Frederick, bookkeeper, 37 Lee 
Dietrich Hendrick, varnisher, 62 s Central av 
Dietrich Henry, second-hand furniture, 62 s 

Central av 
Dietrich John B. bookkeeper, 39 Light 
Dietrich John B. bookkeeper, 124 Raborg 
Dietrich John, tailor, 239 e Biddle 
Dietrich John, shoemaker, 747 w Baltimore 
Dietrich John, tailor, 58 James al 
Dietrich John H. shoemaker, 19 Jackson ct 
Dietrich Philip, shoemaker, 347 w Fayette 
Dietriechs Martin, restaurant, 392 Canton av 
Dietsch Amelia C, 2 Garden 
Dietsch Ferdinand F., clerk, 2 Garden 
Dietsch Philopoena, 2 Garden 
Dietz Cornelia J., dressmaker, 103 Camden 
Dietz C, cabinet maker, 56 King 
Dietz Frank, carver, 56 King 
Dietz George, shoemaker, 3] s Wolfe 
Dietz George, baker, 157 s Bond 
Dietz George, brewer, Belair av nr Choptank 
Dietz George P., cabinet maker, 103 Camden 
Dietz Henry, furn. wagon, 200 Hollins 
Dietz Jacob, varnisher, over 265 w Pratt 
Dietz John, varnisher, 6 Josephine 
Dietz John, grinder, 255 n Dallas 
Dietz John, porter, 25 New Church 
Dietz John B., clothier, 204 w Pratt 
Dietz Joseph, cigar maker, 205 Orleans 
Dietz Lawrence D., Cowpen al, rear 308 and 

310 w Baltimore 
Dietz Lorenz, carpenter, 336 s Sharp 



DIETZ LAWRENCE D. & CO., 
Importers and Wholesale Deal- 
ers in Notions, Hosiery, Fancy 
Goods and Vai'ieties, 308 and 
310 West Baltimore street, be- 
tween Howard and Liberty Sts. 
— [See leaf front of Business Directory and 
lines outside front cover page.\ 



Dietz Louis, cabinet maker, 56 King 
Dietz Michael, carter, 83 Cambridge 

Dietz Mrs. , 648 Light 

Dietzel Adam, tailor, 334 s Bond 

Dietzel Adam, tailor, 63 Bank 

Dietzel Adam, cooper, 336 s Sharp 

Dietzer Adam, laborer, 3 n Wolfe 

Dietzwek Franz, shoemaker, 355 e Lombard 

Diez John, cutter, 270 Canton av 

Diffenbaugh Christopher, shoemaker, 199 e 

Madison 
Diffendall Charles, brakesman, 186 Ramsay 

Diifendall Mrs. , 13 George al 

Diffendall Mrs. Emily, dress maker, 90 St. 

Peter , 

Diffenderffer Charles, 612 Lexington 
Diffenderffer Edward, carpenter, 644 w Bal- 
timore 
Diffenderffer Elizabeth A., 183 n High 
Diffenderffer George S., bookkeeper, 21 South 
Diffenderffer Harry, clerk, 1 s High 
Diffenderffer James P., carpenter, 27 s Carey 
Diffenderffer John R., finisher, 459 Lexington 
Diffenderffer John P., clerk, 417 w Fayette 
Diffenderffer John F., inspector, 87 e Pratt 
Diffenderffer Dr. Michael, 1 s High 
Diffenderffer Michael, jr., clerk, 1 s High 
Diffenderffer Octavius, (Charles H. Ross & 

Co.,) 80 6 Pratt 
Diffenderffer 0., 80 e Pratt 
Diffenderffer Robert, ship joiner, 12 George 
Diffey Alexander, blacksmith, 494 w Pratt 
Diffey Mrs. Mary, 58 s Poppleton 
Diffey Owen, machinist, 660 w Pratt 
Diffley John, stone mason, 40 Harford av 
Digges Dudley, bookkeeper, 574 Lexington 
Diggs Beverly, carpenter, 63 s Eden 
Diggs Charles F., secretary Balto. Coal Co., 

over 6 South, dw 23 n Calvert 
Diggs Daniel E., printer, 209 Gough 
Diggs Edward G., sec'y and treasu'r Balti- 
more Cemetery Co., over 6 South, dw 11 n 
Exeter 
Diggs Henry, clerk, 63 s Eden 
Diggs Henry S., clerk, 63 s Eden 
Diggs James, clerk, 86 n Calvert 
Diggs J. Wesley S. clerk, 63 s Eden 
Diggs John W. shipsmith, 60 n Central av 
DIGGS JOHN R. fancy goods, toys, &c. 

219 w Baltimore, dw 224 w Hoffman 
Diggs Richard H. & Son, (R. H. Diggs. Sam- 
uel J. Diggs,) feed store, 258 s Caroline, dw 
91 s Broadway 
Diggs Samuel J. (R. H. Diggs «& Son,) 256 e 

Pratt 
Diggs Capt. Wm. J. 13 Bevan 
Digan Mary, 16 n Amity 
Dignal Peter, drayman, 21 Perry 
Dignan Annie, 55 s Caroline 
Dignan Mary, 182 Constitution 
Dignan Mary, grocery, 9 Comet 



O, HE^TRT GIESE, Commission merchant, for the gale ot Floor, Grain, Seeds, &c. 
Rosendale Cement and Calolned Plaster constantly on hand, Sil Spear's 'Wharf. 



Call at the Popular Clothing House, No. 40. 



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Digiian Jerome, laborer, 9 Comet 
Dill August, shoemaker, 317 s Charles 
Dill Catherine, 187 n Howard 
Dill Charles, tailor, 141 n Bond 
Dill Frederick, cooper, 295 s Sharp 
Dill John, laborer, Fulton n of McHenry 
Dillahunt John, huckster, 229 Harford av 
Dillahunt John G. tobacconist, 171 e Balti- 
more 
Dillaway Theodore, 265 w Biddle 
Dillaway Thomas, clerk, 265 w Biddle 
Dillehunt John T. huckster, 229 Harford av 
Dillebunt Letitia, 110 Henrietta 
Dillehunt Wm. driver, 165 Eastern av 
Dillehunt William cabinet maker, 229 Har- 
ford av 
Dillfelder John G. cooper, 179 s Washington, 

F. P. 
Dillfelder John G. cooper, 193 s Regester 
Dillman Wm. R. pocket book maker, 322 

Saratoga 
Dillon A. H. jr. agent Connecticut Mutual 
Life Ins. Co. 58 Exchange Place, dw 28 s 
Sharp 
Dillon Jeremiah J. grocery and feed, 109 Ca- 
thedral 
Dillovv Wm. tinner, Baltimore co. 
Dilfelt Geo. cooper, Regester near Lancaster 
Dilworth Oliver, huckster, 43 Druid Hill av 
Dimal Lawrence, tailor, 4 Walker 
Dimbler Mrs. Margaret, 674 w Pratt 
Dime Savings Bank, 9 Calvert, opposite Bar- 

num's hotel 
Dimmling Charles F. butcher, 32 Fells Point 

Market, dw Castle near Monument 
Dimmling John, laborer, 73 Grindall 
Dimmitt Charles E. clerk, 68 n Liberty 
Dimig Nicholas, laborer, 8 Green's ct 
Dimond Hugh, laborer, 99 Cambridge 
Dinigan Thomas, laborer, 71 Somerset 
Dingfelder Anth'y, shoemaker, 143 L Greene 
Dinger Chas. F. tobacconist, 801 w Baltimore 
Dingle Valentine, blacksmith, 8 Armistead la 
Dinkle Geo. carpenter, 468 Canton av 
Dinon Maurice, laborer, 139 n Front 
Dinnish John, shoemaker, 245 s Ann 
Dinman Henry, manner, 49 n Caroline 
Dinsmore Miss Charlotte, 95 Pearl 
Dinsmore David, stevedore, Clinton s of Bos- 
ton 
Dinsmore James A. machinist, 476 Saratoga 
Dinsmore & Kyle, (A. B. Kyle,) wholesale 

grocers and com. merchants, 156 w Pratt 
Dinsmore Margaret, 15 Stiles 
Dinsmore Mrs. Rosanna, 21 s Republican 
Dinsmore John T. moulder, 15 Stiles 
Dinstbeer Geo. porter, 10 Harmony la 
Dippel Geo. flour and feed, 103 Franklin, dw 

n e cor Dolphin and Bolton 
Dippel Sophia, confectionery, 119 Bank 
Dippel William, cabinetmaker, 189 s Bond 
Dirschner John C. shoemaker, 875 w Pratt 
Dirk Sebastian, cooper, 338 Bank 
Disler Mrs. Sarah, 19 Walker 
Disney Andrew J. soldier, 35 Bevans 
Disney Mrs. Elizabeth, 167 Bank 
Disney Mrs. Elizabeth, 192 s Paca 
Disney George W. iron roller, 133 s Caroline 
Disney Mrs. H. Ann, Patterson lane, bet. 

York and Harford avs 
Disney John, puddler, 65 s Oregon 
Disney John W. painter, 160 L. Greene 
Disney John W. painter, 182 Conway 



Disney Oliver M ., Port Warden, dw 182 Con- 
way 

Disney Richard E. painter, 144 Camden, dw 
206 Conway 

Disney Richard P. huckster, 131 Conway 

Disney Wm. H. boiler maker, 223 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 

Disney Wm. H. carter, 172 s Washington, 
F. P. 

Dissey Rev. P., St. Mary'sSeminary,Penna. 
av near St. Mary 

Distebart George, lock and gunsmith, 147 
Chesnut 

Ditchmore Peter, laborer, 20 s Oregon 

Oilman Thomas M. clerk, n wcor Ensor and 
East 

Ditman Wm. H. clerk. Chase near Caroline 

Diuenberger Mrs. Elizabeth, 362 Franklin 

Ditter Mrs, Caroline, 28 Laurel 

Ditter Charles, shoemaker, 119 Low 

Ditter David, laborer, 28 Laurel 

Ditter Elizabeth, matron Baltimore city jail, 
28 Laurel 

Dittman Godfrey, baker, 196 Montgomery 

Dittman Harman, cigar factory, over 85.Ex- 
change place, dw 72 Hill 

Dittman John H. sr., wood, 28 Gough 

Dittman John H. jr. 28 Gough 

Dittrich August R. (F. Dittrich & Bro.) 
Washington, D. C. 

Dittrich F. & Bro. (F. Dittrich, A. R. Ditt- 
rich,) cap manufacturers, 178 n Gay 

Dittrich Francis, (F. Dittrich & Bro.) 167 n 
Exeter 

Dittus J. Frederick, butcher, 87 Centre and 
24 Lexington markets, dw Butchers' row, 
Penna. av extended 

Dittus Wm. butcher, Penna. av near North- 
ern av 

Ditzell Frederick, tailor, 276 Eastern av 

Divar Mrs. Bridget, Hull bet Marriott and 
Nicholson 

Diven Edward R. super't City Railway cars, 
93 Lexington 

Diven Edward T. carter, 150 e Madison 

Diven Edward T. conductor, 102 s Carey 

Diven Geo. E. moulder, 149 HoUins 

Diven James W. 937 Lexington 

Diven John, laborer, 147 Hollins 

Diven Mary Ann, seamstress, 94 Hollins 

Diver Elizabeth, tavern, 151 Eastern av 

Divin Mary, 7 Hume 

Divine Robert E. confectioner, 80 n Howard 

Divuis Leo, watchmaker,' 128 n Central av 

Dix Edward H. soliciting agent, 147 e Fayette 

Dix Edward H. 124 s Paca 

Dix J. Franklin, (Dix & Steiner,) 257 n Eu- 
taw 

Dix Preston, trader, 244 w Fayette 

DIX & STEINER, (J. F. Dix, P. 
B. Steiner,) Importers and Deal- 
ers in Foreign Fruits, Cigars, &c., 
No. 112 Lombard street. 

Dix Wm. clerk, 125 n Eutaw 

Dix Wm. laborer, 35 Front 

Dix Wm. W. 93 e Fayette 

Dixon Augustus, bricklayer, 882 w B Itimore 

Dixon Bradley S. dry goods, 716 w Baltimore 

Dixon Mrs. Bridget, 36 McHenry • 

Dixon Charles, 146 Preston 



AUG. G. MKVER & CO., Maiiiifaciiirers of Wliite Lead, Zinc, Putty, liainpblack, Gln«« 
Neatsfoot Oil, Saltpetre, Paiuta and Varuialies, 100 W. Lombard Stiert. 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, No. 40 W. 

Baltimore Street. 



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Dixon Charles A. bricklayer, 3 Vincent 
Dixon Daniel, boiler maker, 694 w Pratt 
Dixon Dennis B. M. clerk Circuit Court Cal- 
vert Co., 75 n Broadway 
Dixon E. Wise, clerk, 181 Mulberry 
Dixon Isaac, clerk, 181 w Lombard 
Dixon Isaac, laborer, 87 Washington, F. H 
Dixon Jas., jr. (W.T. Dixon & Bro.) Foun- 
tain Hotel, Light near Baltimore 
Dixon James, laborer, 194 East 
DIXON JOHN A. J brickmaker, 415 Light 
Dixon John H. blacksmith, 555 w Baltimore 
Dixon John B. clerk, 49 Lexington 
Dixon John, painter, 36 McHenry 
Dixon John C. butcher, 121 Columbia 
Dixon Joseph, boiler maker, 51 McHenry 
Dixon Matthew J. gilder, 36 McHenry 
Dixon Patrick, laborer, 29 s Paca 
Dixon Robert, mate, 142 Cross 
Dixon R. W. K. & Co. (R. W. Dixon, C. 
B. Jones) com. merchant, 95 Smith's wharf 
Dixon R. W. K. (R. W. K Dixon & Co.) 

167 Cathedral 
Dixon Thomas, caq)enter, 57 s Schroeder 
Dixon Thomas, architect, over 117 w Balti- 
more, dw Mt. Washington, Baltimore Co 
Dixon Wm. J. T. 181 Mulberry 
DIXON WM. T. & BROTHER, (Wm. T. 
Dixon, J. Dixon, jr) wholesale dealers boots, 
shoes, hats and cajis, 306 w Baltimore 
Dixon Wm. T. (Wm. T. Dixon & Bro.) 49 

Lexington 
Doalman George H. sawyer, 117 Albemarle 
Doanefelzer Ludwig, cooper, 18 Bank 
Dobaker Adam, 91 s Fremont 
Doback Mary, washerwoman, 61 China 
Dobbin Eliza, laundress, 13 Comet 
Dobbin Francis M. laborer, 15 Josephine 
DOBBIN GEORGE W., attorney, office and 

dw 42 St. Paul 
DOBBIN JOflxN, coach and livery stable, 32 

High, dw 26 
Dobbyn Appolonia, 3 St. Mary's ct 
Dobbyn George W. harness maker, 45 Chats- 
worth 
Doberer John, Louisiana House, 199 Lex- 
ington 
Dobler Mrs. A. C. trimmings, 163 e Balti- 
more 
DOBLERDANIEL,paper box manufacturer, 

49 Lewis, dw 88 n Central av 
Dobler David, clerk, 156 n Front 
Dobler Frederick, clerk, 156 n Front 
Dobler George, clerk, 163 e Baltimore 
Dobler Gustavus A. salesman, 88 n Central av 
Dobkr J. T. letter .'arrier, 229 e Baltimore 
Dobler Jacob, clerk, 163 e Baltimore 
Dobler John, bookkeeper, 158 n Front 
Dobler Kate, teacher, 163 e Baltimore 
Dobler Thomas J. 177 s Chester 
Dobson Charles J. painter, 246 e Lombard 
Dobson George H. (Johnson & Dobson) 26 

Sjiring row 
Dobson John A. china, glass and queensware, 

24 s Charles, dw 132 w Fayette 
Dobson John A. agent for R. Edwards, jr. 24 

s Charles 
Dobson John T. shoemaker, 280 Aisquith 
Dobson Robert H. shoemaker, 90 Jefferson 
Dobson Thomas H. painter, 269 e Lombard 
Dobson Wm. bricklayer, 100 Jefferson 
Dochtermann Conrad, cabinet maker, 203 
Light 



Dodd Daniel, jr. huckster, 147 s Chester] 
Dodd Joseph L. shoemaker, 98 n Poppleton 
Dodge George R. & Co. (G. R. Dodge, W. 
H. Gillard) artists and painters store, 42 w 
Baltimore 
Dodge George R. (George R. Dodge &. Co.) 

26 n Eutaw 
Dodge John W. (Brooke Bros. & Co.) 262 e 

Baltimore 
Dooson George A. re.staurant, 38 Hill 
Dndson George W. laborer, 160 s Wolfe 
Dodson John W. soldier, 889 w Baltimore 
Dodson Richard S. bookkeeper, Fountain 

Hotel, dw 691 Lexington 
Dodson Thaddeus C. carpenter, 87 Albemarle 
Doebel A. shoemaker, 54 s Durham 
Doebel Casper, shoemaker, 352 Canton av 
DoeSer Martin, sawyer, 41 s Durham 
Doefler Michael, tailor, 40 s Durham 
Doel William, baker, 120 Low 
Doeller Christopher, oil manufacturer, 53 

Fawn 
Doenges Ernst, shoemaker, 574 w Baltimore 
Doen(;es Francis, furniture wagoner, 3.33 s 

Charles 
Doenges Philip, vinegar depot, 141 King 
Doenhart John, tailor, 52 Raborg 
Doepliiz Solomon, millinery and fancy goods, 

114 Lexington 
Doering Christian, shoemaker, 796 w Balti- 
more 
DOERLXG GEORGE, restaurant, 796 w 

Baltimore 
Doerr Henry, grocer, 16 Park 
DOERR JOHN, housefurnlshing goods, 136 

n Eutaw. — [Seep. \3 ^idvertlsements.] 
Doersh George, shoemaker. 58 s Central av 
Doft George, tin and sheet iron worker, 164 n 

Exeter 
Doged Mrs. Eliza, 19fi e Fayette 
Doged Martin H. clerk, 196 e Fayette 
Dogi-d Miss Sallie, teacher, 96 e Fayette 
DU'GGETT PETER, bar tender, 36Towson 
Dogge Charles, laborer, 375 s Eutaw 
Doherty M. & E. (Mary Doherty, blliza Do- 

herty,) dry goods, 223 Lexington 
Dohm Franklin, carpenter, 87 n Greene 
Dohme Louis, (Sharp & Dohme,) 263 w 

Pratt 
Dohme Charles E. clerk, 5 w Baltimore 
Dolime Charles, clerk, over 63 w Second 
Dohoney Rodolphus V. machinist, i55 Gar- 
den 
Dolan James, laborer, 220 Penna. av 
Dolan James, laborer, s w cor Dover and 

Fulton 
Dolan Rev. James, 112 s Broadway 
Dolan John, laborer, 460 n Gay 
Dolan John, stone cutter, 30 Thomsen 
Dolan John, clerk, 212 e Lombard 
Dolan Mrs. Maria, 133 s Paca 
Dolan Mary Ann, seamstress, 525 w Lombard 
Dolan Morris, currier, 2 New Church 
Dolan Patrick, stone mason, 72 s Payson 
Dolan Patrick, 122 Harford av 
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith, 270 e Pratt 
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith, 177 n Dallas 
Dolckell John, tailor, 313 e Lombard 
Dold Rev. Henry, 101 Saratoga 
Doleman John, laborer, 117 Elliott 
Dolfifld Alexander Y. clerk Franklin Bank, 

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Dolfield Frederick, grocer, 188 s Bond 



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Dolin Valentine, laborer, 10 s Regester 

Doll Annie, teacher, 62 s Poppleton 

Doll Christian, 87 Grindall 

Doll Daniel, receiver of trains Mount Clare 

station, dw 62 s Poppleton 
Doll George, laborer, 109 West 
Doll George, 56 Carlton 
Doll Lewis, curled hair, Frederick av 
Doll Leander,(^Fangnieyer& Doll) 127 s Paca 
Doll Jacolj, junk dealer, 21 Gough 
Doll John H. salesman, 165 w Fayette 
Dolle Lawrence, cabinet maker, 151 Vine 
DoUinger Frederick, laborer, 114 s Spring 
Dollinger John, butcher, 30 Belair and 90 Cen- 
tre markets, dw Baltimore Co 
Dollinger Peter, huckster, 71 Preston 
Dollison Frank, laborer, 22 Ryan 
Dolphin Francis, butcher, 291 s Eutaw 
Dolphin Francis, pork and beef inspector, 201 

Mulberry 
Dolphin Alex, clerk, 175 s Washington, F. P 
Dolwine Joseph, harness maker, 8 Booth 
Dolman Mrs. Matilda, 117 Albemarle 
Doman John, 21 e Fayette 
Dome Mrs. Isabella, 30 Lee 
Domney John, plasterer, 86 e Fayette 
Domling, George, tailor, 4 n Wolfe 
Donaghy John J. clerk, 293 n Howard 
Donald Margaret L. 178 Preston 
Donaldson Catherine, 99 n Charles 
Donaldson David, miller, 128 Jefferson 
Donaldson Captain Edward, U. S. N., 30 

Franklin 
DONALDSON DR. FRANK, 111 n Charles 
Donaldson John, baggage express, P. W. & 

B. R. R , 62 Fawn 
Donaldson John I. jr., 30 Franklin 
Donaldson Mrs. Julia A., 159 n Paca 
Donaldson Richard, laborer, 10 Cuba 
Donaldson Robert, fireman, 133 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 
Donaldson Samuel I. attorney, 39 St. Paul 
Donaldson Stephen, fisherman, 133 s Exeter 
Donaldson Thos. W., baggage master P. W. 
■ & B. R. R., 62 Fawn 
DONALDSON THOMAS, attorney, 38 St. 

Paul, dw Howard Co 
Donallen Andrew, wheelwright, 382 Light 
Donders Charles, fruit stand, cor Charles and 

Baltimore, dw cor Grant and Water 
Donat Marion, grocer, 199 s Charles 
Done Julia, 32c< Madison av 
DONA V IN MAT I' HEW W. pharmaceutist, 

s e cor Lee and Sharp, dw 96 Lee 
Donahue Mrs, Elizabeth, 226 e Fayette 
Donahue Daniel, tailor, 30 Constitution 
Donahue J. 7 Saiatoga 
Donehue Wm., Meyer ct 
Donehue Catherine, milkwoman, Jordan al 

near Dolphin 
Donelson James, tobacconist, 187 n Exeter 
Donelson J. L., cigar store, 139^^ n Gay, dw 

Exeter bet Hillen and French 
Donelson Noah I. tinner, 38 Ryan 
Donelson Richard, tQl)acconist, 187 n Exeter 
Donhauser (ieorge, painter, 259 e Eager 
Donhauser Henry, laborer, 60 Regester 
Donlan Anthony, tailor, 19 Slemmer al 
Donnell Emily, 308 Canton av 
Donnell Jas. I. S. 82 Cathedral 
Donnell John S. 82 Cathedral 
Donnell Wm., 231 n Eutaw 
Donnelly Alectus, carpenter, 140 Division 



Donnelly Ambrose, laborer, 4 Front 
Donnelly Bernard, 116 Harford av 
Donnelly Bernard, soldier, 6 Camel al 
Donnelly Daniel, brickmaker, 73 Harford av 
Donnelly Daniel, bri'-klayer, 237 Peirce 
Donnelly Edward, laborer, 70 s Durham 
Donnelly Elizabeth, laundress, 116 Haiford av 
Donnelly Francis A. clerk, 283 Druid Hill av 
Donnelly James, finisher, 371 Hamburg 
Donnelly James, restaurant, 232 e Pratt 
Donnelly James, watchmaker, 551 Saratoga 
Donnelly James, laborer, 70 s Durham 
Donnelly James, laborer, 172 n Front 
Donnelly John, blacksmith, 17 Willow 
Donnelly John, grocer, 397 Lexington 
Donnelly John, watchmaker, 183 w Pratt 
Donnelly John, clerk, 128 e Lombard 
Donnelly John, laborer, 464 Walsh 
Donnelly Joseph, laborer, 114 Cross 
Donnelly Margaret, 8 Fish Market space 
Donnelly Margaret, 4 Camel al 
Donnelly Martha, 60 s Howard 
Donnelly Mary, corset manufacturer, 172 

Lexington, dw 156 w Lombard 
Donnelly Mary, 21 Foundry 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, over 9 s Front 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, 511 n Gay 
Donnelly Peter, laborer, 70 s Durham 
Donner Casper, tailor, 256 e Pratt 
Donnolly Joseph, carpenter, 140 Division 
Donohue Bernard, bonnet frames, 253 n Gay 
Donohue Charles, laborer, 18 Block 
Donohue Cornelius, laborer, 60 Buren 
Donohue Daniel, laborer, 31 Chew 
Donohue Daniel, tailor, 20 Buren 
Donohue George, ship joiner, 263 Canton av 
Donohue James, bricklayer, 161 Gough 
Donohue James H. soldier, 47 e Pratt 
Donohue James D. ship joiner, 115 s Wolfe 
Donohue James, of custom lx)use,309 e Pratt 
Donohue John, salesman, 47 e Pratt 
Donohue John, grocery, n e cor Amity and 

Raborg 
Donohue John F. salesman, 8 Watson 
Donohue Lafayette, (McKeldin & Donohue,) 

53 s Ann 
Donohue Marcus L. ship joiner, 53 s Ann 
Donohue Martin, shoemaker, 246 s Broadway 
Donohue Mary, 64 McKim 
Donohue Mary A. 188 East 
Donohue Patrick, laborer, 64 n Dallas 
Donohue Patrick, watchman, 99 Granby 
DONOHUE RICHARD, shirt manufacturer, 

240 w Baltimore, dw 9 Pearl 
Donohue Thomas, coal oil, s w cor Howard 

and West 
Donovan Bridget, 16 Mercer 
Donovan Clarissa, 91 Mulberry 
Donovan James, printer, 43 East 
Donovan James, printer, 152 n Front 
Donovan Jane, 43 East 
Donovan John, laborer, 77 Eastern av 
Donovan Mary, servant, 130 w Biddle 
Donovan Mrs. Mary, dress maker, 74 s Paca 
Donovan Michael, laborer, 50 s Dewberry al 
Donovan Michael, laborer, 16 Mosher 
Donovan Michael, printer, 43 East 
Donovan Simon, peddler, 26 s Ann 
Donovan Timothy, blacksmith, cor Chappell 

and Liberty road 
Donz Henry, baker, 265 Franklin 
Doolan Mary, 75 Orleans 
Dooley James, laborer, 6 e Monument 



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Dooley Lawrence, nail maker, 6 e Monument, 

dw 65 Front 
Dooley Michael, laborer, 6 Swan 
Dopman Julia, 28 Jefferson 
DoraM John, blacksmith, over 71 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
Doran Michael, laborer, 15 Hull 
Doran Michael, laborer, Falls road near Toll 

gate 
Dorberd George, shoemaker, 109 s Dallas 
Dorem Peter, 12 s Gay 
Dorernus Peter B. plasterer, Druid Hill av 

between Townsend and Mosher 
Dorenberg John D. shoemaker, 151 Conway 
Dorgan Gustavus A. ship carpenter, 45 s 

Washington, F. P. 
Dorgan Theodore A. (W. H. Stran & Co.) 

116 s Paca 
Dorguth August, hotel, 271 w Pratt 
Dorguth Frederick, lager beer saloon, 59 n 

Gay 
Doring Valentine, laborer, 340 Penna. av 
Doriiig Philopenia, lager beer saloon, 20 n 

Frederick 
Dorman Ann, confectionery, 75 s High 
Dorman Hetty, 37 Orleans 
Dorman Janfies,ship carpenter, 290 Canton av 
Dorman Jane G. 6 Aisquith 
Dorman Kate, teacher, 75 s Howard 
Dorman Mrs. Margaret, 27 Josephine 
Dorman Mrs. Otilia, 381 Hamburg 
Dorman Samuel, constable, 27 Josephine 
Dorman Wm. ship carpenter, 180 Bank 
Dorme Mrs. Margaret, 65 James al 
Dorn George, shoemaker, 45 Harrison 
Dorn John, grocery, s e cor Park and Rich- 
mond 
Dorn John, cooper, 159 e Lombard 
Dorn John, milk, O'Donnell near East av 
Dorn Joseph, shoemaker, 109 Elliott 
Dorn Philip, clerk, 67 w Biddle 
Dorner John T packer, 178 n Fremont 
Dornin Thomas A., U. S. N. 31 Cathedral 
Dornseif Lewis, baker, 391 s Charles 
Dorothy Mrs. Fritts, tailoress, 17 n Eden 
Dorr Casper, printer, 268 Hanover 
Dorr Henry L. piano maker, Girard House, 

Camden 
Dorr Peter, lithographer, 262 s Sharp 
Dorrett Mrs. Jane, 163 e Fayette 
Dorrelt Rebecca, 163 e Fayette 
Dorrett Wm. W. tobacconist, 163 e Fayette 
Dorritee Charles, bookkeeper, 68 n Broadway 
Dorritee C. W. bookkeeper, 68 n Broadway 
Dorritee Robert E. painter, 87 n Central av 
Dorrity Minerva, 359 Penna. av 
Dorrity Samuel, grocer and produce, 87 Bank 
Dorrenburg John, shoemaker, 151 Conway 
Dorry Edward G. plumber and gas fitter, n w 

cor Pratt and Broadway, dw 49 s Broadway 
Dorry Ferdinand, gas fitter, 49 s Broadway 
Dorsch George, cooper, 1 Spring ct 
Dorschel Wm. groceries and liquors, 46 Fell 
Dorsett John F. (Boswell & Dorsett,) 511 w 

Fayette 
Dorsey Allen, (Wheatley, Dorsey & Co.) 

248 w Lombard 
Dorsey Algernon S 25 n Calvert 
Dorsey Bartus C. (Wheelwright, Mudge & 

Co.) 501 w Baltimore 
Dorsey Caleb, 501 w Baltimore 
Dorsey Mrs. Catherine, 47 Greene 
Dorsey CharlesW. carpenter, 42 s Poppleton 



DORSEY CHARLES W. grocer, 201 Lex- 
ington, dw 42 s Poppleton 
Dorsey Comfort W. 36 Pleasant 
DORSEY D. proprietor Biirnum's City Hotel 
Dorsey Edward, carpenter, 23 Chase 
Dorsey George W. brickmaker, s e cor Bos- 
ton and Canton 
Dorsey Geo. W. shoemaker, 78 Preston 
Dorsey Grafton D. (Anderson & Dorsey,) 

Howard County 
Dorsey & Hissey, (Wm. E. Dorsey, Wm. L. 

Hissey,) coach makers, 368 w Baltimore 
Dorsey James, marble polisher, 9 Graves 
Dorsey James P. clerk Denmead'siron works, 

Canton 
Dorsey James B. clerk, 23 n Calvert 
Dorsey James L. flour inspector, 35 Conway 
Dorsey John, substitute broker, 562 Saratoga 
Dorsey John T. shoemaker, 26 Josephine 
Dovsey John, mariner, 7 Plowman 
Dorsey John, laborer, 384 Hanover 
Dorsey John, tailor, 305 Paca, s of Hamburg 
Dorsey John, cellar digger, 29 s Wolfe 
Dorsey Jos. I. granite stone cutter, 90 HoUins 
Dorsey Joseph, clerk at Barnum's hotel 
Dorsey Joseph S. (Middleton & Dorsey,) 236 

Aisquith 
Dorsey Leonard, bricklayer, 156 e Lombard 
Dorsey Mrs. Lucy, 43 Lexington 
Dorsey Margaret, 132 s Castle 
Dorsey Mary, 184 n Eutaw 
Dorsey Michael, tailor, 104 York 
Dorsey Michael, grain, lime and feed, 112 

Light-st wharf, dw 131 Hanover 
Dorsey Patrick, laborer, 138 s Castle 
Dorsey Richard, clerk, 501 w Baltimore 
Dorsey Richard B. 46 Courtland 
Dorsey Richard H. shoemaker, 77 McElderry 
Dorsey Dr. Robert, (of Edward,) 79 w Mon- 
ument 
Dorsey Samuel A. stone cutter, 62 s Sharp 
Dorsey Samuel, s e cor Saratoga and St. Paul 
Dorsey Theodore C. clerk, ll4 e Lombard 
Dorsey Thomas, ship carpenter, 76 s Caroline 
Dorsey Thomas, carpenter, 396 w Lombard 
Dorsey Washington L. 401 Lexington 
')!• sey Wm. H. paying teller Western Bank, 

dw 413 w Fayette 
Dorsey Wm. A. (Dorsey & Hissey,) 166 n 

Exeter 
Dorsey Wm. A. produce commission mer- 
chant, 68 South, dw 175 Saratoga 
Dorsey Wm. H. engineer, 70 s Ann 
Dorsey Wm. H. butcher, 122 Hollins 
Dorsey Wm. J. H. (Dade & Dorsey,) 57 n 

Republicaij 
Dorweis Eckert, painter, 13 n Frederick 
Doster John, tailor, 382 e Monument 
Dotternich Franz P. shoemaker, 1 Winder- 
ling row 
Dotterweih Frederick, cigar maker, 165 Druid 

Hill av 
Dotterweih Sebastian, cooper, Frederick av 

near city limits 
Dotterweuh Henry, laborer, 265 s Durham 
Doub Ezra R. tobacconist, 828 w Baltimore 
Doubleday Samuel, machinist, 360 w Lom- 
bard 
Doud Bartley, huckster, 7 Camden la 
Doud John A. M. police, 65 Hillen 
Doud John, laborer, 328 Republican 
Doud Maria L. dressmaker, 19 n High 
Doud Michael, laborer, 80 Luzerne 



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DoudO. B. actor, 114 n Exeter 

Doud Thomas, blacksmith, 109 s Castle 

Douenhauer Rev. Henry, n e cor Lombard 

and Wolfe 
Dougheny Michael, mariner, 235 Gough 
Doudeken John, laborer, 6 Chapel 
Dougherty Anthony, 12 Preston 
Dougherty Chas. M. (Dougherty, Woods & 

Co.) ai'Franklin 
Dougherty Charles J. shoemaker, Swann 

tavern, 122 Franklin 
Dougherty Cornelius, carpen. 204 w Fayette 
Dougherty Daniel, carter, 184 s Washington 

F. P. 
Dougherty Daniel, tavern, cor Water and 

Grant 
Dougherty Miss E. dressmaker, 108 Saratoga 
Dougherty Edward, laborer, 481 w Pratt 
Dougherty George, hatter, 60 n Exeter 
Dougherty Hannah, grocery, 56 Raborg 
Dougherty James, painter, 3 Sharp ct 
Dougherty James, laborer, 56 Raborg 
Dougherty James, plasterer, 40 Preston 
Dougherty .lames, builder, 11 w Biddle 
Dougherty Capt. James, 52 Lee 
Dougherty Jane, teacher of Baltimore Rosine, 

385 w Pratt 
Dougherty James, 181 n Eutaw 
Dougherty John, hack driver, Franklin Inn 

cor High and Hillen 
Dougherty John C. ship carpenter, 146 s Ann 
Dougherty John J. machinist, 316 e Pratt 
Dougherty Julias, receiving teller, Farmers' 

and Merchants' bank, dw 267 Saratoga 
Dougherty J. J. C. clerk Maryland Peniten- 
tiary, 9 n Exeter 
Dougherty Mrs, Mary, 180 n Calvert 
Dougherty Margaret, 87 Hollins 
Dougherty Mrs. Margaret, 66 Portland 
Dougherty Mrs. Mary, 11 w Biddle 
Dougherty .Michael, laborer, 16 Garden 
Dougherty Michael, hacktiian, 137 n High 
Dougherty Michael, laborer, 11 Hawk 
Dougherty Philip, painter, 60 n Exeter 
Dougherty Philip, jr. collector, 60 n ISxeter 
Dougherty R. W. attorney, 63 w Fayette, dw 

Towsontown 
Dougherty Thomas, printer, Gazette office 
Dougherty Thomas, 13 n Caroline 
Dougherty Thomas, police, 104 n Bond 
DOUGHERTY, WOODS & Co. (C. M. 
Dougherty, H. Woods, jr , J. L. Weeks,) 
sugar refiners, n e cor Lombard and Con- 
cord 
Dougherty Wm. H. police, 786 w Baltimore 
Doughty John C. 40 Courtland 
DOUGLAS & CO (A. Douglas,) wines and 

liquors, 121 w Lombard 
Douglas August, (Douglas & Co.) 206 w 

Biddle 
Douglas Hariiet, 33 Chew 
Douglass Mrs. Ann, 9 High al 
Douglass Charles, soldier, 104 Dugan's wharf 
Douglass George W. soldier, 251 Columbia 
Douglass James H. painter, 114 MuUikin 
Douglass James B. oak cooper, 217 MuUikin 
Douglass Mary, 8 s Front 
Douglass Mrs. R. H. 80 McCuUoh 
Douglass Robert, cooper, 138 L Greene 
Douglass Thomas J. cooper, 138 L Greene 
Douglass Thomas, shoemaker, :i52 Mulberry 
Douglass Wm. R. wagoner, 31 May 
Douglass Wm. H. cooper, 75 Dawson al 



Doulongin Conrad, tailor, 272 Canton av 
Di'uty Cali'b, adjusting clerk. Custom House, 

663 w Fayette 
Dove Benjamin F. watchman, 548 w Pratt 
Dove John R. baggage master B. &. O. R,R., 

20 Ramsay 
Dove Capt. Milton C, U. S. A. 92 s Ann 
Dove Wm. C. iron roller, 152 s Caroline 
Dover John, shoemaker, 499 w Pratt 
Dovon Elizabeth, 315 n Gay 
Dow Timothy D. clerk, 655 w Fayette 
Dowd John, laborer, 328 n Repul)lican 
Dowden Francis P. mariner, 124 s Regester 
Dowell George E. clerk to quartermaster, 63 

Aisquith 
Dowell John, grocer and commission mer- 
chant, 55 s Calvert, dw 63 Aisquith 
Dowlen Michael, coachmaker, 74 n High 
Dowling Ann, 183 n Eutaw 
Dowling Elizabeth, millinery, 262 n Gay 
Dowling Michael J. carriage maker, 149 n 

High, dw Rising Sun Hotel 
Dowling Thomas, laborer, 85 l?ooth 
Downey Charles, carpenter, 13 Gough 
Downey Edmund, carpenter, 13 Gough 
Downey Edward, laborer, 71 Hillen 
DOWNEY JOHN & SON, (J. Downey, T. 

G. Downey,) grocers and commission mer- 
chants, 133 Franklin 
Downey John, (J. Downey & Son,) 154 n 

Eutaw 
Downey John, conductor, 54 s Schroeder 
Downey Patrick, laborer, 71 Hillen 
Downey Patrick, helper, 165 s Durham 
Downey Patri-k, laborer, 165 s Chapel 
Downey Steven, 273 s Dallas 
Dnwney Thomas G. (J. Downey&Son,) 154 

n Eutaw 
Downey Wm. T. watchman, 141 Dover 
Downhour Lewis, carpenter, 333 e Lombard 
Downing Howell, broker, 158 w Biddle 
Downing Nathaniel F. bricklayer, 82 n Pop- 

pleton 
Downing Wm. H. bricklayer, 82 n Poppleton 
Downs Capt. Charles G , U.. S. A. 148 Barre 
Downs Mrs Clara 148 Barre 
Downs Mrs. Dr. 22 n Caroline 
Downs Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 154 Dover 
Downs Harris T. butcher, 26 May 
Downs Henry C. butcher, 251 e Baltimore 
Downs James, pressman, 154 Dover 
Downs James Henry, bailiff U. S. Court, 361 

Franklin 
Downs James H. printer, 132 n Fremont 
D<jwns Joseph B. butcher, 484 Light 
Downs Samuel F. moulder, 477 Franklin 
Downs Steward D. ship carpenter, 103 Conway 
Downs Mrs. William, 52 Cambridge 
Downs Wm. H. grocery, 255 Light 
Downs William, letter carrier, 528Lexington 
Doyle Ann, confectionery, 61 Clay 
Doyle Arthur, ship carpenter, 204 s Castle al 
DOYLE A. J. bookstore, 11 Penna. av, dw 

226 Franklin 
Doyle Augustus, clerk, 226 Franklin 
Doyle Bridget, grocery, 22 Valley 
Doyle Ellen, confectionery, s w cor Howard 

and Lexington 
Doyle James, grocer, n w cor Lombard and 

Poppleton 
Doyle James, blacksmith, 150 s Central av 

dw 190 
Doyle Jane G. 32 Camden 



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Doyle James, laborer, 29 China 
Doyle James E. blacksmith, 9 Hawk 
Doyle James M liquors, 45 s Charles 
Doyle James H. printer, 42 Park 
Doyle John, laborer, 8 Hawk 
Doyle John, laborer, 83 n Oregon 
Doyle John, laborer, Chapel between Balti- 
more and Lombard 
Doyle John, laborer, 67 Dawson al 
Doyle Dr. John A. 21 s Gay 
Doyle John, laborer, 18 Abey al 
Doyle Jolin, carter, 112 s Dallas 
Doyle Julia, grocery, Falls road near North- 
ern avenue 
Doyle Mary, huck's, 66 Washington, F. H. 
Doyle Michael, sawyer, 4G Johnson 
Doyle Michael, laborer, 117 s Castle 
Doyle Michael, farmer, 68 Hampstead 
Doyle Michael, machinist, 51 s Schroeder 
Doyle Patrick, butter, 35 Centre Market space 
Doyle Patrick, drayman, 172 Stirling 
Doyle Patrick, laborer. Falls road near 

Northern av 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, 52 Union 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, 252 Hamburg 
Doyle Samuel B. clerk Adams Express, 240 

w Fayette 
Doyle Thomas, grocery, 191 s Charles 
Doyle Thomas G. bookseller, 297 n Gay 
Doyle Thos. whip sawyer, 66 Washington 

F. H. 
Doyle Wm. carter, 42 Park 
Doyle Wm. H. carpenter, 36 Franklin al 
Doyle Wm. J. jr., cleric, 42 Park 
Draga Charles, clerk, n w corner Liberty and 

Cowpen al 
Drager Henry, cigar packer, 399 n Gay 
Drager Theodore, blacksmith, 56 Henrietta 
Drain Richard, grocery, n w cor Douglass and 

Forrest 
Drake Wm. blacksmith, 77 s Fremont 
Drakeley George, (Tilghman & Drakeley,) 

291 w Fayette 
DRAKELEY & FENTON, (H. W. Drake- 
ley, A. Fenton,) wholesale produce com- 
mis.sion merchants, 387 w Baltimore 
Drakeley Henry W. (Drakeley & Fenton,) 

291 w Fayette 
Drante Andrew, cutter, 60 Stiles 
Drane James, grocery, 27 e Madison 
Draper John, carpenter, 22 Josephine 
Dray Michael, tailor, 69 Somerset 
Drayer Abraham, peddler, 74 Harrison 
Drebing Harriet, 90 n Wolfe 
Dreff George, grocer, s w cor Charles and 

William al 
Drege Jacob R. 333 Lexington 
Dregger Francis, porter, 56 Henrietta 
Dregger Henry, basket maker, 75 n Gay 
Dreisch Joseph, printer, 26 Raborg 
Dremmie Cornelius, laborer, 661 Penna. av 
Dresboeh Wm. blacksmith, 1 Baker's ct 
Drechsler John, plasterer, 40 n Amity 
Dreschler Thomas, lager beer saloon, n e cor 

Jefferson and Aisquith 
Dresel John G. laborer, 246 e Chase 
Dresel Werner, (P. L. Brauns & Co.) consul 
for Prussia, Wurtenberg, Saxony, Baden, 
Bavaria, Hesse Cassel and Hesse Darm- 
stadt, s e cor Lombard and Cheapside, dw 
110 Park 
Dresher Frederick, tailor, 132 s Washington, 
F.P. 



Dresher Peter, shoemaker, 16 Willow 
Dressel Adam, paver, 14 Ivy al 
Dressel Conrad, weaver, 88 n Caroline 
Dressel Henry, teacher, 256 Hanover 
Dressel John, laborer, 70 Somerset 
Dressel John G. laborer, 246 e Chase 
Dressel John J. baker, 204 Eastern av 
Dressel Joseph, tailor, 267. n Eden 
Dressel Leonard, blind maker, 358 e Eager 
Dressel Leonhard, laborer, 179 s Regester 
Drevs Francis, cigar store, 16 Pine 
Drew Amanda L. 160 w Madison 
Drew Arthur, laborer, 2 n Poppleton 
Drexel Harman, steam scourer, 52 w Fayette, 

dw 103 Pearl 
Drexel Henry, piano maker, 57 n Gay 
Drexler John, laborer, 498 Lexington 
Drexsel John, tanner, 23 Smith 
Drexsel John, jr. 23 Smith 
Drey Abraham, (Lewis Lauer & Co.) dw 

New York 
Drey Elkan, (Lewis Lauer & Co.) 64 Conway 
DREYERCHARLES,tobacconist,91 William 
Dreyer Ernst, fresco painter, 175 w Fayette 
Dreyer John F. boxmaker, 49 McHenry 
DREYER WILLIAM, shoe store, 168 and 

170 s Broadway 
Dreyer William, shoemaker, 343 s Charles 
Drike August, confectionery, 36 Towson 
Drill James M. freight agent N. C. R. 166 w 

Biddle 
Drinker Catherine A. 145 w Biddle 
Drinker Lieut. Robert M 145 w Biddle 
Drischman Henry, wagoner, 20 Ryan 
Driscoll Mrs. Ann, 30 Stiles 
Driscoll Annie E. teacher, 30 Stiles 
Driscoll Mrs. Caroline, teacher, 42n Poppleton 
Driscoll Dennis, laborer, 184 Ramsay 
Driscoll Ellen, grocery, 217 Chesnut 
Driscoll John, laborer, 6 Addison 
Driscoll John, laborer, 1 Plowman 
Driscoll Mrs. Mary, 1 Plowman 
Driscoll Richard J. tailor, 58 s Howard 
Drisscoll Thomas, mariner, 24 Fawn 
Driver Charles, painter, 163 s Chapel 
Driver Charles, barber, 15 Preston 
Driver Richard, clerk, 295 w Fayette 
Driver Silas, brickmaker, 129 Chesapeake 
Drodey .\ndrew, cutler, 60 Stiles 
Drohan David, teamster, 84 s High 
Drohan Mary, 51 w Centre 
Droman Lina, 235 s Bond 
Drop Placide, laborer, 15 Hall al 
Droscup John, boiler maker, 300 s Charles 
Drost G. A. (Drost & Sutro,) 217 w Lombard 

DROST & SUTRO, (G. A. Drost, 
E. Sutro, L, Sutro,) Importers of 
Hosiery, Zephyr Worsted, Dress 
Trimmings and Fancy Goods, 
25 Hanover. 

Droste John E. clerk, 78 Hill 
Droste John H. 78 Hill 

Drought Francis, carpenter, 145 Montgomery 
Drought George, soldier, 464 n Gay 
Druery John, 170 s Washington, F. P. 
Druery Wm. rigger, 170 s Washington, F. P. 
Drugan Hugh, clerk, 69 Hollins 
Drumgoole Patrick H. laborer, 46 Orleans 
Drummer John, shoemaker, 229 s Bond 



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Drummer John, tailor, 2 Clage;ett al 
Drummond Levin J. watchmaker and jeweler, 

31 w Pratt, dw 15 s Exeter 
Drurey Charles B, clerk, 158 s Paca 

DRUBY JOHN T., House Fur- 
nishing and Variety Goods, 246 
n Gay 

Drury Samuel C. coachman, 15 s Fremont 
Dryden Alexander, huckster, 64 Clay 
Dryden Mrs. Aurelia, seamstress, 38 Chats- 
worth 
Dryden Charles H. butter and produce, 51 n 

Eutaw 
Dryden Charles H. magistrate, 47 n Eutaw, 

dw 51 n Eutaw 
Dryden James, lilacksmith, 257 n Central av 
Dryden J. Meredith, (R. W. Dryden & Son,) 
68 e Pratt 

Dryden Joshua, 67 n Liberty i, • — 

Dryden Joshua R. 64 n Greene 
Dryden R. H. shoemaker, 257 n Central av 
Dryden Robert W. & Son, (Robert W. Dry- 
den, J. Meredith Dryden,) com'sion mer- 
chants, 14 & 16 German 
Dryden Robert W, (R. W. Dryden & Son,) 

68 e Pratt 
Dryden Sydney, ckrk, 103 Planover 
Dryden Samuel, shoemaker, 334 w Baltimore 

dw 11 s Eutaw 
Dryden W. Sydney, salesman, 312 w Balto. 
Dryden VVra. clerk, 342 w Fayette 
Drydla Hammon, laborer, 17 Cambridge 
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N. C. R., Calvert station 
Dubel Capt. James A. 155 Barre 
Du Bernard Adele, 48 s Exeter 
DuBernard Eugenia 48 s Exeter 
DuBernard Sophia, 48 s Exeter 
Dublin Patrick, laborer, 121 Cheapside 
DuBois E. C. clerk, tobacco warehouse, 143 

w Biddle 
Dubree Geo. spoon maker, rear 16 Harrison 
Dubree John H. carpenter, 42 w Riddle 
DUBREUL REV. J. PAUL, St. Sulpice 
Seminary, St. Mary's court, Penna. av iir 
St. Mary 
Dubreuil Aristide, 29 Camden 
Dubury Richard, cigar maker, 129 Chew 
Ducatel Hyppolite G. 38 Mulberry 
Ducatel Joanna, boarding, 38 Mulberry 
Ducker George E. (Wm. Devries & Co.) 

Westminster, Carroll county 
Duckett John, oyster dealer, 63 Perry 
Duckett Robert L. carter, 294 Franklin 
Duckett Richard G. bookkeeper, 308 Saratoga 
Duderstadt August, cabinet maker, 93 Lex- 
ington 
Dudley Asa, carpenter, 173 w Lombard 
Dudley Hester A. tailoress, 74 Henrietta 
Dudley Joseph, laborer, 107 n Spring 
Dudley Marcus S. (Porter & Dudley,) 269 

Light 
Dudley Mrs. Mary, 269 Light 
Dudrow Charles E. mail agent N. C. R., 40 

n Poppleton 
Dudrow George W". machinist, 40 n Poppleton 
DUER JOHN, importer and dealer in hard- 
ware, 8 Hanover, dw 173 n Charles 
DUER SAMUEL, merchant miller, 38 Com- 
merce, dw s w cor Hollins and Calhoun 



Duering George S. bricklayer, 347 Franklin 
Duering John S. shoemaker, 104 St. Mary 
Duff Andrew, soldier. 111 Chew 
Duff Mrs. C. dressmaker, 144 Aisquith 
Duff Capt. Henry, surveyor of vessels and 

cargoes, 37 Fell, dw 351 e Baltimore 
Duff James, mariner, 30 Jew al 
Duff James, merchant, 93 n Hroadway 
Duff Patrick, driver Adams Express, 42 Sharp 
Duff Wm. attorney, 93 n Broadway 
Duffy Bridget, grocery, 69 s Bethel 
Duffy Catherine, 231 Forrest 
Duffy Daniel, watchman, Eutaw House, 98 

s Eutaw 
Duffy Edward, attorney, 28 St Paul, dw 307 

Hollins 
Duffy Francis, hostler, Moffett's stables, n 

Howard, dw 79 Franklin 
Duffy James, grocery, 55 Holland 
Duffy James, laborer, 3 Little al 
Duffy James, (M. & J. Duffy,) 102 Cathedral 
Duffy James, laborer, 296 Raborg 
Duffy John W., 116 n Schroeder 
Duffy John, weaver, 27 Mosher 
Duffy John, jr., moulder, 27 Mosher 
Duffy John, hackman, 14 Chew 
Duffy John, hostler, 119 Vine 
Duffy John, jr., moulder, 55 King 

Duffy , hucksteress, 84 Grindell 

Duffy Mary, boarding, 84 Block 

Duffy Mary J., laundress, 62 Union 

Duffy Mary J., laundress, 3 Hargrove al 

Duffy Margaret, 55 King 

Duffy M. & J., grocery and feed store, 164 

Cathedral 
Duffy Michael, blacksmith, 32 Preston 
Duffy Michael, (M. & J Duffy,) 99 Cathedral 
Duffy Mrs. Sarah T., 101 Ensor 
Duffy Thomas, brakesman N. C. R.,4l Scott 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, 2 Hammond al 
Dufreinoit Edward A., carpenter, 748 w Bal- 
timore 
Dufrin John, laborer, 279 Columbia 
DUFUR & CO., (G. Dufur, C. Oufur,) wire 
workers and iron railing makers, 36 n 
Howard 
Dufur & Co., (George Dufur,) iron railing 

makers, Uhler's al near Charles 
Dufur George, (Dufur & Stowe,) 69 Columbia 
Dufur George, (Dufur & Co.,) 3U n Howard 
Dufur Orlando, jr., 69 Columbia 
Dugan Mrs. Bridget, 17 Jew al 
DUGAN CUMBERLAND & CO., (C. Du- 
gan, Geo. H. Davis,) hardware commission 
merchants, 26 s Charles 
Dugan Cumberland, (Cumberland Dugan & 

Co.,) 31 Hamilton 
Dugan Kmily, 101 St. Paul 
Dugan John, hostler, 5 Grace court 
Dugan John, jr., laborer, 93 Harford av 
Dugan John, 93 Harford av 
DUGAN J. OSBORNE, dry goods, 129 n 

Gay, dw 36 n Front 
Dugan Michael, butcher, 56 n Dallas 
Dugant Francis, carpenter, 215 w Biddle 
Dugas Lewis C., clerk to Register of Wills, 

152 Pearl 
DUGDALE GEO., dealer in fertilizers, 105 

Smith's wharf, dw Balto. Co. 
Dugdale Wm,, clerk, 53 n Greene 
Dugdale Wm., laborer. Mount nr Lexington 
Dugent Eli, carpenter, 338 e Fayette 
Dugent Francis, carpenter, 215 e Biddle 



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Dugent Francis, grocer, 248 e Lombard 

Duggan Patrick, laborer, rear 16 Concord 

Duhamel James, 163 n Paca 

Duhamel Robert A., police, 141 s Paca 

Duhamel Wm. J., conductor City P. R. R., 
141 s Paca 

Duhurst Charles H., druggist, 27 w Pratt, dw 
1 n Front 

Duhurst Henry P., president Firemen's in- 
surance Co., 1 n Front 

Duhurst Mr.s. Mary, 1 n Front 

Duke A. W., apothecary and druggist, 178 e 
Eager 

Duke Mary, 2 Lewis 

Duke Susanna, 268 n Howard 

Dukehart Adam, huckster, 219 Aliceanna 

Dukehart Balderslon, 10 Ensor 

Dukehart & Co., (J. R. Dukehart, V. Duke- 
hart,) fishing tackle twine, 130 w Baltimore 

Dukehart Edward W., bookkeeper, 90 Lee 

Dukehart George, baker, 94 Albemarle 

Dukehart George, expressman, over 103 w 
Baltimore 

Dukehart John P., conductor B. & 0. R. R., 
47 n Gay 

Dukehart Jacob, clerk, 201 Aisquith 

Dukeliart John, secretary Associated Fire- 
men's Insurance Co. 47 n Gay 

Dukehart Joseph R. (J. R. Dukehart & Co.) 
201 Aisquith 

Dukehart Mary, 73 e Fayette 

Dukehart Mrs. Rachel, 67 n High 

Dukehart Robert W. hosemaker, basement 
18 Water, dw 64 e Lombard 

Dukehart Samuel T. 67 n Pligh 

Dukehart Samuel, 289 n Caroline 

Dukehart Thomas M. bailiff Criminal Court, 
223 e Fayette 

Dukehart Valerius, (Joseph R. Dukehart & 
Co.) 130 w Baltimore 

Dukehart Wm. B. hosemaker, 64 e Lombard 

Duker Otto, (Wilson, Duker & Co.) 79 s High 

Duker Henry, tannery, rear 40 and 42 n 
Front, dw 61 Buren 

Duker Harman,(H. Duker& Co.) cor Charles 
and Uhler's al 



DUKER HARMAN & CO. (H. Du- 
ker, George Hilge,) Box Makers, 
rear 216 W. Pratt. 

Dukes I. Rayner, (Gould & Dukes, 3 Court- 
land 
Dulaney George, student, 51 e Lombard 
Dulaney Mrs.^G. L. .59 Courtland 
Dulaney H. R. attorney, 36 St. Paul, dw 59 

Courtland 
Dulaney John, marble polisher, 88 n Pine 
Dulaney Nicholas, tobaccor\ist, 215 Mulberry 
Dulaney Wm. tailor, 316 Saratoga 
Dulaney Walter, clerk, .59 Courtland 
Dulaney Wm. J. C. bookkeeper, 316 Saratoga 
Dulany John N. (Norris & Dulaney,) 215 

Mulberry 
Duley John C. moulder, 563 w Lombard 
Duley John R. moulder, 563 w Lombard 
Duley Margaret, 66 Granby 
Duley Mary, dress maker, 75 n High 
Duley Solomon P. machinist, 363 w Lombard 
Dulgh John, blacksmith, 262 w Biddle 
Dulin Dr. A. F. 83 w Monument 



Dulin Alexander F. (O. P. Merryman & Co.) 

83 w Monument 
Duling John, mariner, 182 s Ann 
Dull Casper, boatman, 426 Light 
Dull Daniel H. bookkeeper, 376 w Lombard 
Dull Michael, moulder, 43 Elizabeth la 
Dullman John, carter, 100 Frederick av 
Dulton John, watchmaker, 53 n Front 
Dumas Eliza, seamstress, 49 Albemarle 
Dumax Benj. L. carpenter, 464 w Baltimore 
Dumbolton Frank A. clerk, 49 Lexington 
Dumbolton George, (Carson & Co.) 49 Lex- 
ington 
Dumbolton H. R. clerk, 49 Lexington 
Dumeer John F. collar maker, 215 w Fayette 
Dumfrey John, shoemaker, n e cor Gay and 

Monument 
Dumler Anna, midwife, 60 n Shroeder 
Dumler John, collar maker, 15 w Fayette 
Dumler Joseph, cuiTier, 195 East 
Dumler Matthias, cooper, 60 n Schroeder 
Dumley Catherine, 13 Diamond 
Dumm Augustus, laborer, 437 Canton av 
Dumphrey Mrs. hucksteress, 3 Diamond 
Dunahue Mrs. Elizabeth, teacher, 111 Druid 

Hill av 
Dunahue Thomas, Logan Hall, n e cor Bond 

and Bank 
Dunan Louis, clerk, 354)^ w Lombard 
Dunan Louis (Drakeley & Fenton) 3543^ w 

Lombard 
DUNBAR DR. JOHN R. W. 151 w Lom- 
bard 
Dunbar Wm. W. bailiff Criminal Court, 79 

w Centre ^ 

Dunbr'acco Lemuel, clerk, 49 Hanover 
Dunbracco Samuel, clerk, 49 Hanover 
Dunbracco Wm. T. grain inspector, 143 Han- 
over 
Dun brow Simon, laborer, 69 s Chapel 
Duncan Mrs. Anna, 108 Raborg 
Duncan Adam, produce dealer, 340 n Eutaw 
Duncan Adam, clerk commissary department, 

289 Saratoga 
Duncan Alexander, U. S. assessor, Frederick 

road near first toll gate 
Duncan Charles, huck.9ter, 126 s Fremont 
Duncan David, clerk, 47 v/ Lombard 
Duncan David, bailiff Criminal Court, 47 w 

Lombard 
Duncan Emily, 132 Cathedral 
Duncan Geo. W., brushmak., 155 G. Hughes 
Duncan Helen, 132 Cathedral 
DUNCAN JAMES W., magistrate, office and 

dw 289 s Bond 
Duncan James B., tailor, 10 w Lombard 
Duncan James, grocery, 289 Saratoga 
Duncan Jane, 132 Cathedral 
Duncan John F., junk, 146 s Bond 
Duncan John P. soldier, 120 L. Greene 
Duncan John, clerk, 47 w Lombard 
Duncan J. W., (Duncan, Wright & Co.,) 

144 Dolphin 
Duncan Joseph, produce dealer, 47 w Lom- 
bard 
Duncan Mrs. Mary, 64 Camden 
Duncan Mrs. Mary, 120 L. Greene 
Duncan Capt. Peter, 33 s Bond 
Duncan Thomas M., engineer, 47 s Oregon 
Duncan, Wright & Co., (J. W. Duncan, R. 

J. Wright,) carriage factory, 19 s Gay 
Duncan Wm., engineer, 156 e Lombard 
Duncan Wm. F., brass finisher, 155 Hughes 



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Duncas Francis, laborer, 68 Essex 
Dundorf Jacob, laborer, rear 214 Canton av 
DUINQON MICHAEL, tobacconist, 267 Light 
DUNGAN & COUSINS, (L. Dungan, Wm. 
T. Cousins,) commission merchants, 79 
South 
Dungan David F., tobacconist, 135 n Spring 
Dungan Jesse, machinist, 306 Franklin 
Dungan Joshua T., cutler, 44 e Eager 
Dungan Louis, (Dungan & Cousins,) 274 e 

Baltimore 
Dungan Martin L., machinist, 104 Boyd 
Dungan Patterson, clerk, 357 w Fayette 
Dungan Ruth, 187 Franklin 
Dungan S. Henry, clerk commissary depart- 
ment, 168 w Biddle 
Dungan Theodore, clerk, 187 Franklin 
Dungan "Wilkinson, shoes, 153 Franklin, dw 

357 w Fayette 
Dunham Francis B., clerk P. 0., 67 w Second 
Dunigan Daniel, laborer, 37 Fawn 
Dunigan James C. A., ship joiner, 135 Bank 
Dunigan Owen, soldier, H n Front 
Dunigan Sarah E., hucksteress. Shad al near 

Greene 
Dunigan William, 191 Bank 
Dunkell Sarah N., 600 Lexington 
Dunker John C. H., box maker, 8 Jackson ct 
Dunkerly George L., watchcase maker, 29 w 

Fayette 
Dunkerly Richard, machinist, 670 w Pratt 
Dunkerly Richard, jr., laborer, 696 w Pratt 
Dunlap A. H., grocer, 244 Saratoga 
DUNLAP C. LEWIS, wholesale and retail 
grocer, 11 w Baltimore, dw Barnuiii's hotel 
DUNLAP CHARLES, grocer, s w cor How- 
ard and Lexington, dw 249 Saratoga 
Dunlap Hugh, sand excavator, n w cor Sara- 
toga and Gilmor 

Dunlap Mrs. , 167 Conway 

Dunlap Mrs. Margaret, seamstress, Three 

Tuns hotel 
Duniap Maegie, teacher, 96 n Central av 
Dunlap Thos. H., police, 42 Henrietta 
Dunlap Wilhelmina, milliner, 105 n Eutaw 
Dunlap Wm. book agent, 96 n Central av 
Dunlevy James, blacksmith, 481 w Lombard 
Dunlevy John, laborer, 61 Elliott 
Dunlevy Patrick, laborer, 109 Garden 
Dunlevy Thos. C. boarding house, 41 s Sharp 
Dunlop Mrs. Anna, 167 Conway 
Dunn Alexander, stone rubber, 76 n Eutaw 
Dunn Andrew, tailor, 368 w Lombard 
Dunn Ann, 6 Centre 
Dunn Mrs. Ann, 159 Conway 
Dunn Charles, carpenter, 73 Hargrove al,dw 

<6 Grundy 
Dunn Daniel, carter, 117 Preston 
Dunn Dubree, laborer, 53 Biddle al 
Dunn Edward, grocery, 116 North 
Dunn Edward, carter, 534 w Pratt 
Dunn Edward, dealer in lime and cement, 20 

Jordan al, dw 116 North 
Dunn Mrs. Francis, 11 Amity 
Dunn Gazail, insurance agent, 30 s Sharp 
Dunn George W. huckster, 38 Warren 
Dunn Gillan, junk, 300 s Caroline 
Dunn Mrs. Hetty, 7 McHenry 
Dunn James, daguerreian, 59 n High 
Dunn James, laborer, rear 110 Dugan's whf 
Dunn John, 159 Conway 
Dunn John, mariner, 59 n High 
Dunn John, butcher, 29 s Carey 



Dunn John, cooper, 159 e Lombard 
Dunn John, stone cutter, 205 s Paca 
Dunn John C. stove moulder, 53 Scott 
Dunn John, laborer, 85 Dawson al 
Dunn Joseph, huckster, 221 Conway 
Dunn Joseph, huckster, 81 York 
Dunn Joseph, shoemaker, 27 Tyson al 
Dunn Marshal, engineer, 77 Grundy 
Dunn Martin, shoemaker, 20 n Poppleton 
Dunn Matthew, laborer, 220 Preston 
Dunn Michael, engineer, 98 n High 
Dunn Paul, laborer, 257 Forrest 
Dunn R. A. clerk U, S. telegraph, 159 Con- 
way 
Dunn Richard, rigger, 57 s High 
Dunn Robert, laborer, 83 York 
Dunn R. G. (R. G. Dunn & Co.) New York 
Dunn Rodann, helper, 156 s Central av 
DUNN R. G. & CO. (R. G. Dunn,) mercan- 
tile agency. Bank of Baltimore building, 
entrance on St. Paul 
Dunn Thomas, furniture wagoner, 66 Boyd 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, 66 n Dallas 
Dunn Timothy, 118 Scott 
Dunn Wm. junk, 113 Albemarle 
Dunnan Thomas, soldier, 25 St. James 
Dunnenfelser Adam, cooper, 168 s Ce^itral av 
DUNNETT WM. plumber, n e cor Eutaw 
and Madison, dw 35 Garden. — [See p. 20 
Advertisements.] 
Dunnigan Barney, laborer, Clinton opposite 

Chesapeake furnace 
Dunnigan Thos. ship joiner, 100 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Dunning Geo. laborer, Fulton n of McHenry 
Dunning Rev. Halsey, 269 w Lombard 
Dunning Mrs Mary, Madison e of city limits 
Dunning Wm. laborer, ]23 Stirling 
Dunnington Ann, 211 n Eutaw 
Dunnington Joiin, sutler, 208 Lee 
DUNNINGTON WM. A. proprietor steam 
plaster mill, lower end of G. Hughes, near 
the Basin, dw 43 McCulloh 
Dunnock Samuel R. 56 Barre 
Dunphy John, 54 Lancaster 
Dunphy Patrick J. baker, 244 Mulberry 
Dunpkins Henry, laborer, 17 Cambridge 
Duns John S. stone cutter, 205 s Paca 
DuiisterGeo. salesman, 54 n Exeter 
Durning Mary, grocery, cor Central av and 

McElderry 
Dunvin J. cigar maker, 74 s Paca 
Dupuy Charles H., French teacher, 132 n 

Howard 
DURAND JOHN H. rope manufacturer, ne 
cor Eden and John, and 132 w Pratt, dw 
Caroline near Biddle 
Durand Thomas W. 250 e Biddle 
Durborow Hammond, coal agt. 359 Lexington 
Durding Ann D. confectionery, 16 w Fayette 
Durding John T. grocery, 464 Light 
Durding Leander A. prniter, 179 n Exeter 
Durey Thomas, laborer, 206 n Exeter 
Durham Albert, furniture wagoner, 262 East- 
ern av 
Durham Ann, upholsteress, 226 n Howard 
Durham Mrs. Catiierine, 1 n Mount 
Durham Charles W. chair painter, 349 Lex- 
ington 
Durham Columbus P. 1 n Mount 
Durham Elizabeth, seamstress, 44 Johnson 
Durham Jacob, laborer, 407 Light 
Durham Mrs. Mary, 597 w Lombard 



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Durham Mrs. Mary J. 327 n Eutaw 
Durham Mrs. Rhoda, grocery, 15 New 
Durham Samuel, painter, 117 Cross 
DURHAM WILLIAM D. proprietor of 
Linden livery stables, 140, 142, 144 and 
146 Garden 
Durham Wm. D. 302 n Howard 
Durham Wm. laborer, 117 Cross 
During Wm shoemaker, 75 Block 
During Frederick, cigar maker, 375 n Gay 
Durkee Henry H. police, 182 Orleans 
Durkee Mrs. L. R. 19 Lexington 
Durkhausen Susan, 34 n Greene 
Durkin Mrs. Ann, grocery, 140 s Castle 
Durkin Mary, 10 Hammond al 
Durkin Patrick, laborer, 138 s Castle 
Durnell Mr.<3. Ann, millinery, 85 tloward 
Durning Maiy, grocery, 147 n Central av 
Durlam Christian, tailor, 148 n Caroline 
Durm Jacob, brickmaker, 407 Light 
Durr Francis, shoemaker, 146 n Eutaw 
Dursh John, wheelwright, 178 Peirce 
Durst August, basket maker, 665 Pennsyl- 
vania av 
Durst Catherine Y. teacher, 184 Hanover 
Durst John U. foundryman, 191 Hanover 
Durst John F. finisher, 191 Hanover 
Durst Theodore, laborer, Frederick road near 

city limits 
Durst Wolf, cooper, 60 s Regester 
Dushane Cornelius, clerk, 356 w Lombard 
Dushane Klizabeth, 336 w Lombard 
Dushane Mrs. Harriet K. 72 Columbia 
Dushane Mrs. H. A. 76 s Sharp 
Dushane James A. clerk, 336 w Lombard 
DUSHANE JOHN T. druggist, 559 w 

Fayette 
DUSHANE .TOHiVf A. commission paper 
dealer, 40 s Charles, dw Baltimore county. 
— {See p. 40 Advertisements.) 
Dushane Mrs. Col. Nathan T. 57 n Paca 
Dushane Valentine, book'er. 163 w Lombard 
Dutrow Amos W. 693 Lexington 
Dutrow Curtis F. commission merchant, 1 

Guilford, dw 657 Lexington 
Dutrow Jolin S. 264 Hollins 
Dutrow Robert H. engineer, 143 Vine 
Dutton Frederick W. clerk in Court of Com- 
mon Pleas, Aisquith near Chase 
Dutton Frederick, clerk, 220 e Monument 
Dutton George, ex-sheriff, (John T. Mitchell 

& Co.) 596 Lexington 
Dutton John, 46 e Baltimore 
Dutton John, lime inspector, 46 e Baltimore 
Dutton John R. clerk, 220 e Monument 
Duttnn Mary A. 325 e Pratt 
Dutton Mrs. Mary A. 5 Franklin 
Dutton Capt. M. P. 3 s Ann 
Dutzmayer iVlary, washerwoman, 170 s Wolfe 
Duvall Alfred L. civil engineer, office over 7 

South, dw 7 Penn 
Duvall Algernon S. clerk, 3 Hollins 
Duvall Benj. blacksmith, 22 s Carey 
Duvall Charles, carpenter, 69 Mullikin 
Duvall Charles, clerk, 9 s Howard 
Duvall E. G. 365 Eutaw place 
Duvall Mrs Elizabeth, 104 Hanover 
Duvall Mrs. Elizabeth, 197 w Fayette 
Duvall Fanny, actress, 82 n Front 
Duvall Geo. W. clerk, 248 w Baltimore 
Duvall Geo. W. shoemaker, 77 Hillen 
Duvall George W. engineer, 51 s Schroeder 
Duvall Miss Georgie A, teacher, 27 n Calvert 



Duvall Henry, (Duvall & Iglehart,) 26 Hollins 
DuvsJ.1 Henry C. clerk, 90 Light-st wharf 
Duvall Henry E. clerk, 89 s Sharp 
DUVALL & IGLEBART, (H. Duvall, G. 

H. Iglehart,) grocers and produce merch'ts, 

53 w Pratt 
Duvall Jacob R 797 w Baltimore 
Duvall James L. H. clerk, 3 Hollins 
Duvall J. 12 n Bond 
Duvall J. C. clerk, 92 n Paca 
Duvall John H. 197 n Charles 
Duvall John H. clerk, 29 s Howard 
Duvall John M. clerk, 19 s Howard 
Duvall John H. clerk, 487 w Fayette 
Duvall Mary, 19 s Howard 
Duvall Nathan T. shoemaker, 77 n Amity 
Duvall Richard, cooper, 480 w Lombard 
Duvall Rieman, clerk, 197 w Fayette 
Duvall Thomas, painter, 74 n Ann 
Duvall Thomas J. ladies' shoemaker, 20 n 

Bond 
Duvall Wm. H. clerk B. & 0. R. R., 19 s 

Howard 
Duvall Wm. H. machinist, 797 w Baltimore 
Duvall Wm M. clerk, 25 s Howard 
Duvall V. messenger Adams Express, 27 n 

Calvert 
Duwees Eliza, butter dealer, 141 n Exeter 
Duwees John C. moulder, 141 n Exeter 
Dwen Peter S. clerk B. & O. R. R. 56 s Sharp 
Dwcn Sophia C. 88 n Calvert 
Dwinelle Dr. James, 117 s Broadway 
Dwyer Daniel, bricklayer, Calverton Mills, 

near Almshouse 
Dwyer John, basket maker, 97 n P'utaw 
Dwyer Michael, blacksmith, 99 n Central av 
Dwyer Patrick, porter, 22 Ramsay 
Dwyer Peter, porter, 36 s Schroeder 
Dyale Michael, laborer, 5 Camden la 
Dyer Benj. grocer, 525 w Baltimore 
Dyer D. P. clerk commissary, 38 n Calvert 
Dyer J. 10 South 
Dyer John, laborer, 2 Webster al 
Dyer J. (Penn & Dyer,) 16 St. Paul 
Dyer Levi R. machinist, 2 Ramsay 
Dyer Walter, grocer, s w cor Lexington and 

Faca, dw 26 n Pine 
Dyer Walter J. L. clerk, 26 n Pine 
Dyott John, wheelwright, 209 n Central av 
Dysart Moses A. collector, 150 Aisquith 



DYRNFORTH SOLOMON, Wool 
Dealer, &c., 104 S. Charles. 



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Eachus Edwin, dry goods, s w cor Pratt and 
Hanover, dw Penna av near Northern av 

Eagan Catherine, 96 Druid Hill av 

Eagen Francis, 6 Albemarle 

Eagleston Abram, wood dealer, cor Wall and 
Dugan's wharf, dw 771 w Baltimore 

Eagleston Mrs. Ann, 362 e Fayette 

Eagleston Charles, bacon dealer, n e cor Or- 
leans and Castle al 

Eagleston Jonathan T. soldier, n e cor Or- 
leans and Castle al 

EAGLE HOTEL, 132 Hillen, Wm. H. Kelly 
& Co. proprietors 

Eaisenhow Frank, nailer, 220 e Eager 



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Eakman Bryan, carpenter, 109 s Wolfe 
Ealey Wm H. sliip carpenter, 118 Bank 
Eames Edward , tailor, 56 Tyson 
Eames Henry E. belt and hose maker, 328 w 

Pratt 
Eames Wm. A. superintendent card manu- 
factory, 128 s Paca 
Eanke Charles S. shoemaker, 39 Albemarle 
Eanke Charles jr., portraits, 39 Albemarle 
Eanson B. laborer, 21 Douglass 
Eareckson C. Federal, clerk, 4n Bond 
Eareckson Dr. Edwin, 5 n Front 
Eareckson Henrietta, 31 Gough 
Eareckson V. 0. lumber merchant, West 

Falls av. dw 207 e Pratt 
Earhart George W. conductor C. P. R. R., St. 

Mary's ct 
Earhart George W. property agent, 242 

Pennsylvania av 
Earhart Jacob B. rectifier, 253 w Biddle 
Earl John, at Miller's hotel 
Earl Frank, machinist, 52 s Schroeder 
Earle Margaret, servant, 95 McCulloh 
Earles James H. cigar maker, 153 Vine 
Earlougher James P. barkeeper, 170 n Exeter 
Earlougher John M. clerk at Barnum's, 170 n 

Exeter 
Earlougher Mrs. Mary, 6 s Exeter 
Early Bernard J. tailor, 95 n Front 
Early Eugene A. attorney, 32 St. Paul 
Early Jeremiah, bricklayer, 39 Stockton 
Early Margaret J. teacher, 53 e Madison 
Early Samuel, carpenter, 330 Franklin 
Early Thomas, wheelwright, 45 e Madison 
Early Thomas, 53 e Madison 
Earnhard Lawrence, laborer, 3 Port 
Earnshaw Thomas S. machinist, 594 w Pratt 
Earnshaw Thomas, machinist, 594 w Pratt 
Earp John, shoemaker, 327 w Lombard 
Earnest Ann, 186 n Cal^^rt 
Easley Thomas, boat bumler, 183 s Ann 
Easley Wm. ship carpenter, 280 Eastern av 
Easley Wm. ship carpenter, 317 Eastern av 
Easman John, laborer, 15 Cambridge 
East Caleb J. butcher, 12 Hollins-st. market, 

dw 513 w Lombard 
East Jacob, carpenter, 56 Buren 
East Louis, beef butcher, 234 Light 
Easten James, laborer, 89 n Howard 
Easter Amelia, 263 s Dallas 
Easter Hamilton, (H. Easter & Co.) Liberty 

road, Baltimore county 
EASTER HAMILTOJN & CO. (H. Easter, 
J. H. Easter, J. Easter, jr.) importers, job- 
bers and retailers of dry goods, 199, 201, 
and 203 w Baltimore 
Easter James H. (H. Easter & Co.) 179 St. 

Paul 
Easter James W. (H. Easter & Co.) 303 

Lexington 
Easter John jr. (H. Easter & Co.) 266 n 

Howard 
Easter Dr. John, dentist, 119 n Eutaw 
Easter Peter, brickmaker, 408 s Charles 
Easterday Ann, milliner, 92 Harrison 
Eastern Hay Scales, corner Monument and 

Buren 
Eastern Spring, bounded by Pratt, Lombard, 
. Eden and Spring 
Eastly John, mariner, 311 e Pratt 
Eastman Christian, nailmaker, Fort av betw 

Lawrence and Johnston 
Eastman Henry W, 67 Columbia 



EASTMAN H. W. Manufacturer 
of Eastman's Patent Folding 
Family Bedsteads, and Dealer in 
Furniture generally. Store and 
Counting Room Furniture, 332 w 
Baltimore. 



Eastman I. B. & Co. (I. B. Eastman,) ship 
and com. merchants, over 70 w Lombard 

Eastman I. B. (I. B. Eastman & Co.) 141 w 
Fayette 

EASTMAN DR. LEWIS M. n e cor 
Lexington and Fremont. 

Easton J. clerk, 32 Camden 

Boston Peter, brickmaker, 32 Elizabeth la 

Easton Robert, mariner, 145 Cross 

Eastwick Edward P. supt. Md sugar refinery, 
dw 63 wLombard 

Eastwood Geo. H. sailmaker, 45 Stirling 

Eastwood Noah, laborer, Landvale nr Green- 
mount av 

Eastwood Wm. R. plasterer, 333 Saratoga 

Eaton Albert, mate, 190 s Ann 

Eaton Brothers & Co. (G. N. Eaton, H. C. 
Eaton,) dry goods com. merchants, 13 s 
Charles 

Eaton Catherine, 103 Vine 

Eaton Chas. J. M. 52 Mt. Vernon place 

EATON & CO. (Wm. P. Eaton, J. 
A. Houston,) Real Estate, Claim 
and Advertising Agents, over 202 
w Baltimore. 

Eaton Mrs. Frank, 141 North 

Eaton George W. laborer, 155 William 

Eaton Geo. N (Eaton Bros. & Co.) 54 Mount 

Vernon place 
Eaton Hooper C. (Eaton Bros. & Co.) 54 

Mount Vernon place 
Eaton Isham, laborer, 155 William 
Eaton John T. boiler maker, 12 Henrietta 
Eaton RobiYison, police, 224 Bank 
Eaton Wm. E. officer Md. Penitentiary- 
Eaton Wm. attorney, 91 s Sharp 
Eaton Wm. P. (Eaton & Co.) 91 s Sharp 
Eaves Wm. A. superintendent Haskell's can 

factory, 128 s Faca 
Ebaugh David F. ladies' shoes, 220 n Eutaw 
EBAUGH HENRY, watchmaker. Ill n Gay 
Ebaugh Susan, machine stitcher, 19 Preston 
Ebbeghaiiser August, tobacconist, 179 w Pratt 
Ebbeghauser Henry, tobacco, 256 Canton av 
Ebberts Lemuel, cigar mak. 20 s Republican 
Ebeler Earnest H. cutter, s w cor Franklin 

and State 
Eben Henry B. cigar maker, 201 Orleans 
Eberhart Catherine, 274 n Eden 
Eberhart Mrs. Eliza, 63 Washington, F. H. 
Eberhart Henry, brickmaker, 134 McHenry 
Eberhart Mrs. Joseph A. Eden near Eager 
Eberhart Louis, porter, 51 Portland 
Eberhart Mrs. Mary, dress maker, 245 Con- 
way 



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SMITH BROS. & CO., 40 W. Baltimore-st., Famous for their ChoiO© 
Stock of Clothing for Men's and Boys' Wear. 



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Ebert A. clerk, 62 Centre 

Eberle Joseph, stoves & tin ware, 108 Orleans 

Eberly Rev Daniel, 146 Scott 

Eberline Andrew, 47 Granby 

Eberstein Mary, ijrocery, 42 Essex 

Ebersberger Christian, laborer, 189 Castle al 

Ebert Charles, laborer, 365 Eutaw 

Ebert Cornelius F. tobacconist, 175 Barre 

Ebert Frederick, tailor, n w cor Sharp and 

Henrietta 
Ebert John C. piano maker, 297 s Sharp 
Ebert Joseph, cigar maker, 39 n Central av 
Ebert O. A. 62 w Centre 
EBERT O. A. & CO. flour, grain and pro- 
duce, 11 and 18 Patterson 
Ebert William, glass blower, Stockholm betw. 

Eutaw and Russell 
Eberte Sylvester, boiler mak. 554 w Lombard 
Eberts George, cigar maker, Fulton s of Pratt 
Eberts Geo. H. blacksmith, Fulton s of Pratt 
Eberwein Frank, weaver, Frederick road w 

of toll gate 
Eble Conrad, shoemaker, 70 n Caroline 
Ebsworth Daniel, carpenter, 18 Lloyd 
Ebsworth David, 20 Lloyd 
Ebsworth Thomas J. 20 Lloyd 
Eccleston James, shoemaker, 193 n Eden 
Eccleston Robert E. police, 70 Druid Hill av 
Eccleston William, 167 n Eutaw 
Eccleston William, mariner, 154 n Spring 
Eck Charles, laborer, 40 Granby 
Eck George, brewer, 104 s Caroline 
Eck Henry, tobacconist, 220 Canton av 
Eck Henry, tobacconist, 179^^ s Broadway 

Eck , laborer, 35 China 

Eckard Adam, carter, 281 e Monument 
Eckart Carl, plasterer, n e cor Hanover and 

L. Church 
Ecke August, woodsawyer 411 w Pratt 
Eckel Adam, tailor, 47 Abbot 
Eckel Conrad, baker, cor Fayette and Dallas 
Eckel John, sweep master, 41 s Caroline 
Eckelmann Herman H. cigar maker, 5 w 

Lombard 
Eckelmann Herman S. grocer, 45 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
Eckerman Nicholas, tailor, 81 s Chapel 
Eckert Adam, laborer, 281 e Monument 
Eckert Andrew, brewer, 87 Johnson 
Eckert B. carter, 25 iVeighbor 
Eckert Conrad, laborer, 316 William 
Eckert Gotleib, cooper, 20 Calverton road' 
Eckert Hartman, 7 New Church 
Eckert Henry, machinist, 356 s Charles 
Eckert John C. engineer, 42 Holland 
Eckert Louis, cabinet maker, 6 Dewberry al 
Eckert Martin, laborer, 10 Baker ct 
Eckert Mrs. Teressa Ann, furniture wagons, 

119 n Paca 
Eckert Vincent C. S. (J. N. Slagle & Co.) 123 

n Calvert 
Eckhardt Conrad, tavern, 35 Frederick 
ECKHART HENRY, bottling establish- 
ment, 11 s Frederick 
Eckhardt Henry, shoemaker, 140 e Pratt 
Eckhardt Henry L. boiler maker, 237 William 
Eckhardt John, whip maker, 81 Cambridge 
Eckhardt L. carver and gilder, over 82 w Bal- 
timore, dw 40 n Frederick 
Eckhardt i^t Lauer, (Jacob Eckhardt, George 
Lauer,) proprietors Commercial Hotel, 71 
Hanover 
Eckhardt Louis, shoemaker, 23 Brown 



Eckhardt William, carver and gilder, 58 n 

Gay, dw 74 Park 
Eckhart Christopher, blacksmith, 204 s Wolfe 
Eckhart Louis, shoemaker, 437 Canton av 
Ecklemann Herman R. shoeni 'r, 5 w Lombard 
Ecklemann Sophia, lager beer, 5 w Lombard 
Eckler Herman, shoemaker, 5 s Front 
Ecklerstein Jacob, laborer, 49 Bank 
Eckman Geo.T. wagoner, 880 w Baltimore 
Eckman Geo. T. 630 w Baltimore 
Eckman John, hay presser, 112 Hollins 
Eckman John H. clerk, 112 Hollins 
Eckstine Geo. paver, 514 Penna. av 
Eckstine George, porter, 514 Penna. av 
Eckstine Wm. laborer, 295 Penna. av 
Eckstine Wm huckster. Shad al near Greene 
Ecksturm Christian, box maker, s w cor 

Charles and Hughes 
Edel Frederick, furniture wagon, 142 e Lom- 
bard 
Edel Henry, tailor, 56 Ensor 
Edel John W. & Co., butter dealers, 257 Har- 
ford av 
Edel John W. (J. W. Edel & Co.) 257 Har- 
ford av 
Edel Philip, tailor, 235 e Eager 
Edel Samuel T. (John W. Edel & Co.) 257 

Harford av 
Edeler Charles, clerk, 350 w Pratt 
Edeler Geo. saddler, 350 w Pratt 
Edeler Wm. saddler, 350 w Pratt 
Edelman Charles, tavern, 113 Hollins 
Edelman Daniel, 12 Brown, Baltimore Co. 
Edelman Jacob, carter, 171 s Eden 
Edelman John F., sergeant police, 385 Har- 
ford av 
Edelman Philip M. gardener 872 w Baltimore 
Edelman Valentine, carpenter, 68 Eislein 
Edelman Valentine, carpet weaver, 61 Centre 

Market space 
Edelmann John, wffeelwright, Chappell near 

Fremont 
Eden Mark, cheese dealer, 149 Aisquith 
Eden Richard, paper agent, 219 e Monument 
Eder Joseph F. potter, 121 s Castle 
Eder Macarius, laborer, 87 s Sharp 
Edes Mrs. Mary A. 173 Garden 
Edgar George W. 144 Hanover 
Edgar John M. attorney, Bible House, 75 w 

Fayette, dw s e cor Charles and Pleasant 
Edgar Peter, mate 190 s Ann 
Edgar Capt. Thos. mariner, 54 s Exeter 
Edgar Wm. H. carp. U. S. N., 247 Hanover 
Edger Thomas, shoemaker, 147 e Monument 
Edkins Francis, (Leach & Edkiiis) 52 Philpot 
Edkins Joseph, photographist, over 103 w 
Baltimore, dw n w corTownsend and John 
Edey Caroline, cook, 11 n Carey 
Edling John, piano maker, 441 w Fayette 
Edelinger Frederick, clerk, 49 Albemarle 
Edmeades Wm.T. (Barth & Edmeades) Har- 
ford road, Baltimore Co. 
Edmiston Samuel B. mail agent B. & O. R. 

R., 186 s Paca 
Edmond Mrs. Sarah A. milliner, 68 Pearl 
Edmonds Samuel, grocer, n w cor Pearl and 

Lexington 
Edmonds Sam'l, s w cor Carey and Saratoga 
Edmonds Wm. E. (W. E. Edmonds &S. Ed- 
monds) 259 Saratoga 
EDMONDS WM. E. grocer, sw cor Lex- 
ington and Greene 
Edmondson Albert P. sail maker, 17 Henrietta 



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Edmondson Capt. Jas. 318 Light 
Edmondson Capt. James, 83 William 
Edmnndson Capt. Jas. mariner, 77 Warner 
Edmondson Joseph A. grocer and commission 

merchant, 29 Cheapside, dw Charles street 

extended 
Edmondson Samuel B mail agent B. & 0. R. 

R., 186 s Paca 
Edmondson Dr. Thomas, 299 Lexington 
Edmondson Winder W. clerk, 56 Barre 
Edmonston Mrs. Elizabeth, 220 e Madison 
Edmunds James R. discount clerk Farmers' 

and Merchants' Bank, dw 175 w Hoffman 
Edv.ards Mrs. Amanda, 203 e Monumert 
Edwards Anna, 21 Foundry 
Edwards Benjamin, laborer, 170Gougli 
Edwards B. F. engineer, 115 s Washington, 

F P. 
Edwards Mrs. Catherine, 44 n Broadway 
Edwards David, laborer, 101 n Eutaw 
Edwards David, laborer, 74 Beason 
Edwards E. G. agent for D. M. Osborne & 

Co. reaping machine, 29 Light 
Edwards Eliza, seamstress, Clinton n of Boston 
Edwards Emory G. agent, (D. M. Osborne & 

Co.) 139 Conway 
Edwards Fred'k W. photographer, 50 Stiles 
Edwards Hiram, master mariner, 32 Henrietta 
Edwards James, huckster, 59 L. Hughes 
Edwards Jane F. 50 Stiles 
Edwards .lohn, soldier, 170 Gough 
Edwards John E. engineer U. S. N., 50 Stiles 
Edwards John T. caulker, 13 Hevan 
Edwards John T. caulker, 184 Mfintgomery 
Edwards Joseph H. moulder, 13 Bt:van 
EDWAIiDS LEROY, hardware, 297 n 

Howard 
Edwards Mary, 63 Richmond 
Edwards Mary E. 98 e Eager 
Edwards Margaret, confectionery, 195 e Pratt 
Edwards Mrs. Mary E. 101 n Broadway 
Edwards Michael, drayman, G3 Richmond 
Edwards P. watch case maker, 141 e Pratt 
Edwards Mrs. Rachel, 117 n Central av 
EDWARDS RICHARD, .Jr. agent for East- 
ern and Western glass manufacturers, over 

24 s Charles 
Edwards Mrs. Capt. Richard, 44 n Broadway 
Edwards Samuel H. huckster, 6 e Second 
Edwards Sophia L. music teacher, 47 Ross 
Edwards Thomas, powder vermin destroyer, 

101 Kutaw 
Edwards Thomas H. carpenter, 240 Lexing- 
ton 
Edwards Thomas J. clerk, 50 Stiles 
Edwards William, boiler maker, 134 Garden 
Edwards Wm. M. teller Mechanics' Bank, dw 

27 s Howard 
Edwards Rev. Wm. B. pastor Fayette-st. M. 

E. church, dw 296 w Fayette 
Eff Hubbard, laborer, 8 e Monument 
Effing Barney, huckster, 135 Low 
Egan Florida, cloak maker, 97 Hanover 
Egan Martin, laborer, 4 Falls 
Egan Michael, horseshoer, 63 Preston 
Egan Wm. J. salesman, 41 n Exeter 
Egbert Dr. Daniel, 210 n Calvert 
Egenburger Philip, carpenter, 20 Etting 
Egers Henry A. shoemaker, 127 Hill 
Egerton A. Dubois, mineral water saloon, 99 

w Baltimore, dw 194 Preston 
EGERTON CHAS. C. watches and jewelry, 
148 w Baltimore, dw 278 e Baltimore 



Egerton Charles C. (Richard B. Keys & Co.) 

139 n Calvert 
EGERTON JOHN B. banker and broker, s 

e cor South-st. and Exchange place, dw 143 

St. Paul 
Egerton John B. (S. E. Egerton & Co.) St. 

Paul, betw. Monument and Centre 
Egerton John B. (A. Emory & Co.) 143 St. 

Paul 
Egerton Samuel E. (S. E. Egerton & Co.) 83 

St Paul 
EGERTON S. E. & CO. (S. E. Egerton, 

W. M. Powell, J B. Egerton,) dealers in 

groceries, liquors, tobacco and cigars, 37 

Cheapside 
Egerton Wm. A. clerk, 212 e Fayette 
Egerton W. A. clerk, 53 Courtland 
Eggai's Claur, piano maker, 125 Franklin 
Eggars Harman, barkeep., Belle vue Gardens, 

Baltimore near city limits 
Eggemann Henry, grocer, 432 n Gay 
Egger Henry, tobacconist, 167 Druid Hill av 
Egger Henry, cigar maker, 306 Franklin 
Egger Wm. T cigar maker, Franklin bet 

Ogston and Fremont 
Eggleston Edwin C. (Eggleston & Schultz) 

■"121 n High 
EGGELSTON & SCHULTZ, (Edwin C. 

Egirleston, Frederick W. Schultz) gas fit- 
ters and ]iluml)crs, 121 n High 
Eggleston Joseph W. carpenter, 26 Peirce,dw 

212 Mulberry 
Egner Charles, clerk, 161 w Pratt 
Egner Lewis, Initcher, 91 Lexington market, 

dw Calverton road 
Eherline Nicholas, boiler maker, 252 e Chase 
Ehlen Ellen, nurse, 35 Orchard 
Ehlen Geo. W. clerk, 94 Pearl 
Ehlen Geo. W. clerk, Greene btw Lexington 

and Saratoga 
Ehlen Henry W. (Foltz & Ehlen) 137 n Paca 
Ehlen John H clerk, 320 Lexington 
Ehlen John H. 137 n Paca 
EHLEN .lOHN F. coal office, 36 second, dw 

320 Lexington 
Ehlen Thos. A. driver Adams Exp. 137 n Paca 
Ehlers Aaron, confectioner, 177 e Monument 
Ehlers Bernard, Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, 

192 e Monument 
Ehlers Henry, grocery, 60 McElderry 
Ehlers John D. wood engraver, over 117 w 

Baltimore, dw 55 e Madison 
Ehlers Lewis, groceries and feed, 378 Light 
Ehlert George, painter, 181 Peirce 
Ehlies Henry, 193 s Paca 
Ehlies Henry, jr. teamster, 229 Conway 
Ehm Peter, shoemaker, 412 n Gay 
Ehmann Gottfried, butcher, 21 Belair market, 

dw Monuument near Castle al 
Ehrhardt Albert, teacher, 227 Saratoga 
Ehrhardt Anna R. 754 Penna. av 
Ehrhardt Mrs. Margaret, 252 s Eutaw 
Ehrhart George, provisions, 592 Penna. av 
Ehrhart Thos. carpenter, 592 Penna. av 
Ehrlich Alexander, peddler, 47 Hampstead 
Ehrlich Jacob, furniture dealer, 112 Low 
Ehrman & Bardroff", (P. Ehrman, L. E. Bard- 

roff,) coal and wood, 23 Fell 
EHRMAN & BERSCH, (John Ehrman, 

Christian Bersch,) steam planing, flooring, 

and saw mill and box makers, 210 s Howard 
Ehrman Charles H. agent Adams Express 

Co., 6 Aisquith 



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Roofing, and Patent Neoteric Smoking Tubes, over 99 W. BaltlmoreHit. 



Well-dressed People buy their Clothing of SMITH BEOS. & CO., 
No. 40 W. Baltimore Street. 



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Ehrmann Frederick, (Ehrman & Bardorff,) 

33.^ s Caroline 
EHRMAN GEORGE M. flour and produce 

commission merchant, n w cor Howard and 

Pratt, dw 20 s Greene 
Ehrman George, grocery, 74 Portland 
Ehrman Jacob, carpenter, II n Sharp, dw 20 

s Greene 
Ehrman John, lumljer insp. 74 Albemarle 
Ehrman John, clerk. Block near Caroline 
Ehrman John, ^Ehrman & Bersch) 140 Lee 
Ehrman Lewis, grocer and ship chandler, cor 

Nicholson and Townsend 
Ehrman Wm. dry g.,ods, 166 Franklin 
Ehrings Henry, rag dealer, 5 China 
Eiarman Paul, baker, 267 e Lombard 
Eichburg Bertha, second-hand, 15 n Pine 
EichelbeVger Albert, clerk, 177 Mulberry 
Eichelberger Emanuel W. lumber merchant, 

99 s Paca 
Eichelberger Francis, painter, 12 Chatsworth 
Eichelberger Frank T. 13 George 
Eichelberger Geoige N. soldier, 360 Saratoga 
Eichelberger James, clerk Q. M. department, 

77 n Eutaw 
Eichelberger John M. painter, 451 Franklin 
Eichelberger John W. Franklin House 
Eichelberger John W. soldier, 360 Saratoga 
Eichelberger John S. clerk, 360 Saratoga 
Eichelberger Henry, (J. Eichelberger & Co.) 

322 s Charles 
Eichelberger J. (J. Eichelberger & Co.) 322 

s Charles 
Eichelberger J. & Co., (J. Eichelberger, H. 

Eichelberger,) auction dry goods, 322 s 

Charles. — [See p. 12 Jldvertisements.\ 
EICHELBERGER OTHO W. liquors, 1 s 

Howard, dw 41 n Calvert 
Eichelberger Samuel E. (C. Andrews & Co.) 

5 Spear's wharf 
Eichelberger Thomas S. machinist, 307 Sara- 
toga 
Eichelberger William, agent, 36 Gilmer 
Eichenauer Christian, shoemaker, 62 n Dallas 
Eichenbroat John, laborer, 237 s Bond 
Eichengreen Isaac, (Eichengreen & Bros.) 

Washington, D. C. 
Eichengreen Moses (Eichengreen & Bros.) 172 

n Gay 
Eichengreen William (Eichengreen & Bro.) 

Washington, D. C. 
EICHENGREEN & BROS. (Isaac Eichen- 
green, Wm. Eichengreen, Moses Eichen- 
green,) clothiers, 172 n Gay 
Eichhorn Charles F. music teacher, 121 e 

Pratt 
Eichliorn Theodore, grocery, cor Gough and 

Granby 
Eichinger George, liquors, 29 Brown 
Elichinger Lewis, baker, 39 Tessier 
Eichler Charles, cutter, 157 German 
Eichler John, farmer. House of Refuge 
Eichman Charles, (Hopkins & Eichman,) 128 

e Baltimore 
Eichner Andrew, cooper, Lemmon w of Scott, 

dw 186 Lemmon al 
Eichner Chas. butcher. Western Cemetery la 
Eichner Christian, Western Cemetery la 
Eichner David, inttcher, 114 Centre and 71 

Lexington Markets, dw Wesi'n Cem'ry la 
EICHNER JOHN, butcher, 58 Lexington 

and II Hollins-st Markets, dw Frederick 

road 6 of toll gate 



Eichner Jacob, shoemaker, 49 Harrison 
Eichorn Adam, laborer, 156 Aliceanna 
Eichorn Frederick, music teacher, 241 Alice- 
anna 
Eichorn Henry, U. S. N. 90 s Bethel 
Eichorn Martin, butcher, s e cor Fayette and 

Gist 
Eichus Christian, laborer, 151 n Eden 
Eickhoff Catherine, lager beer, 32 North 
Eickhoff George, shoemaker, 142 Harford av 
Eickel Henry, scourer, 103 Park 
Eickelman Adam, carter, 280 Aisquith 
Eickelman August, blacksmith, 280 Aisquith 

Eideiman , boxmaker, 68 Eislein 

Eidle Jacob, cooper, 26 Hall al 
Eidmann Daniel, huckster, 600 Penna av 
Eidmann George, tailor, 20 s Liberty 
Eierman Wm. baker, 75 Barre 
Eig:elberner Mary A. 55 McHenry 
Eigeberner Thomas F. (Shorey & Eigeber- 

ner,) 55 McHenry 
Eigenbrodt Henry, watchman, 56 s Caroline 
Eigenbrot Christian, lager beer. 277 s Sharp 
Eigenraug Frederick, harness maker, 142 For- 
rest 
Eigner John, tailor, 16 s Regester 
Eihenberg Henry, tailor, 26 Ensor 
Eilbacher John V. blacksmith, 248 Mont- 
gomery 
Eilau David, 24 Aisquith 
Eilau William, grocer, 113 s Ann 
Eilermann John H., carter, 94 w Pratt 
Eiles Charles, sailor, 316 Eastern av 
Eimhold George, cooper, 389 s Charles 
Eimlic Charles, 227 s Bethel 
Einbrods Charles, confectioner, 105 s Paca 
Einhorn Edward, butcher, 123 Sarah Ann 
Einstein Abraham, (Einstein Brothers& Co.,) 

288 w Baltimore 
ELN STEIN BROTHERS & CO., (A.Ein- 
stein, Z. Einstein, H. CEttinger, S. Archer,) 
boots and shoes, 288 w Baltimore 
Einstein Gabriel, cloth cutter, 40 s Caroline 
Einstein Moses, hoot and shoe dealer, 149 e 

Lombard 
Einstein Samuel, tobacconist, 177 w Pratt, dw 

23 Conway 
Einwaechter Adam, grocery, 6 n Fremont 
Einwaechter Alexander, wheelwright and 

blacksmith, 116 Columbia 
Einwaechter, Geo., blacksmith, 116 Columbia 
Eisel George, butcher, 84 Lexington market, 

dw 434 Penna av 
Eiseman Bernard, butcher, 85 n Eden 
Eiseman Moses, boots and shoes, 104 n Gray 
Eisenberg Andrew, blacksmiih, 152 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Eisenbrandt Christopher H., musical instru- 
ments, 78 w Baltimore 
Eisenhard Anton, coal oil and lamps, 254 n 

Gay 
Eisenhardt August, cigar maker, 44 George 
Kisenhardt Christian, shoemaker, 72 Portland 
Eisenhardt John, tobacconist, 114 n Eutaw, 
dw 44 George 

Eisfeld Mrs. , dry goods, 218 s Caroline 

Eisfi'ld L., shoemaker, 82 s Spring 

Kisinger Paul, cabinet maker, 152 Raborg 

Eislea Jacob, butcher, 6 Etting 

Eisler John, saddler, 60 e Fayette 

Eising Emanuel, (Nordlinger & Co.,) 234 W 

Lombard 
Eisman Albert, wheelwright, 504 Penna. av 



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Eisman Mrs. George, umbrella maker, 57 Or- 
chard 
Eistor Michael, laborer, 188 Hamburg 
Eitel Edward, porter, 4 n Howard 
Elbeck John, tailor, 25 Watson 
Elbed John, 418 Canton av 
Elder Rev. A. J., St. Mary's Seminary, Penn- 
sylvania av near St. Mary 
Elder Allen, 17 Holland 
Elder Ann, 8 s Republican 
Elder Benjamin, machinist, 453 Franklin 
Elder B. S, 57 w Biddle 
Elder Charles M., clerk, 56 e Baltimore 
Elder Francis W., (White & Elder,) 80 w 

Monument 
Elder James, carpenter, 46 s Oregon 
Elder J<ihn T., painter, 89 w Biddle 
Elder John T., wheelwright, 66 s Schroeder 
Elder Mary Ann, 79 Hillen 
Elder Samuel & Co., (S. Elder, 0. F. Lantz,) 

flour merchants, 32 n Howard 
Elder Samuel, (Samuer Elder & Co.,) 156 n 

Howard 
Eleech John, fruit stand, cor Baltimore and 

Hanover, dw 57 Park 
Elderkin James K., silversmith, 437 w Fayette 
Eldridge Robert, baker, 108 e Pratt 
Eldridge Wm. D. police, 172 Chesnut 
Elfrey Mrs. Jane, 118 Boyd 
Elfridge Joiin, porter, 124 Peirce 
Elgert John, shoemaker, 37 Bank 
Elias Joseph, furniture, 55 Penna av 
Eliason John A. bricklayer, 190 Madison av 
Eliel Solomon, (Eliel & Mayer,) 2:20 w Pratt 
Eliel & Mayer, (Solomon Kliel, Elias Mayer) 

boot and shoemakers, 220 w Pratt 
Eline Francis, huckster, 173 Wayne 
Elkman Harman, grocer, s e cor Aliceanna 

and Windsor 
Ellemyer Charles, tailor, 278 Greenmount av 
Ellender Frederick, bricklayer, 15 Orleans 
EUender Frederick, tin and sheet iron worker, 

350 Harford av 
Ellender Mary, 11 Orleans 
Ellender Sarah, 11 Orleans 
EUenhouse George, engineer, 147 s Bethel 
EUers John, soldier, 146 Vine 
Ellicott Adam, brickmaker, 34 Gist 
Ellicott Andrew, 157 St. Paul 
Ellicott Evan T. dwelling and office, 174 w 

Lombard near Eutaw 
Ellicott Evan T.jr. (H. Wm. Ellicott & Bro.) 

157 St. Paul 
ELLICOTT H. WM. & Bro. Maryland Blast 

Furnace, s side Basin 
Ellicott H. Wm. (H. Wm. Ellicott & Bro.) 

157 St. Paul 
ELLICOTT & HEWES, (T. E. Hewes) 

produce commission merchants, butter, 

cheese, &c., 67 Exchange place 
Ellicott John, miller. Falls road near North- 
ern av 
Ellicott Mrs. L. Eager near St. Paul 
Ellicott Lewis E. 530 Lexington 
Ellicott Lindely, farmer, 193 n Howard 
EUicott Samuel, 6 Franklin 
EUicottMrs. Sarah, 642 Lexington 
Ellicott S. E. clerk, 642 Lexington 
Ellicott Thomas P. (William M. Ellicott & 

Sons,) 193 n Howard 
ELLICOTT WM. M. & Sons, (William M. 

Ellicott, Thomas P. Ellicott,) commission 

merchants, 3 Spear's wharf 



Elligson Julius, tailor, 57 n Dallas 
Ellinger Jacob, cattle dealer, 541 n Gay 
ELLINGKR JOHN F. restaurant, 191 Light, 

s e cor Lee 
Ellinger Samuel, n w cor Broadway and Jef- 
ferson 
Ellinger & Flit.der, (J. A. Ellinger, C. E. 

Flinder,) restaurant, 38 w Fayette 
Ellingsworth Wm., sailor, 9 s Ann 
Elliot P«.obert O., carpenter, 21 Mott 
ELLIOTT, BLACKLAR &, CO., (A. J. Elli- 
ott, A. C. Blacklar, Wm. Murphy,) flour 
and feed, 15 and 17 w Pratt 
Elliott Benjamin, laborer, 188 s Ann 
Elliott Curtis, engineer, 66 s Poppleton 
Elliott Daniel, brickmaker, s Clement near 

William 
Elliott Edward, notion store, 126 Lexington, 

dw 296 n Howard 
Elliott Edward, carpenter. 111 Orleans 
Elliott Ellen, dressmaker, 18 Orchard 
Elliott Mrs. Elizabeth, 165 e Madsion 
Elliott George, shoemaker, 296 Mulberry 
Elliott George T , tavern, 17 Foundry 
ELLIOT I' HENRY A. & BRO., (Henry A. 
Elliott and W. Elliott,) apothecaries and 
druggists, 286 Lexington 
Elliott Henry A., (Henry A. Elliott & Bro.,) 

286 Lexington 
Elliott James, shoemaker, 24 May 
Elliott James I., (Delcher& Co.,) 160 e Eager 
Elliott James, bricklayer, 265 n Central av 
Elliott John, carpenter, 234 n Bond 
Elliott John T., ornamental painter, 8 n Car- 
oline 
Elliott John, machinist, 5 Abbot 
Elliott John, laborer, 305 Lemmon al 
Elliott John, piano tuner and teacher, 135 w 

Madison 
Elliott Joseph, soldier, 256 n Eden 
Elliott Joseph, driver, 57 Granby 
Elliott Joseph P., (F. B. Loney & Co.,) 3 

Hanover 
Elliott Lorinda, tailoress, 186 Henrietta 
Elliott Mary Jane, n e cor Caroline and Gay 
Elliott Nathan J, (Elliott, Blacklar & Co.,) 

8 n Caroline 
Elliott Robert, carpenter, 228 e Monument 
Elliott Robert, porter, 49 Low 
Elliott Robert, police, 189 L. Constitution 
Elliott Richard L., carpenter, 284 e Fayette 
Elliott Thomas, huckster, 332 Franklin 
Elliott Thomas, clerk, 135 w Madison 
Elliott Thomas J., butcher, 16 n Choptank 
Elliott Thomas, police, 358 Eastern av 
Elliott Wesley, brickmaker, 57 Fort av 
Elliott Wm., teacher, 298 n Howard 
Elliott Prof. Wm., jr., 307 n Caroline 
Elliott Wm. H., carpenter, 98 Pearl 
Elliott Wm H., clerk, 98 Pearl 
Elliott Rev. Wm., letter carrier, 307 n Caroline 
Elliott Wm. W., clerk, 8 n Caroline 
Elliott Wm., (Henry A. Elliott & Bro.,) 286 

Lexington 
Elliott Wm. H., painter, 10 Laurel 
Kills Alexander B., (Louis McMurray & Co.) 

H?l w Biddle 
Ellis Charles N., clerk, 212 w Biddle 
Ellis Edward, laborer, 222 Chesnut al 
Ellis Elizabeth Jane, 151 Montgomery 
Ellis Ehzabeth R., 24 Front 
Ellis George, carpenter, 433 n Gay 
Ellis Isabella, grocery, 615 Light 



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Ellis James, morocco dresser, 76 Hillen 
Ellis James, carpenter, 49 Hanover 
Ellis John» drayman, 96 n Ann 
Ellis Mary, 64 s High 
Ellis Samuel H. clerk, Balto. co. 
ELLIS & CAIKNS, wholesale and retail 
dealers in foreign and domestic liquors, 
and agents for Robison's improved phos- 
phate of lime, 14 s Gay. — [See page 61 Jid- 
vertisements.] 
Ellis Tliomas, (Ellis & Cairns,) 327 Lexington 
Ellis Wm. ship carpenter, Orleans between 

Broadway and Ann 
Ellis Wm. carpenter, 49 Hanover 
Ellis Wm. soldier, 15 Barnes 
Ellis Wm. carpenter, Quaker lane. Homestead 
Ellison Archibald, silversmith, 246 Cross 
Ellmer Mrs. Mary A. seamstress, 319 Light 
Ellrick Klizabeth, 12 s Gay 
Ellshel J. R. clerk, 516 w Fayette 
Ellworth John W. soldier, 117 Mulberry n e 

cor Paca 
Elm Adam, laborer, 384 Penna. av 
ELMER LEWIS, wholesale vinegar depot, 

2 O'Donnell's wharf, dw 87 William 
Elmore Carrie, 8 Park 
Elmore Chas. A. railroad agent, P. W. & B. 

R. R. H96 Franklin 
Elmore James, butcher, 14 Hanover, dw 495 

e Baltimore 
Elofl'e Charlotte, milliner, 88 Franklin 
Elofte Francis, finisher, 88 Franklin 
Elphring Mrs. Elizabeth, 488 Lexington 
Elsler Henry, baker, 232 n Gay 
Elseroad David, stone cutter, 171 Hanover * 
Elseroad John W. engineer, 151 s Fremont 
Elseroad Lewis N. laborer, 151 s Fremont 
Elseroad Michael, farmer, 524 w Lombard 
Elseroad John, heater, 80 Warner 
Elsesser Henry, cooper, 118 e Fayette 
Elslager Wm. clerk, 101 Columbia 
Elsroad J. T. plumber and gas fitter, 638 w 

Baltimore, dw 528 w Lombard 
Elrys Henry, laborer, 170s Wolfe 
Elsbree Joseph R. ambulance master, 516 w 

Fayette 
Eisner Charles F. clerk, 378 e Monument 
Eisner George, hostler, 18 Baker 
Elterman Fred'k S. 10 Lloyd 
Elton Charles W. coojur, 1 s Ann 
Elton Elizabeth, dry goods, 1 s Ann 
Elton Wm. H. cooper, 1 s Ann 
EUoiihead Arnold D. watchmaker, 87 e Mon- 
ument 
Eltonhead James H. clerk, 499 w Fayette 
Eltonhead Wm. T. salesman, 499 w Fayette 
Ely Caroline, 70McCulloh 
Ely Chas. B. furniture wagon, 354 Eastern av 
Kly Chas. W. (Maynard, Ely & Rose, cor 

Gay and Exeter 
Ely Mrs. Christiana, 71 Granby 
Ely Mrs. Elizabeth, 152 Scott 
Ely Enoch N. engineer, 185 s Ann 
Ely & Golibart, (Wm. N. Ely & Joseph R. 
Golibart,) Canton steam saw mills, Hudson, 
s e cor Lawrence 
Ely Geo. D. coppersmith, 71 Granby 
Ely James, laborer, 127 s Chester 
Ely Jesse F. bookkeeper, 290 n Eutaw 
Ely John T. painter, 71 Granby 
Ely John B. salesman, 170 n Gay 
Ely John W. wheelwright 61 Ensor 
Ely Joseph, carter, 87 n Amity 



Ely John D. bridge and wharf builder, 203 e 

Pratt 
ELY JOHN N. bridge and wharf builder, 

143 s Broadway 
Ely Mahlon S. ladies' shoe store, 170 n Gay 
Ely Samuel, mariner, 76 s Washington, F. P. 
Ely Samuel, 15 Gough 
Ely Wm. N. (Ely & Golibart,) 185 s Ann 
Ely Wm. T. apothecary, s e cor Saratoga and 

Calvert, dw 86 n Calvert 
Ely Wm. F. fireman, 71 Granby 
Elzas Samuel, soldier, 65 Harrison 
Elzey J. C. clerk, 14>^ s Calvert 
Elzey Letitia, boarding, 143^ s Calvert 
Emberg Catherine, 228 e Eager 
Emerich A. boot and shoe dealer, 16 Harrison 
Emerich Conrad, salesman, 234 s Charles 
Emerich Henry, carpenter, 7C Union 
Emerich John P. (Flynn & Emerich,) 196 e 

Monument 
Emerich John, laborer, 23 Armistead la 
Emerich John, shoemaker, 145Raborg 
Emerich Ludwig, soldier, 135 Raborg 
Emerich Philip, second hand clothing, 28 

Harrison 
Emerick Henry, laborer, 134 Lancaster 
Emerick Thomas H. clerk, 81 Chatsworth 
EMERICK WILLIAM H. boot and shoe 

maker, 9 n Eulaw 
Emerson Edward, tinner, 495 w Pratt 
Emerson John, pipe manufacturer, e Pratt nr 

bridge, dw 112 s High 
Emerson Mrs. Capt. Wm. L. sr., 112s High 
Emerson Capt. Wm. L. jr., mariner, 112 s 

High 
Emery George W. clerk, 70 s Paca 
EMERY JOHN B. granite yard, 329 s 

Eutaw, dw 70 s Paca 
Emery Sabine, (Schley & Emory,) 44 Sar- 
atoga 
Emge Elizabeth, laundress, 214 e Eager 
Emge Henry, lithographer, 271 n Dallas 
Emhoff Herman, driver, 190 s Charles 
Emhoff Mat. 326 Canton av 
Emiche Andrew, carpenter, 32 n Schroeder 
Emicli Charles M. laborer, 3 s Schroeder 
Emich Columbus V. (J. H. Perkins & Co.) 

136 n Howard 
Emich John V. salesman, Gilmor nrFranklin 
Emich Mrs. Julia, 378 w Fayette 
Emich Marcella, teacher, Gilmor nr Franklin 
P'mich Wesley D. bricklayer, 3 s Schroeder 
Emick Mrs. Maria, 224 Barre 
Emke Andrew, laborer, 48 s Regester 
Emiang Frederick, cigar maker, 2 Watson ct 
Emling George, laborer, 185 s Caroline 
Emmart D.Adolphus (Emmart& Quartley,) 

Grundy, near McMechin 
Emmart Charles, painter, 240 e Madison 
Emmart David, blacksmith, 104 n Paca 
Emmart Daniel, clerk, 191 e Baltimore 
Emmart Francis, tailor, 210 Stirling 
Emmart John, carpenter, 331 n Eutaw 
Emmart John M. conductor N. C. R., 331 n 

Eutaw 
Emmart Jarrett T. blacksmith, 123 Vine 
Emmart Michael, carpenter, 75 n Caroline 
Emmart Philip, silversmith, 30 n Liberty 
Emmart & Quartley, (A. D. Emmart, A 
Quartley,) sign and banner painter, 276 w 
Baltimore 
Emmart Sarah M. nurse, 25 s Calhoun 
Emmart Sidney, 185 Mulberry 



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Emmart Thomas, tinner, 123 Vine 
Emmart Vernon S. clerk, 104 n Paca 
Emmart W. W. stone cutter, 104 n Paca 
Emme Wm. soldier, 47 Henrietta 
Emmel John, confectioner, 283 Canton av 
Emmerich Christian, shoemaker, 18 South, 

dw 657 w Lombard 
Emmerich Henry, bartender, 57 w Fayette 
Emmett Joseph, 17 Foundry 
Emmich John, flour store, 122 Columbia 
,Emmor Wm. cabinet maker, 37 a Wolfe 
EMMONS HERMON L., Jr. attorney, 4 

Law buildings, dw 32 s Carey 
Emory Ambrose, salesman, 96 Park 
Emory Ann, 242 s Ann 

EMORY ARTHUR & CO. (A. Emory & 
J. B. Egerton,) wholesale importers of 
hardware and cutlery, 23 s Calvert 
Emory Arthur, (A. Emory & Co,,) 47 St. Paul 
Emory Mrs. Dr. August W. 65 e Baltimore 
Emory Mrs. Catherine, 39 Harrison 
Emory D. Hopper, (Brown & Emory,) Bal- 
timore county 
Emory Frederick B. tinner, 203 Biddle 
Emory George, carpenter, 171 n Caroline 
Emory James C. printer, 131 e Eager 
Emory John, tailor, 203 w Biddle 
Emory Jolin, clerk, 10 s Calhoun 
Emory John, wheelwright, 8 Gould's ct 
Emory John W. conductor, 126 Boyd 
Emory Dr. J. K. B. office 18 Courtiand, dw 

147 Hanover 
Emory John K. B. clerk, 119 Columbia 
Emory John H. clerk, 23 s Calvert 
Emory Mrs. Maria, 325 Lexington 
Emory Philomen B. clerk, 110 w Fayette 
Emory Sabine, attorney, 44 Saratoga 
Emory Susan, 203 Biddle 
Emory Thomas H. bookkeeper, 213 w Balto 
Emory Wm. H. com. merchant 6 Wood, dw 

Grundy n of Mosher 
Emory Wm. H. 119 Columbia 
Emory Wm. T. ship carpenter, 242 s Ann 
Emerich George, barber, 179 Conway 
Emrich John, laborer, 29 James al 
Emrine Andrew, stevedore, rear 224 e Eager 
Enkhausen Henry, clerk, 79 Walsh 
Eney Jeremiah, shoemaker, Calverton Mills, 

near Almshouse 
Eney Jeremiah, blacksmith, lis Oregon 
Eney John E. plasterer, 18 s Oregon 
Eney Mrs. Julia Ann, 18 s Oregon 
Eney Oliver N. paper hanger, 485 w Lombard 
Eney Thos. R. shoemaker, 14 s Oregon 
Engehausen Anna E. 75 Park 
Engel Casper, laborer, 172 s Wolfe 
Engel David L. salesman, 655 w Baltimore 
Engel J. George, gunsmith, 126 e Fayette 
Engel Henry, lager beer, 17 Harrison 
Engel Henry, grocery, 23^0 s Exeter 
Engel Jacob, baker, 26 Hampstead 
Engel John, wagoner, Belair av near Balti- 
more cemetery 
Engel John, cooper, 34 Mount 
Engel Lazarus, second-hand clothing, 234 s 

Caroline 
Engel Minnie, seamstress, 250 n Eutaw 
Engel O. jeweler, 2 s Charles, dw 25 Balder- 

ston 
Engelbach Emanuel, tavern, 75 Hanover 
Engels Henry, police, 6 Townsend 
Engellbrecht Elizabeth, 78 Central av 
Engellbrecht Henry, shoeraak. 25 Lancaster 



Engelhardt Edward, broom mak. 221 Chesnut 
Engel hard t Henry, boot and shoe maker, 252 

w Pratt 
Engelhardt Michael, sawyer, 319 s Dallas 
Engelhaupt Adam, clothier, 46 and 48 w Pratt, 

dw 102 s Exeter 
Engelhaupt Amelia, grocery, 183 Raborg 
Engelhaupt Frederick W. tailor, 42 Portland 
Engelhaupt John, salesman, 102 s Exeter 
Engelhaupt Philip, locksmith, 183 Raborg 
Engelking Frederick, tailor, 119 Stirling 
Engell John George, shoemaker, 580 w Bal- 
timore 
Engelman Gustav, boot fitter, 26 n Frederick 
Engelmyer W. wood sawyer, 78 Somerset 
Engelsman Catherine, over 63 w Second 
Engeman John, laborer, 196 Eastern av 
Engert Casper, locksmith, 30 Liberty al 
Engers Philip, tailor, 12 s Durham 
England Christian, shoemaker, 303 n Howard 
England Francis W. messenger provost mar- 
shal, 171 Gough 
England John H police, 94 Grundy 
England Joseph T. general ticket agent B. & 

0. R. R., 40 Conway 
England Julia, boarding, 76 n High 
England Mrs. Mary, 122 e Baltimore 
England Robert A. laborer, 94 Grundy 
England Wm. G. fireman, 69 Richmond 
Engleas Wm. laborer, 53 Preston 
Engleberg Lewis, dyer, 73 Mullikin 
Engler August, (Graf & Engler,) 442 w 

F'ayette 
ENGLER AUGUSTUS C. agent Germania 
Fire and Life Insurance Company, office 
over 18 Second 
Engler Mary A. 5 Smith's al 
Englert Mary A. 24 Abbott 
Engles Harriet, 13 Townsend 
Engles Joseph, laborer, 13 Townsend 
Engles Samuel, bricklayer, 13 Townsend 
English John, milkman, 92 Payson 
English John, tavern, 34 w Lombard, dw 48 

n Eden 
English John R.. (English & Lee,) 48 n Eden 
ENGLISH & LEE, (John R. English, Ed- 
mund Lee,) restaurant, 19 e Baltimore 
English Samuel, cl'k B. & 0. R. R., 129 n Paca 
Enke Charles, shoemaker, 39 Albemarle 
Enke Ludwig, artist, 123 w Baltimore, dw 35 

Albemarle 
Ennert Frederick, laborer, 23 Philpot al 
Ennis Lydia A. teacher, 1 George 
Ennis Mrs Mary, 14 s Republican 
Ennis James H. tinner, 35 n Paca 
Ennis John, blacksmith, 80 s Republican 
Ennis Joseph T. blacksmith, 14 s Republican 
Ennis Sarah, tailoress, 80 s Republican 
Ennis Thomas H. carpenter, 1 George 
Ennis Wm. soldier, 132 Draid Hill av 
Enright Mrs. Mary, 79 Stirling 
Ensel Meyer, dealer in rags, 150 L. Greene 
ENSEY & KIMBERLY, (R. F. Ensey, J- 
M. Kimberly,) wholesale grocers and corn- 
merchants, s w cor Eutaw and Baltimore 
Ensey Lot, (L. Ensey & Son,) 311 w Fayette 
Ensey Lot & Son, (L. Ensey, R. F. Ensey,) 
wholesale grocers and com. merchants, s 
w cor Baltimore and Eutaw 
Ensey Richard F. (Ensey & Kimberly,) 614 

Lexington 
Ensey Richard F. (L. Ensey & Son,) 488 
Lexington 



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Ensinger George, 42 Somerset 

Elisor Abram, bricklayer, 119 n Exetfir 

Elisor Chas. rope maker, Clinton n of Boston 

Ensor Columbus A. soldier, 119 n Exeter 

Ensor Columbus A. soldier. 33 Front 

Ensor Edward, ship joiner, 249 n Bond 

Elisor Hiram, carpenter, 9C Lee 

Ensor James, (Ensor & Linaweaver,) 1 n 

Front 
Ensor James W. ship carpenter, 14 Essex 
Ensor Jesse A painter, 244 Lemmon 
Ensor John C. carpenter, 459 Franklin 
Ensor John, blacksmith, 249 n Central av 
Ensor & Linaweaver, (J. Kiisor, J. W. Lina- 
weaver,) guagers, fil w Pratt 
Ensor Wm. tinner, 483 n Gay 
Enssle Joiin C. harness maker, 20 Lee 
Entes Henry, baker, 259 e Lombard 
Entler Amelia, 24 Pine 
Eiitler Catherine, 24 Pine 
Entler Julia, 24 Pine 
Enton Henry, cooper, 27 Pleasant a! 
Entz Andrew, (EntzJi Bash,) 198 Saratoga 
EJNTZ & BASH, (A. Entz, J. H. Bash) 

booksellers, 35 n Charles 
Entz Mrs. Henrietta, 48 n Poppleton 
Enwright Catherine, 27 Watson 
Enwaldl Henry, boiler maker, 43 Clay 
Eoy John, paver, 66 Richmond 
Episcopal Reading Room, s w cor Charles 

and Fayette 
Epp Charles, cooper, 47 Goodman al 
Eppart Fred'k, laborer, Crosse of Covington 
Epple Wm. {(poihecary, n w cor Light and 

iVIontgomery 
Eppler Charles, wheelwright, 235 Forrest 
Eppler Jacob, cooper, 1U2 s Howard 
Eppley & Brother, (Jas. M. Eppley, Julius 
S. Eppley,) flour and produce com. mer- 
chants, s e cor Howard and Mulberry 
Eppley James M. (Eppley & Bro.) 213 n 

Howard 
Epjiley Julius A. (Eppley & Bro.) 236 n 

Howard 
Epron Peter, shoemaker, 453 n Gay 
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE SOCI- 
ETY, 65 Second, G. W. S. Hall, agent 
Erbe Henry, drayman, 35 Brown 
Erben Mrs. M. S. dressmaker, 33 Rock 
Erberstein Adolph, tailor, n w cor Baltimore 

and Wolfe 
Erck Charles, tailor, 81 n Bond 
Erck Daniel F. butcher, 87 Chatsworth 
Erdbreck Harmon, chrk, 19 Conway 
Erdbrink Henry, clerk, 19 Conway 
Erde Jacob, cabinet maker, 76 Leadenhall 
Erdman Mrs. Susan, 233 Harford av 
Erek Caspar, tobacconist, 234 Saratoga 
Erek Henry, clerk, 132 n Fremont 
Erhart George, 246 s Bond 
Erhart John, baker, 246 s Bond 
Erhman Frederick, grocer, 338 a Caroline 
ErhmJii: John, 90 Block 

ERICH DR. ALGUSTLSF. 118s Broadway 
Erich Fred'k, wire worker, 65 Holland 
Erich Mrs. C. 54 Holland 
Erken Antone, laborer, 233 Gough 
Eribeck John, restaurant, 262 Canton av 
Erie Tliomas, engineer, 468 w Lombard 
Erlich Alex, peddler, 47 Hampatead 
Ermling Henry, (King & Ermling,) 122 Bank 
Ermer CTOtleib, weaver, 43 Eastern av 
Ermer Henry, cigar maker, 43 Eastern av 



Ermold Mrs. Catherine, 179 Conway 

Ermold John C. pattern maker, 215 w Pratt 

Ernst Andrew, laborer, 270 s Dallas 

Ernst Mrs. Elizabeth, 120 Hollins 

Ernst Frederick, cooper, 200 Montgomery 

Ernst Henry, clerk, 28 Hanover 

Ernst Mrs. Joseph, 17 Wyeth 

Ernst Ludwig, tailor, 575 s Sharp 

Ernstberger Francis, barber, 370 Penna av 

Ernstberffcr George, beer saloon, 369 s Eutaw 

ERPENBECK HENRY, restaurant, 219 s 

Broadwciy 
Erpenbeck John F., butcher, 98 Hampstead 
Erold John, cooper, 107 s Dallas 
Ertle John, laborer, 5 Cuba 
Ervin John, laborer, McHenry w of Fulton 
Esansa Henry, dyer, 191 Raborg 
Escavaille Jos. B., clerk 1. 0. O. F., 4 n Eden 
Eschback Fred'k A., street contractor, cor 

Smith and Chatsworth 
Eschbach John E., contractor for paving, 
basement Chesap'ke Bank, dw 63 Cathedral 
Escherick Anton, gunsmith, 477 Baltimore 
Escherick Anton, barkeeper, 477 Baltimore 
Escherick Ferdinand, gunsmith, 477 w Balti- 
more 
Escherick Francis, gunsmith, 477 w Baltimore 
Escott Edward, baker, 27 Centre Market and 

19 Fish Market space 
Eselman Peter, cigar maker, 171 e Lombard 
Esender James, hardware, 171 Lexington, dw 

1 Pearl 
Esender James, butter, 262 s Broadway 
Esender Thomas, laborer, 302 Cross 
Esham Mrs. Fannie W., confectionery, 176 

Madison 
Esherick Thos., custom hotise, 6 n Caroline 
ESKRIDGE & MITCHELL, (J. E. Esk- 
ridge, J. R. Mitchell) sail makers. 111 
Smith's wharf 
Eskridge John E., (Eskridge & Mitchell,) 18 

Hill 
Eskridge Wolfred T. laborer, 338 Eastern av 
Eslin Wm. B. lior.se dealer, 46 n Pine 
Esmer Cliristoplier, carpenter, 242 Lee 
Esmer Mrs. Ernestine, 242 Lee 
Esmer Harman, 242 Lee 
Esmer Reinhart, soldier, 242 Lee 
Esome John H., mariner, 75 Cross 
Espey Wm., cooper, 189 s Ann 
Epsey Wm. P., cooper, 239 s Ann 
Essenger John, machinist, 230 Bank 
Essenger Thomas, carpenter, 146 n High 
Essenger Thomis, carpenter, 121 Hollins 
Esser John, soldier, 4 Barnes 
Essert George, carter, 49 Chatsworth 
Essig Fred'k, butcher, Penna. av near toll 

gate 
Essler Frederick, laborer, 79 n Amity 
Estabrook Endor, clerk, 98 Lee 
Esterly Doretta, 57 n Schroeder 
Esterly Frederick, laborer, 79 n Amity 
Estlack Hirara, printer, 95 Jefferson 
Estling George, brickmaker, 116 West 
Etchberger Chas. E., printer, 342 e Baltimore 
Etchberger Capt. James, mariner, 342 e Bal- 
timore 
Etchberger James S., clerk, 342 e Baltimore 
Etchberger John, boatbuilder, 17 Gough 
Etchberger Wm. C. printer, 342 e Baltimore 
Etchison & Dorsey, ( Perry G. Etchison, John 
A. Dorsey,) leaf tobacco and general pro- 
duce com. merchants, 104 s Charles 



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Etchison Frederick, saddler, 401 w Lombard 
Etchison Perry G. (Etchison & Dorsey,) 

Three Tuns tavern 
Etter Ausjust, 411 w Pratt 
Etting Major Frank, paymaster U. S. A. 18 

Barnet 
Ettinger Geo. M. principal male grammar 

school No. 12 
Etzel Casper, stone cutter, 275 Orleans 
Etzel Kged, school teacher, 34 s Regester 
Etzel John, machinist, 371 e Fayette 
Euler Ernst, shoemaker, 148 e Baltimore 
Euler Charles A, bookbinder, 213 Lexington 
Eunk Louis, shoemaker, 166 s Howard 
Euphemia Sister, matron Mount Hope Hos- 
pital, Bolton near Northern av 
Eurich Peter, laborer, 196 s Washington, F.P. 
EUTAW HOUSE, n \v cor Baltimore and 

Eutaw. R. B. Coleman, proprietor 
EUTAW ST. SAVINGS BANK, s e cor 

Eutaw and Fayette 
Evans Abel, miller, 893 w Pratt 
Evans Alfred D. (A. D. Evans & Co.) 157 n 

High 
Evans Andrew J. pilot, 86 s Ann 
Evans Andrew J. carpenter, 156 Hollins 
Evans Annie, tavern, 31 s Frederick 
EVANS A. D. & CO. (A. D. Evans, R. F. 
Gardner, J. L. Booker,) general agents, 
s w cor North and Fayette 
Evans Catherine, 80 Towson 
Evans Chas. H., Lieut. U. S. A. 52 n Calvert 
Evans Chas. D. gaiter fitter, Calhoun s of 

Ramsay 
Evans Chas. W. water register's office, 234 

n Gay 
Evans Clarence A. engineer, 18 Jackson sq 
Evans Daniel, sutler, 37 Greenmount av 
Evans Daniel T. pilot, 132 s Ann 
Evans Daniel E. boiler maker, 183 Hollins 
Evans Rev. David, 18 Jackson square 
Evans David G. druggist, Jackson square 
Evans Edward, painter, 92 w Centre 
Evans Mrs. Eliza, 92 w Centre 
Evans Elizabeth, dressmaker, 15532 s Sharp 
Evans Mrs. Emily A. fancy store, 153 s Caro- 
line 
Evans Evan, copper smelter, Clinton s of 

Boston 
Evans Evan T. agent, 660 Saratoga 
Evans Francis, porter, 10 St. Mary 
Evans Fred, cop'r smelter, Clinton n of Boston 
Evans Frederick, safe maker, 494 w Pratt 
Evans French S. custom house, 407 n Central 

av 
Evans Geo. H brakesman, 24 McHenry 
Evans George & Co. (Geo Evans, J. C. Sul- 
livan,) coopers, 22 Patterson 
Evans George T. coach trimmer, 200 n Eden 
Evans Geo. W. flour and feed, n w cor Balti- 
more and Republican 
Evans George, (G. Evans & Co.) 84 e Balti- 
more 
Evans Geo. W. jr. clerk, cor Baltimore and 

Republican 
Evans Hampton, fireman, 54 s Schroeder 
Evans Hannah B. teacher, 889 w Baltimore 
Evans Mrs. Henry 70 L. McElderry 
Evans Hiniry C. printer, 161 e Monument 
Evans Henry, oyster packer, 134 s High 
Evans Hugh D. attorney, 37 Lexington, up 

stairs, dw 280 Lexington 
Evans Isaac, sr. 96 e Fayette 



Evans Isaac, jr. exchange broker, 162 w Bal- 
timore, dw 96 e Fayette 
Evans Jacob H. machinist, 7 Orleans 
Evans James B. carpenter, 41 s Dewberry al 
Evans Jesse, laborer, 61 Hillen 
EVANS JOB & SON, (Job Evans, Thomas 
G. Evans) carpenters and builders, 17 and 
19 Garden 
Evans John, copper smelter, Clintin n of 

Boston 
Evans John, laborer, 312 Forrest 
Evans John L., gunsmith, 36 Stirling 
Evans John P., clerk, 161 e Monument 
Evans John B., painter, 92 w Centre 
Evans John, carter, 12 s Chester 
Evans John, weaver, 125 Chew 
Evans John A. plasterer, 509 w Lombard 
Evans John, manufacturer of tin ware, and 
dealer in housekeeping articles, 18 w Balti- 
more, dw 29 n Eden 
Evans John B. painter, 487 Lexington 
Evans Joseph, bootmaker. 111 William 
Evans Joseph, car driver, 893 w Pratt 
Evans Joseph, leather dealer, 56 n Eden 
Evans Josh. J. carpenter, 239 Hollins 
Evans M. B. 51 Fawn 

Evans Mrs. Maria, boarding, 52 n Calvert 
Evans Mrs. Mary, dairy, 125 Hollins 
Evans Mary E. 70 L. McElderry 
Evans Maybury, messenger Harnden Ex- 
press, 19 Jackson 
Evans Mitchel, painter, 7 Philpot 
Evans Oliver L.. cooper, 19 Jackson 
Evans Randolph, machinist, 325 Harford av 
Evans Richard B., clerk Record office, 144 e 

Monument 
Evans Rees, s e cor Bond and Thames 
Evans Samuel M., clerk of Circuit Court, 127 

s Bond 
Evans Samuel, bootmaker, 150 Henrietta 
Evans Silas, can maker, 76 n Hi"-li 
EVANS THEODORE W. salesman, 52 n 

Calvert 
EVANS THOMAS H. & CO. (Thomas G. 
Evans) produce commission merchant, 80 
and 82 Light-st. wharf— [See page 31 Mver- 
tisemenls.'\ 
Evans Thomas H. (T. H. Evans & Co.) 64 

William 
Evans Thomas, carpenter, 116 e Monument 
Evans Thomas, carpenter, 161 o Monument 
Evans Thomas, carpenter, 156 Hollins 
Evans Mrs. Thomas, 498 w Pratt 
EVANS Dr. THOMAS B., druggist, s e cor 

Ann and Aliceanna, dw 18 Jackson square 
Evans Thomas G. (Job Evans & Son,) 211 

n Howard 
Evans Thomas J. wharfinger, offi-.e foot of 

Bond, dw P6 s Washington, F. P 
Evans Wm. A. restaurant, 122 Greenmount av 
Evans Wm. F. currier, 180 Montgomery 
Evans Wm., pattern maker, 157 Vlontgomery 
Evans Wm. M. bookkeeper, 889 w Bdiimore 
Evans Wm., cashier of custom hnuse, 1 n 

Calhoun 
Evans Wm. H., shoemaker, 13 Walker 
Evatt Edward, gun and locksmith, 35 Light 
Evatt Mary, dressmaker, 79 n Howard 
Everbean Christiana, 144 Druid Hill av 
Everbean Samuel, laborer, 144 Dniid Hill av 
Everhart Charles, machinist, 18 H^'iirietta 
Everhart Christian, laborer, Clinton opposite 
Chesapeake furnace 



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Evexhart David, Franklin House 
Everliart Geo. machinist, 138 e Lombard 
Everhart Geo. G. salesman, Franklin House, 

n w cor Franklin and Howard 
Everhart George G. Franklin House 
Everhart Jacob, tobacconist, 42 Druid Hill av 
Everhart Lewis, sawyer, 12 Sterrett 
Everhart Mrs. Mary Jane, dress maker, 245 

Conway 
Everhart Martin, cigar maker, 92 s Howard 
Everhart Wm. H. breaksman, 92 s Howard 
EVERHART'S FRANKLIN HOUSE, n w 

cor Franklin and Howard 
Everhart J. J. storekeeper commissary de- 
partment, Franklin House 
Everett Elizabeth, seamstress, 15 n Wolfe 
Everett Fred'k, clerk, 11 iMay 
Everett George L. sailmaker, 119 s Bond 
Everett James, policeman, 157 s Chapel 
Everett John L. porter, 51 Portland 
Everett John T. sailor, 195 s Chapel 
Everett Thomas H. constable, 119 s Bond 
Evering Bernard, 91 s Wolfe 
Everest Horn, laborer, 101 West 
Everist John, shoemaker, 18 n Durham 
Everist Joseph, cooper, 375 e Fayette 
Everist John M. cooper, 108 Holiday, dw 74 

s High 
Everitt Elizabeth, s e cor Goughand Durham 
Everitt Tliomas S. harness maker, 39 Garden 
Everitt Wm. mariner, 6 S;\van 
Everitt Wm. carpenter, 29 L. Church 
Everley George, cooper, 250 Aliceanna 
Everley Mrs. Mary, 250 Aliceanna 
Everline Mrs. Eliza, vestmaker, 252 Ham- 
burg 
Everline John, laborer, 181 s Bethel 
Evers Henry W. shoemaker, 228 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 
Eversman Frederick, 81 s Bona 
Eversman John G. provision dealer, 309 s 

Charles 
Eversmyer Henry, hackdriver, 62 s Regester 
Ewald John, blacksmith, 363 Canton av 
Ewaldt August, (James Myer & Co.) 105 

Penna av 
Ewalt Casper, laborer, 29 n Dallas 
Ewalt Henry, laborer, 53 Park 
Ewalt John H furnisliing business, 42 n Bond 
Ewalt John, tailor, 296 Canton av 
Ewalt Joseph, soldier, 102 s Chapel 
Ewalt Samuel A. tinner, 519)2 ^ Baltimore, 

dw 50 n Poppleton 
Ewart Charles, clerk B. & 0. R. R. 16 n 

Eutaw 
Ewell Fannie B. 134 Mulberry 
Ewell John, (Ewell & Kelley,) 12 St. Paul 
EWELL & KELLEY, (John Ewell, John 
Kelley,) proprietors Barry Hall, 12 St. Paul 
Ewig John, restaurant, 697 w Baltimore 
Ewig John, laborer, 61 Watson 
Ewen Jeremiah, letter carrier, 2 Peirce 
Ewin Sf^muel H. constable, 188 Vine 
Ewing Dr. James H. druggist, Strieker bet 

Mulberry and Franklin 
Ewing John J. shoemaker, 246 n Eden 
Ewing Samuel W. shoemaker, 246 n Eden 
Ewing Thos. W. agent Methodist Protestant 

publications, 318 Aisquith 
Ewings Thomas, butcher, 88 s High 
EXCHANGE READING ROOMS, new Ex- 
change buildings, entrance Second and Lom- 
bard, Geo. U. Porter, secretary 
t 

J. HENRT GXESE, Commission Merchant. 
Rosendale Cement and Calcined Plaster 



Exdorman Conrad. 168s Washington, F. P. 

Ey Geo. laborer, 40 Aliceanna 

Eyerly Mary A. 367 Lexington 

Eyles James, morocco dresser, 73 Hillen 

Eyll Mrs. George, hucksteress, 145 Henrietta 

Eyll John, shoemaker, 389 w Pratt 

Eyll Margaret, hucksteress, 145 Henrietta 

Eytel Jacob, cooper, 26 Leadenhall 

Eytel Mary, confectionery, 26 Leadenhall 

Eyting Eli, clerk, 39 n Howard 



Faber Berkhardt, grocery and liquor store, 

10 s Lil)erty 
Faber Conrad, laborer, 91 s Regester 
Faber Frederick, laborer, 468 Canton av 
Faber George, cigar maker, 256 s Sharp 
Faber Henry, tinner. West near Light 
Faber Henry, tailor, s w cor Charles and 

Henrietta 
Faber Herman, tin and sheet iron, 275 s 

Charles 
Faber Wm. cigar maker, 168 George 
Fabrill Francis J. blacksmith, 35 Barnes 
Fach Jacob, boot and shoemaker, 28 Penn. av 
Faoius Gustavus, teacher, 117 n Calvert 
Fadder Christian, laborer, 183 s Chapel 
Fadeley Charles, 21 e Fayette 
Fadeley James, tinner, 151 Ensor 
Fadeley Rebecca, tailoress, 151 Ensor 
Faeck John, piano maker, 61 Portland 
Fagan Alice, 21 Foundry 
Fagan Hugh, laborer, 160 n Dallas 
Fagan Jane, 65 Mulberry 
Fagan Mrs. Mary, 3 Willow 
Fagan Patrick, coachman, 21 Foundry 
Fagan Robert, grocer, 235 Columbia 
Fager Fredericka, grocery, 27 n Schroeder 
Fagret Francis, carpenter, 3 New Church 
Fagret Mrs. Lucille, 3 New Church 
Fagret Mme. L. hairdresser, 40 n Charles 
Fahay Thos. laborer, 6 Dawson al 
Faherty John, sawyer, 9 Wyeth 
Faherty Mrs. Mary, 203 Eastern av 
Fahey Catherine, grocery, 20 n Oregon 
Fahey James, laborer, 20 n Oregon 
Fahey John, laborer, 13 Preston 
Fahey Martin, hackman, 291 n Eutaw 
Fahey Michael, laborer, 145 Aliceaona 
Fahey Michael, brewer, 76 York 
F'ahey Thomas, tailor, 28 Hughes 
Fahey Patrick, salesman, 144 Franklin 
Falil John, cooper, 172 L. Greene 
Fahlen Chas. H. (Lawrence D. Dietz & Co.) 

86 n Howard 
Fahn John, laborer, 195 East 
Fahner Francis, blacksmith, 256 e Chase 
Fahnestock Derick, (Brooks, Fahnestock & 

Co.) Madison av near Druid Hill Park 

FAHNESTOCK GEO. W., Whole- 
sale Dealer in Ribbons, Artificial 
Flowers, Feathers, Millinery, 
Silk and Straw Goods, 233 Balti- 
more-st., up stairs, second door 
from Charles; dw 19 N. Repub- 
lican. 

Fahy John, sawyer, 6 Dorsey 
Fahs Mrs. Amelia, 24 Jackson 



, for the sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, dM. 
constantly on hand, 21 Spear's WlOMxt, 



THE GBEAT FURNISHING HOUSE, No. 38 W. Baltimore Street. 



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Faid Henry, laborer, 420 Light 

Faid John, tinner, 420 Light 

Fair Alexander, shoemaker, 202 Hughes 

Fairall Charles, brakesman, 51 s Schroeder 

Fairall George, moulder, 29 McHenry 

Fairall WmTH. blacksmith, 139 s Fremont, 

dw 40 St. Peter's 
Fairljank A. J agent, 70 s Poppleton 
Fairliank Chas. soapstone works, 422 w Pratt 
Fair'oank Chas. E. clerk, 321 w Lombard 
Fairljank Chris, shoemaker, 26 May 
Fairbank Edward, shipsmith, 215 Gough 
Fairbank Edward, ( liowen & Fairbank,) 215 

Gough 
Fairbank Geo. K. provisions, 377 Franklin 
FAIRBANK HENRY, Gen. Wayne Inn, 
n w cor Baltimore and Paca, and livery and 
sale stables, Paca near Baltimore 
Fairlmnk James, carpenter, 106 Johnson 
Fairbank John, conductor B & 0. R. R. 361 

w Lombard 
Fairbank Samuel G. carpenter, Gen. Wayne 

Inn 
Fairbank Thomas J. bookkeeper Gen. Wayne 

Inn 
FAIRBANKS & GO'S SCALES WARE- 
HOUSE, 246 w Baltimore, George H. Gill- 
man, agent. — [Seep. 1 Advertisements.'] 
Fairbanks Henry T. carpenter, 325 Franklin 
Fairbanks Louisa R. tailoress, 136 Conway 
Fairbanks Wm. J. ship carp. 198 s Fremont 
FAIRCHILD CHARLES H. proprietor of 
Susquehanna hotel, s e cor Calvert and 
Franklin 
Faircliild Nancy, 34 Camden 
Fairchild Wm. merchant tailor, 417 n Cen- 
tral av 
FAIRLEY THOMAS, florist, 209 Druid 

Hill av 
Faistenhamer Bernard, tobacconist, 128 Ais- 

quith 
Faite John, confectioner, 78 Park 
Faithful Edwin, moulder, 82 s Republican 
Faithful Edw. J. bricklayer, 89 Chatsworth 
Faithful Henry, 85 Chatsworth 
Faithful Joseph, 218 Mulberry 
Faithful Wm. T. apothecary, 703 Lexing- 
ton 
Falck Casper W. clerk, 230 s Sharp 
Falck Casper W. cooper, 230 s Sharp 
Falck Conrad, tailor, 182 s Durham 
Falck Frederick, clerk, 230 s Sharp 
Falck George W. mariner, 230 s Sharp 
Falck John B. clerk, 230 s Sharp 
Falck John P. cooper, 145 Dover 
Falck Rachel, 348 s Charles 
Falck William C. clerk, 230 s Sharp 
Falconar A. Smith, clerk, 152 n Eutaw 
Falconer Alexander, jr., 3 McCuUoh 
Falconer Mrs. John, 3 McCulloh 
Falconer Wm. huckster, 44 Hammond al 
FaldaConrad, laborer, 221 Washington, F.H. 
Falder Frederick W. laborer, 140 s Caroline 
Faldy Julia, 87 s Exeter 
Fales Ebenezer C. mariner, 118 n Bond 
Fales Mrs. Ellen, 134 s Ann 
Fales George E. clerk, 64 Eastern av 
FALES SQUIRE M. iron master, 370 Cathe- 
dral extended, dw 117 Preston 
Falk John M. cabinet maker, 460 w Pratt 
Falkenstein Frederick, confectioner, &c. 257 

Light 
Falkenstein Peter, shoemaker, 17 Watson 



Falkner James, laborer, 86 York 

Fallan Daniel, carter, 333 s Sharp 

Fallen Michael, grocery and liquors, s w cor 

Douglass and Chesnut 
Fallen "Wm. mariner, 339 s Sharp 
Faller Casper, tailor, 19 Walker 
Fallom Mrs. Peter, lager beer, 65 Boston 
Fallon Bernard, barkeeper, s w cor Ensor and 

Forrest 
Fallon Daniel, clerk, s w cor Ensor and For- 
rest 
Fallon Malacha, stone cutter, 13 Preston 
Fallon Mary, 2 Slemmers nl 
Fallon Mary, 86 n Front 
Fallon Patrick, cooper, 2 Addison 
Fallon Peter, tavern, 216 Lexington 
Fallon Thomas, laborer, 142 Holiday 
Fallon Wm. 86 n Front 
Fall August, engineer, Druid Hill Park 
Falls Enoch P. laborer, 359 Columbia 
Falls Moor N. prest. Baltimore Steam Packet 

Co 279 Madison av 
Falls Mrs. Rosa, hucksteress, 1 Willow 
Falls Wm. K. attorney, 279 Madison av 
Falter Joseph J. flour dealer, 152 Vine 
Falvary Mrs. Catherine, 131 s Fremont 
Falvary Michael, stone mason, 131 s Fremont 
Famback Andrew, laborer, 132 McHenry 
Fangmeyer John L. s e cor Baltimore and 

Gilmor 
Fangmeyer John (Fangmeyer & Doll) s w cor 

Baltimore and Gilmor 
Fandell Mrs. Emily, 398 Franklin 

Fanegan , clerk, 22 e Fayette 

FANGMEYER & DOLL, (J. Fangmeyer, 
L. Z. Doll,) commission merchants, 30 s 
Howard 
FANKHANEL HENRY, tobacconist. 206. 

Lexington 
Fannarn Mary, cor Falls road and North, av 
Fannen Patrick, grocery, 31 Harford av 
Fannin John, hackman, 20 Chesnut 
Fanning Gregory, 47 Fawn 
Fanning John, carpenter, 190 e Baltimore 
Fanning, Julia, 47 Fawn 
Fanning Mrs. Maria, variety store, 190 e 

Baltimore 
Fanning Thomas, laborer, 10 Armistead la 
Fanning Thomas, soldier, 190 e Baltimore 
Fanon Michael, laborer, 182 East 
Fannon Luke, laborer, 6 Hubbard al 
Fansy Patrick, laborer, 294 Harford av 
Fantom Elizabeth, 3 Bloodgood ct 
Fantom Wm. G. laborer, lc<2 n Central ar 
Fantz August, blacksmith, 35 Low 
Farall Michael, soldier, 40 Haw 
Farber Henry J. (Stellman, Hinrichs & Co.) 

236 w Lombard 
Farber John M. groceries and liquors, s e 

cor North and Pleasant 
Farber M. H. salesman, s e cor North and 

Pleasant 
Farby John, house carpenter, 258 s Ann 
Fardwell Isaac, jr. carpenter, 162 Henrietta 
FARDY JOHN T. & BRO. (J. T. Fardy, 
M. J. Fardy,) ship builders and steam ma- 
rine railway, south side of Basin, foot of 
Montgomery, and cor Hughes and Cov- 
ington 
Fardy John T. (John T. Fardy & Bro.) 69 

McCulloh 
Fardy Matthew J (John T. Fardy & Bro.) 
108 s Sharp 



AUG. G. MEYER & CO., Maniifactwrers of "White Leatl, Zinc. Putty, lampblack, Glue, 
Neatsfoot Oil, Saltpetre, Paints aiicl V'nmlsHes, 100 AV. Lombard Street. 



Young Men's Clothing a Special Feature at MARBLE HALL, Wo. 40. 



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PAEINGER CHARLES, manufao- 
turei' of Soap and Candles, 14 
Constitution-st. and 5 Liberty al. 
has always on hand Mould Can- 
dles, Brown, Yellow, Salt Water, 
Chemical, Olive and Fancy Soaps, 
which he will sell on the most 
liberal terms; dw. 14 Constitu- 
tion. — (See p. 39 Mvertisements.) 



Faris John E. merchant, 161 w Lombard 
Farland, Abraham, mariner, 192 s Casde al 
Farland John F. sailmaker, 81 Smith's whf., 

dw 100 e Pratt 
Farland R.obert, sailmaker, 172 Bank 
Farland Wm. sailmaker, 17 n Caroline 
Farlay Wm tailor, 297 North 

Failey Ecwfid, ]<li(t, hi Ptarl 
Farley George, sr. 236 Lemmon 
Farley George, jr. seaman, 236 Lemmon 
Farley Peter, head waiter Howard House 
Farlow John T. (Farlow & Marshall,) 327 e 

Baltimore 
FARLOW & MARSHALL (J. T. Farlow, 

J. E. Marshall,) grocers, 332 e Baltimore 
Farmer Mrs. Cecilia, cliina and glassware, n 

e cor Eutaw and Marion 
FARMERS'. HOTEL, n w cor Hillen and 

Forrest, D. & C. Street, proprietors 
Farmer James, clerk, 92 Stirling 
Farmer John, mariner, cor Dallas and Lan- 
caster 
Farmer Elizabeth A. 189 Penna. av 
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS' BANK, 

n w cor South and Lombard 
FARMERS' AND PLANTERS' BANK, 

17 South 
Farmer Patrick, machinist, 92 Stirling 
Farmer Philip, 2j n Eutaw 
Farmer Terrence, grocery, 92 Stirling 
Farnandis Walter, jr. attorney, 1 Spurrier's 

ct, cor Lexington, dw 13 n Carey 
Farnbacher, Deborah, 18 Peach al 
Farnbacher John, cooper, 18 Peach al 
Farnen Mrs. Ellen, 131 William 
Farnen James, clerk, 131 William 
Farnen Jonn, china packer, 131 William 
Farn<^n P. trr. 131 William 
Farnen Peter, groceries, flour and feed, sw 

cor Boston and Aliceanna, dw 126 s Chester 
Farnen Thomas, carpenter, 131 William 
Farnhultz Henry, cigar maker, 34 e Pratt 
Farnsworth Joseph, baggage master, Calvert 

Station, 274 n Eutaw 
Farquhar David P. substitute broker, 289 e 

Lombard 
Farquhar Geo. A. clerk, 27 Chatsy^orlh 
Farquhar John C. clerk, 159 Gough 
Farquharson Mrs. Ann, 42 e Lombard 
Farquharson Catherine, 42 n Broadway 
Farquharson Francis L., saddle and harness 

maker, 17 s Calvert, dw Maltby house 
Farquharson John D., clerk, 158 w Lombard 
Farr Mrs. Mary, 108 Stirling 
Farr Wm. A., clerk, 319 e Eager 
Farran Joseph F., salesman, 156 w Lombard 
Farre Alexander, shoemaker, 165 L. Greene 
Farrel Thomas, laborer, 27 s Front 
Farrell Mrs. Ann, milk, 23 s Front 



Farrell Anastasia, grocery, n e cor Fayettp 

and East 
Farrell Bridget, 43 President 
Farrell Catherine, grocery, 345 Penna. av 
Farrell Daniel, moulder, 148 Stirling 
Farrell Edmund, huckster, Frederick road w 

of toll gale 
Farrell James, laborer, 45 Abbey al 
Farrell James. City P. R. R., 77 York 
Farrell John, fisherman, 31 s Front 
Farrell John, laborer, 33 Neighbor 
Farrell John, shoemaker, 2 Webb 
Farrell Joseph, laborer, 77 York 
Farrell Julia, 2 West Falls av 
Farrell Mrs. Margaret, 28 Boyd 
Farrell Mrs. Mary, 5 Bank 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, 345 Penna. av 
Farrell Michael, 33 Neighbor 
Farrell Morgan, silver plater. Front nr Centre 
Farrell Nicholas, caulker, 18 Armistead la 
Farrell Patrick, tinner, 38 n Front 
Farrell Patrick, marble polisher, 1 Morris al 
Farrell Patrick, ship carpenter, 42 Albemarle 
Farrell Peter, waiter, 130 Vine 
Farrell Peter, laborer, 8 Hubbard al 
Farrell Thomas, 1 Morris al 
Farrell Thomas, laborer, 142 Holiday 
Farren Joseph F., clerk, 156 w Lombard 
Farrier John, 186 e Monument 
Earring Augustus H., saddler, 38 Milliman 
Earring Adam F., cooper, Charles btw Cross 

and Brown 
Earring Frederick, cooper, 387 s Charles 
Farringer Benjamin F., police, 52 e Pratt 
Farrington James, laborer, 7 McLeary ct 
Farrington Sarah, tailoress, 221 Mullikin 
Farron Henry, laborer, rear 16 Concord 
FarrtMi R. B., room clerk, Maltby house 
Farron Michael, laborer, 33 e Monument 
Farrow Annie, 386 w Lombard 
Farson Mrs. Elizabeth, 47 s Ann 
Farson John S., pump maker, 65 s Caroline 
Farson John, (Cook & Farson,) 65 s Caroline 
Farver R. laborer, 321 Hanovei 
Fasbcnder Charles P., watchmaker, 301 w 

Pratt 
Fasbender Marion J., watchmaker, 255 w 

Pratt, dAv 145 Conway 
Easing Henry, tailor, 15 e Lombard 
Fatchs Frederick, coach trim'r, 104 Hamburg 
Path John, 286 n Central av 
Fatter Martin, tailor, 61 Gough 
Fauble John, shoemaker, 89 s Regester 
Faucett Annie E., seamstress, 146 n Eden 
Faucett Charles, shoemaker, 146 n Eden 
Faucett Mrs. James H., seamstress, 14 Low 
Faul August, civil engineer, Penna. av near 

Clifton, Balto. Co. 
Faul Chailes, tinner, 83 Albemarle 
Fauler George, bookkeeper, 233 Canton av 
Faulhaber Benedict, turner, 170 s Wolfe 
Faulkner Alfred B., clerk, 281 w Fayette 
Faulkner Maket, tavern, 52 Montgomery 
Faulkner Thomas, huckster, 165 s Ann 
Faulstick Anton, tailor, 8 Leadeiihall 
Faulstick Ferkundus, tailor, 414 Canton av 
Faulstick Frederick, blacksmith, 34 Druid 

Hillav 
Faulstick John, cabinet maker, 16 New 

Church 
Fauloe Ella J., teacher, 256 Aisquith 
Faunderhaust Eleanor C, confectionery, 218 

Chesnut 



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ROO.nS— 181 Baltimore Street. 



Well-dressed People buy their Clothing of SMITH BEOS. & CO., 
No. 40 W. Baltimore Street. 



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Fauntz Jacob, laborer, 646 Lis^ht 
Faupel Jacob, tailor, 1.5"2 n Caroline 
Faushall George, laborer, 297 Pcntia av 
Fausman Geor£^e H., ci^ar maker, 47 Eislein 
Faust Henry, salesman, 26 Barnet 
FAUST JOHN, boots, shoes, &c., 19 s 

Charlfs, dw 26 Barnet 
Faust Michael, cooper, 340 s Sliarp 
Fausz Caroline, 21 s Liberty 
Fausz Henry, clerk, 21 s Liberty 
Favier John, millwrifrht, 415 Lexington 
Favier Susan A., grocery, 415 Lexington 
Favre Hypolite, currier, 26 w Fayette 
Fawcett Dr. Christopher, 17 IMosher 
Fawcus Catherine, liucksteress, 28 Anthony 
Fawkes Mrs. Frances, 44 n Pine 
Faxenberg Valentine, carpenter, 3 e Fayette 
Faxon Ei)en, architect, 26 n Charles, dw 71 

St. Paul 
Fay Catherine, 63 York 
Fay Charles, tinner, 139 Bank 
Fay Elizabeth, 211 n Exeter 
Fay Elizabeth, teacher, 41 Aisquith 
Fay Fordice, in.spector ot' leather, 52 Granby 
Fay Dr. Geo. W. 55 s Eden, dw 49 
Fay Henry, dry goods and clothier, 48 and 50 

Centre Market space 
Fay Martin, laborer, 90 Dolphin 
Faye Jam.^s R. clerk, 23 Read 
Feadley Michael, iron roller, 331 Canton av 
Feast John, florist, 295 Lexingto.n 
Feast John E. (Sanriuel Feast & Sons,) ne 

cor Franklin and Gilmor 
FEAST JOHN & SON, (John Feast, Lin- 

nteus Feast,) florist, 295 Lexington 
Feast Linnaeus, (John Feast & Son,) 295 

Lexington 
Feast Mary A. 157 w Biddlc 
Feast Samuel, jr. (Samuel Feast & Sons,) n e 

cor Franklin and Gilmor 
FEAST SAMUKL & SONS, (Samuel Feast, 
Samuel Feast, jr., John E. Feast,) florists 
and nurserymen, ti w cor Franklin and 
Gilmor, and 55 n Charles, dw S. F. sr., 
Cockeysville, BaUo. Co. 
Feaster Mrs. Eva, 118 Saratoga 
Fechtig George F. druggist, n w cor Fayette 

and Central av 
Federleicht A. dry goods, 135 Saratoga 
Fedtiu Francis, tailor, 107 n Calvert 
Fee Jacob, driver Adams express, 60 n Pop- 

pleton 
Feehan Martha, 299 Eastern av 
Feehely Timothy, laborer, Clinton nr. Elliott 
Feely Joiin, laborer, 18 Lemmon 
Feely Mary, milkwoman, Clinton nr. Toone 
Feenerty Joanna, grocery, 77 Richmond 
Feeney Catherine, laundress, 38 Eastern av 
Feeney James, tinner, 185 n Howard 
Feeney James C. plumber, 185 n Howard 
Fefel John, huckster, 478 w Lombard 
FEFEL JOSEPH, Jr. restaurant, n e cor 

Baltim.ore and Strieker 
Fefel Joseph, sr. tavern, 841 w Baltimore, 

dw797 
Fefill John, (Mahler & FefiU,) 81 William 
Fegan Owen, drayman, 66 n Exeter 
Fegelien Joseph, potter, 110 s Durham 
Feger Elizabeth, 252 e Eager 
Fehner Jacob, cooper, 81 "n Bond 
Fehrman Henry, butcher, 147 Stirling 
Fehsenfeld Louis, tobacconist, 77 Thames 
Fehte Frederick, tailor, 37 Albemarle 



FEICHTMAN S. (Fiteman) stoves, tinware 

and house furnishing goods, 80 n Eutaw 
Feick Adam, shoemaker, 234 s Charles 
Feick George, shoemaker. 237 s Sharp 
Feig Andrew, tailor, 23 n Caroline 
Feig Ferdinand A. tailor, 23 n Caroline 
Feig George A. butter, 15 Brown 
Feig George, shoemaker, 263 s Sharp 
Feige August, tavern, 49 n Frederick 
Feige Frederick, blacksmith, 9 Valley 
Feil William, cabinet maker, 672 \v Baltimore 
Fi'ilden Patrick, 7 c Madison 
Feilder Mary, washerwoman, 117 Low 
Feimour Charlotte, 17 Preston 
Feinour Edward, 76 McCullnh 
Feinour Dr. Thomas, 496 w Fayette 
Feirertag Benj. S. tea<'her, 55 n Fremont 
Feistel Mrs. Mary, 323 e Lombard 
Felber Louis, hosiery, 217 s Broadway and 

251 w Baltim(n-e 
Feiganour John, butcher, 809 w Pratt 
Felber Lewis, fancy store, 207 s Broadway. — 

[See p. 9 ^ilvertisements.] 
Felbinger Anna C, 186 s Howard 
Feldenheimer Gilly, 33 e Lombard 
Feldenheimer Joseph, clerk, 33 e Lombard 
Felder George, laborer, 4 Spring Garden av 
Fclderman Fred'k, coppersmith, 223 s Bethel 
Feldhaus Bernard, shoemaker, 21 Short 
Feldhaus Eberhardt, porter, 19 Barre 
Feldhaus Ferdinand A., tobacconist, 28 e 

Fayette 
Feldhaus Joseph A., tobacconist, 280 e Mon- 
ument 
Feldkemp Harman, lager beer, 753 Light 
Feldman Bi'rnard, tailor, 4 s Durham 
Feldman Henry, tobacconist, 262 Hanover 
Feldner Jacob, laborer, n w cor Fulton and 

McHenry 
Feldpush John, tailor, 251 n Central av 
Feldpusch George, laborer, s e cor Howard 

and Camden 
Feldpusch John, barber, 1.88 n Central av 

FELGNER F. W., Tobaeeo Works, 
successor to F. H. Bisehofif's cele- 
brated manufactory, 90 and 92 s 
Charles, dw Garden near Druid 
Hill 

Felger John, shoemaker, 294 s Paca 

Felix Wm , cooper, 118 Cross 

Felk Wolf, tailor, 157 s Fremont 

Fell John, laborer, 14 Barnes 

Fell John, 227 Harford av 

Fell Mrs. Mary, 227 Harford av 

Fell Peter, laborer, J77 William 

Fellar Paul, tailor, 73 Walsh 

Feller Ciiarles, cooper, 139 and 141 s Caro- 
line, dw 111 

Feller George, cooper, 38 Bank 

Feller George, paper hanger, s w cor Saratoga 

Feller John, cooper, 299 s Suarp 

Feller Valentine, restaurant, s w cor Saratoga 
and Park 

Felling Henry, tailor, 121 n Bond 

Fells George, carpenter, 154 Mulberry 

Felter John, 144 s Central av 

Felthouse Henry, shoemaker, 64 Mulberry 

Feltman George, laborer, rear 163 s Regester 

Feltman Henry, 5 Cannon 



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Get your Shirts, Collars, Ties, Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, at No. 38 
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Feltner Adam, carter, 80 Grindall 
Feltner Adam, carter, 63 James la 
Feltner Frederick, laborer, 385 s Charles 
Felty Wm., conductor N. C. R., n w corner 

Biddle and Cathedral 
Fenby Theodosia, dry ffoods, 137 n Gay 
FENDRICH BROS , (Jos. Fendrich, Chas. 

Fendrich,) tobacconists, 155 Forrest and 

49 South 
Fendrich Charles, (Fendrich Bros.,) 20 Ais- 

quith 
Fondi'ich David, cooper, 394 n Gay 
Fendrich Joseph, (Fendrch Bros.,) SOAisquith 
Fenge John, tailor, 45 Perry 
Fenhagen C. D. clerk, 93 s Eden 
Fenhagen James C. carpenter, 93 s Eden 
Fenke John, painter, 159 William 
Fenkeldey Henry J. currier, 145 Hamburg- 
Fenne Bernard, blacksmith, 315 n Central av 
Fennell Maurice, clerk B. & O. R. R. 131 

Columbia 
Fennell Thomas, painter, 9 Jefferson 
Fennell Wesley, lumber agent, Mill, dw 42 

Fawn 
Fenneman Ferdinand, grocer, 267 Canton av 
Fenneman John T. salesman, 36 s Poppleton 
Fenneman Susanna, groceries and provisions, 

36 s Poppleton 
Fanner George, shoemaker, 107 L. Greene 
Fenner Henry, shoemaker, 235 Hamburg 
Fanner Joseph, laborer, 285 Canton av 
Fenner Philip, shoemaker, 235 Hamburg 
Fenon Michael, rear 5 Bank 
Fensel Francis, tailor, 373 Penna. av 
Fensel Mary Ann, 373 Pennsylvania av 
Fensley William, boots and shoes, 141 s 

Broadway, dw 85 
Fenton Aaron, (Drakeley & Fenton,) 307 w 

Fayette 
Fenton John, laborer, 122 s Greene 
Fenwick Ann, 56 n Dallas 
Fenwick Henry A. shipping merchant, 77 

Smith's wharf, dw 44 Franklin 
Ferbec Napoleon, mariner, 37 Hill 
Ferber Henry, tailor, 280 s Charles 
FERCIOT PETER, wine and commission 

merchant, 17 Courtland 
Ferciot Sophia, fluting and crimping, 17 

Courtland 
Feruuson Miss Ann E. 6 s Republican 
Ferguson Mrs. Arabella, dress maker, 85 

Hollins 
Ferguson Caroline, 61 n Calvert 
Ferguson Catherine, dress maker, 79 Druid 

Hill av 
Ferguson Charles, (Ferguson & Tyson,) 17 

Hollins 
Ferguson Collin, clerk, 534 w Fayette 
Ferguson Mrs. Eliza, 79 Druid Hill av 
Ferguson Mrs. Elizabeth, 2H4 w Fayette 
FERGUSON, GEHRING & CO. (R Fer- 

guson> J. G. Gehring,) tobacco pipe manu- 
facturers, 51 Clay 
Ferguson Geo-. C. shoemaker, 208 e Lombard 
Ferguson Geo. H. 61 n Calvert 
Ferguson James, carpenter, 79 Druid Hill av 
Ferguson J. Henry, 169 w Lombard 
Ferguson John, grocer, n e cor Brune and 

Franklin 
Ferguson Margaret, boarding, 55 e Madison 
Ferguson Nehemiah, 118 n Caroline 
Ferguson Robert, conductor N. C. R. 15 w 

Biddle 



Ferguson Robert, (Ferguson, Gehring & Co.) 

170 Ensor 
Ferguson Robert, turner. Eagle Hotel, Hiilen 
Ferguson Thcodoric, carpenter, 1 Orleans 
Ferguson Mrs Theresa, 103 s High 
Ferguson Thomas, agent, 283 s Charles 
Ferguson William, boiler mak. 263e Madison 
Ferguson William, 327 Franklin 
Ferguson William, tinner, 7 s Oregon 
FEIiGUSSON & TYSON, (C. Fergusson, 
H. G. Tyson,) wholesale grocers and com- 
misson merchants, 121 w Lombard 
Ferree Alexander, 165 L. Greene 
Ferick Peter, laborer, 135 North 
Ferker Christopher, cigar maker, 33 Edward 
Fernall John, whitewasher, 93 Low 
Farnan Bernard, cooper, 184 Gough 
Fernandis Walter, jr. attorney, s w cor Lex- 
ington and Spurrier's ct 
Ferrandini Cipriano, hair dresser, Calvert, 
under Barnum's hotel, dw 250 e Baltimore 
Fernheimer ^amuel, butcher, 236 Aliceanna 
Ferree Alexander, shoemaker, 165 L Greene 
Ferrell Elislia, iron moulder, 63 Elliott 
Ferrell Mrs. Mary, 320 e Pratt 
Ferrell Capt. Thos. mariner, 303 e Pratt 
Ferris Baldo, eating saloon, 154)^ w Pratt, 

dw 88 s Charles 
Ferris John, laborer, 5 Young 
Ferry Elizabeth, 43 s Greene 
Ferry J. & Co. (R. G. Lumpken,) wholesale 
liquor and commission merchants, 51 Light 
Ferry John W. carpenter, 86 s Carey 
Ferry John, (Ferry & Co ) 43 Lee 
Fersch Michael, cooper, 341 s Howard 
Ferstenhovar Conrad, milkman, Clinton near 

Ellicott 
Fesler E. A. (E. A. Fesler & Co.) 364 n Gay 
FESLER EDWARD A. & CO. (Ed. A. 
Fesler, Nicholas Valiant,) china, glass and 
queensware, 1 n Howard 
Fesley Bernard, driver, 243 s Ann 
Fessman Philip, confectioner, 33 n Frederick 
Fessen John, 426 Canton av 
Feste Rev. S. St. Mary's Seminary, Penna. 

av near St. Mary 
Festaman Chas. butcher, 422 Penna. av 
Fester Christopher, laborer, 116 w Hoffman 
Fester John, shoemaker, 34 Thames 
Fetters John F. ship joiner, 180 s Eden 
Feterling John, confectionery, 10 Fell 
Fethe August, coach trimmer, 96 Hiilen 
Fetsch August, blacksmith, 202 Stirling 
Fetsch John T. stone cutter, 337 s Charles 
Fette Henry, shoemaker, 11 Warner 
FetzelSamuel, conductor, 52 Schroeder 
Feuerestme Lewis, cooper, 59 Johnson 
Feuchiwanger Louis, lithographer, 5 Spring ct 
Feuchter Joseph, shoemaker, 236 s Dallas 
Feuchtwargert Louis, printer, 5 Spring ct 
Feuerbaum John, tavern, 13 w second 
Feuillan & Dandelet, (John Feuillan, Francis 
Dandelet,) French ateam dyers and scour- 
ers, 124 n Howard 
Feuillan John, (Feuillan & Dandelet,) 124 n 

Howard 
Feuss Andrew, clerk, 21 s Liberty 
Feuss Andrew C. bookkeeper, 21 s Liberty 
Feuss Henry C. clerk, 21 s Liberty 
Fey Augustus, piano maker, 46 l^. Pleasant 
Fey Caleb, machinist, 408 w Fayette 
Fey Valentine, laborer, 470 Canton av 
Ficht John, carpenter, 10 Ramsay 



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Fichtner George, oyster packer, 118 s Chapel 

Fick August, mining engineer, 40 Holiday 

Fick Adolphus P. 171 w Lombard 

Fick Edward, clerk, 40 Holiday 

Fick Ferdinand, piano maker, 40 Holiday 

Fick George A. shoemaker, 104 Cross 

Fick Henry, varnisher, 234 s Charles 

Fick J. Charles, laborer, 88 s Bethel 

Fick Wm. G. tavern, 264 s Broadway 

Fick Wm. G. tavern, 309 s Bond 

Fickenger John, stove polisher, 103 s Schroe- 

der 
Fickenger John, laborer, 32 Guilford al 
Fickenscher Henry, shoemaker and shoe 

findings, 91 Harrison 
Fickey Andrew, clerk, 98 Park 
Fickey Frederick, jr. 83 n Liberty 
Fickey Frederick, sr. 83 n Liberty 
Fickey John H. restaurant, 182 Pearl 
Fickey Mary, 100 s Carey 
FICKEY WM. H. tobacco pipe manufac- 
tory, 136 Eastern av, dw 83 n Liberty 
Fidgett Richard, ship carpenter, 60 Hughes 
Fieck John, piano maker, 61 Portland 
Fiege Henry, grocery, s e cor Boston and 

Clinton 
Field A. 4 s Fremont 
Field Abiathar, oysters, 443 w Pratt, dw 309 

w Lombard 
Field Abiathar W. oysters, 309 w Lombard, 

dw 4 Tlollins 
Field John A. jr. (at Hamilton Easter &, Co.) 

650 w Fayette 
FIELD Dr. PHILIP S., 606 w Fayette 
Field Susan A. V., 243 e Fayette 
Field Wm. H., U. S. N., 247 e Pratt 
Fieldhouse Charles, cigar maker, 57 Watson 
Fields Capt. A. B. 243 c Fayette 
Fields Caroline, 35 s Durham 
Fields & Gilmore, (James Fields, Richard Gil- 
more) merchant tailors, 81 Thames 
Fields James, mariner, 266 e Pratt 
Fields James, cooper, 95 n Caroline 
Fields James, 209 e Baltimore 
Fields James, (Fields &, Gilmore) 206 e Pratt 
Fields John, mate, 51 Hill 
Fields John, soldier, 219 Mullikin 
Fields Martha, 42 Booth 
Fields Mary, 126 n Bond 
Fields Mitchell B., storage warehouse, 118 

Spear's wharf, dw 25 s Bond 
Fields Thompson, moulder, 292 e Monument 
Fields Wm. coachsmith, 143 n Bethel 
Fields Wm. H., wheelwright, 135 s Fremont, 

dw 202 s Paca 
Fields Wm. H. driver, 244 s Eutaw 
Fields Wm. M., sheet iron worker, 126 n 

Bond 
Fierheller Godfrey, baker, 22 Thompson 
Fifer A. laborer, 188 Stirling 
Fifer Christopher, engineer, 8 Bolton 
Fifer George, laborer, 355 Cathedral 
Fifer Godfrey, (Fifer & Quinn) 80 Mount 
Fifer Henry, laborer, 5 Vincent 
Fifer Jacob, stone quarries, 74 Mount 
Fifer John, tailor, 159 s Regester 
Fifer John, piano maker, 61 Portland 
Fifer Michael, blacksmith, Bevan bet Cross 

and Hamburg 
Fifer Nicholas, coach trimmer, 237 Hoffman 
Fifer & Quinn, (G. Fifer, W. H. Quinn) 

coach makers, 50 German 
Fighel Michael, brewer, 33 s Bond 

J. HEIVRY GIESE:, Commission Merchant, for the sale of Flour, Grnln, Seeds, <Sbc 
Roaeudale Cement and Calcined Plaster constantly on hand. Hi Spear's Wharf. 



Fiick Adam, shoemaker, 234 s Charles 
Fiick Henry, painter, 234 s Charles 
Filbert George, shoemaker, 388 n Gay 
Filbert John A. clerk, 104 n High 
Filbert Michael, grocery, 384 n Gay 
Filbin Patrick, laborer, 181 Vine 
Filbin Patrick, laborer, 99 Elliott 
Filbin Patrick, laborer, 49 Elliott 
Filchner Charles, laborer, 16 Abey al 
File George, watchman, 158 Henrietta 
Files Joseph, 14 Fish Market space 
Files William, ship carpenter, 33 Cambridge, 

Canton 
Filler Joseph, laborer, 206 German 
Filling Henry, finisher, 538 Saratoga 
Filling Henry, shoemaker, 1 Russell 
Filling John, box maker, 246 s Sharp 
Filling John, carter, 200 Cross 
Fillinger James L. clerk, 3 Columbia 
Fillinger John M. oyster packer, 23 Orchard 
Fillinger Margaret M. 3 Columbia 
FILLINGER PAUL, grocery, 56 s Schroeder 
Fillmore George, cooper, 256 Hamburg 
Finch Geo. bookbinder, Mosher near Grundy 
Finch James, cigar maker, 88 Mulliken 
Finch James, police, 88 Milliken near Bond 
Finch John, bricklayer, 65 n Poppleton 
Finch Mary Ann, shocbinder, 101 Jefferson 
Fincher Maria, 150 Division 
Fitick Henry, tailor, 215 Canton av 
Finck Catherine, grocery and liquors, 162 e 

Lombard 
FINDLEY JOHN V. L., attorney, over cor 

Lexington and Spurrii-r's ct, dw n w cor 

Lexington and St. Paul 
Findling Wm. tailor, 444 Saratoga 
Fink Adam, cabinetmaker, 56 Greenmountav 
Fink Alfred J. carpenter, 197 Fremont 
FINK & BROTHER, (Joseph Fink, H. S. 

Fink) grocers and commission merchants, a 

\v cor Franklin and Eutaw 
Fink Mrs. C. 28 n Paca 
Fink Edward, 278 s Bond 
Fink Elizabeth, milliner, 71 Druid Hill av 
Fink Erhardt, tailor, 4 n Durham 
Fink George, turner, 177 Raborg 
Fink George, tailor, 18 Walker 
Fink Henry, tailor, 295 Canton av 
Fink Henry, laborer, 62 s Regester 
Fink Henry S. (Fink & Bro.) 85 Franklin 
Fink Henry, agent, 10 Grundy 
Fink Henry, paper carrier, 90 Harrison 
Fink Herman, cabinet maker, 37 Harrison 
Fink Ikin, tailor, 321 n Central av 
Fink Jacob, laborer, Monroe n of Pratt 
Fink John, shoemaker, 146 e Lombard 
Fink John, shoemaker, 184 s Chapel 
Fink Joseph, (Fink & Bro.) 221 Franklin 
Fink Julius, cigar maker, 295 Canton av 
Fink Peter, cabinet maker, 36 L. Mc Klderry 
Fink Wm. L. shoemaker, 146 e Lombard 
Fink Wilhelm, cabinet maker, 30 Abbott 
Finke Frederick, varnisher, 247 s Paca 
Finke Mrs. Margaret, 247 s Paca 
Finkeldey Henry J. currier, 145 Hamburg 
Finknauer Henry, cabinet maker, 142 n Cal- 
vert 
Finlay James, clerk, 135 Pine 
Finley Mrs. Ann, 6 Hammond al 
Finley Frederick W. tobacconist, 90 and 92 s 

Charles 
Finley James J. (Lannahan & Finley,) 317 

Druid Hill av 



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Finley James, blacksmith, 71 Eislein 
Finley Jane, 35 Aisquith 
Finley John J. shoemaker, 158 e Madison 
Finley Joiin F. clerk, 2 St. Mary 
Finley Mary Ann, seamstress, 40 Preston 
Finley Robert S. (F. B. Loney & Co.) Foun- 
tain Hotel 
Finley Thomas, confectioner, 184 George 
Finley Wm. soldier, 197 Saratoga 
Finn Mrs Ellen, 166 s Central av 
Finn Daniel, laborer, 540 w Pratt 
Finn John, carter, 4 e Bath 
Finn John, tailor and scourer, 4 Bank 
Finn Michael, laborer, 36 William 
Finn Patrick, carter, 45 President 
Finnan Bernard, grocery, 104 n Calvert 
Finnan Bridget, seamstress, 120 Harford av 
Finnan Martin, oil paste polish manufacturer, 

18 Mercer 
Finnan Patrick, grocery, 1 Jenkins al 
Finnall Wm. 58 Richmond 
Finnegan Bernard, laljorer, 9 Webster al 
Finnegan Catherine, 58 Preston 
Finnegan Mrs. Ellen, 42 Valley 
Finnegan Henry, car driver, 970 w Baltimore 
Finnagan John, boiler maker, 61 Walnut al 
Finnegan John, laborer, 58 Preston 
Finnegan & Lynch, (0. Finnegan, M. 

Lynch,) wheelwright and blacksmiths, 88 

Worth 
Finnegan Lawrence, laborer, 4 e Centre 
Fnnegan Lawrence, dry goods, 302 n Gay 
Fmnegan Mary, milliner, 70 Pearl 
Finnegan Michael, carpenter, 22 Orbit 
Finnegan Owen, (Finnegan & Lynch,) 4 

• Constitution 
Finnegan Thomas, 58 Preston 
Finnen John, tiuckstcr, 9 Watson 
Finnen Matthew, blacksmith, 18 \ alley 
Finnessy David, laborer, 6 East 
Finneren Martin, tav'n, 39 Centre mark'lspace 
Finney Hugh, plumbcJr, 291 e Madison 
Fint Gustav, butcher. 104 Penna. av 
Finten John, laborer, 122 L. Greene 
Finzel Bankratz, tailor, 245 Chase 
Fiquet Dominic, 813 w Baltimore 
Fire Commissioners' office. City Hall 
Fire Department, Alpha No. 1, Paca near 

Fayette 
Fire Department, Home No. 2, Barre near 

Howard 
Fire Department, Comet No. 3, 32 e Lombard 
Fire Department, Caleb CushinglNo. 4, North, 

cor Lexington 
Fire Department, Thomas Swann No. 5, Ann 

bet Pratt and Gough 
Fire Department, Hope No. 6, intersection of 

Gay and Ensor 
Fire Department, Baltimore, No. 7, Eutaw 

cor Ross 
Fire Department, Hook and Ladder, No. 1, 

Harrison near Baltimore 
Fire Department, Hook and Ladder, No. 2, 

Paca near f ayette 
Fire Inspector's office, city hall, F. H. B. 

Boyd, inspector 
FIREMAN'S INSURANCE CO. OF BAL- 
TIMORE, ne cor South and Second, Henry 

P. Duhurst, president — [See p. 30 Mvertise- 

ments.] 
Firman Mark, boiler maker, 144 Harford av 
Firnan Adelbert, silver plater, 253 West 
Firnir Charles R. plumber, 250 West 



Firnstein Valentine, boot and shoemaker, 4i 

n Eutaw 
Firor Uriah, carpenter, 409 Lexington 
Firsk Matilda, 297 s Durham 
Firoved David, grocer, 232 Franklin 
Firoved John, grocer, 53 s Schroeder 
First Mrs. Mary, 63 s Durham 
FIRST iXATlONAL BANK, 8 s Gay— (See 

Appendix.) 
Fishback Frederick, shoemaker, 62 Johnson 
Firth Jonas, coachmaker, 9 Grundy 
Fischer August, tailor, 18 New Church 
Fischer Andrew, white washer, 201 s Wolfe 
Fischer Andrew, laborer, 299 Aliceanna 
Fischer Arthur T., (Fischer & Bro.) 638 w 

Fayette 
Fischer (Jasper, fnundryman, Clinton opposite 

Chesiipeake furnace 
FISCHER CHRISTIAN, restaurant, 109 

Camden 
FISCHER «fc BROTHER, (Arthur T. Fisch- 
er, VVm. Fischer) central photographic gal- 
lery, over 95 w Baltimore 
Fischer Emanuel, dry goods, n e cor Eden 

and Orleans 
Fischer Ernst, staves, hoop poles and lumber, 

Eutaw near Lee, dw 83 Grindall 
Fischer Ferdinand, shoemaker, 209 s Eutaw 
Fischer Francis M. stoves and tin ware, 14 w 

Lombard 
F'ischer Frederick, musician, 147 Sarah Ann 
Fischer Frederick, brass founder, 41 Gittings 
Fischer Frederick, tin and sheet iron worker, 

14 w Lombara 
Fischer Frederick, carpenter, 192 Conway 
Fisher George, cooper, 183 s Bethel 
Fischer George, painter, 21 Armistead la 
Fischer George, hostler, 42 Biddle al 
Fischer George J. 638 w Fayette 
Fischer George J., jr., clerk, 638 w Fayette 
Fischer Godfrey, cutter, 79 Bank 
Fischer Gotleib, butcher, 422 Penna. av 
Fischer Gotleib, pork butcher, 56 Belair mar- 
ket, dw Harford a v. near rope walk 
Fischer Henry, shoemaker, 77 Aisquith 
F'ischer H. Philip, shoemaker, 245 Penna. av 
Fischer John, tailor, 5 New Church 
Fisher John, piano maker, 50 Dover 
Fi.scher John, bookbinder, 107 Pearl 
Fischer John C. clerk, 5 Harrison 
Fischer John, butcher, 66 s Central av 
Fischer .loseph, fiirm laborer, 237 Lee 
FISCHER LOUIS C. attorney, 31 Lexington, 

dw 95 s Sharp 
Fischer Louis, tailor, 61 Gough 
Fischer Mary, 207 Aliceanna 
Fischer Nicholas, shoemaker, 445 Lexington 
Fischer Peter, laijorer, 77 Ramsay 
Fischer Wm. (Fischer & Bro.) 638 w Fayette 
Fischer Wm. tailor, 90 n Caroline 
Fischer Wm. blacksmith, 25 York, dw 83 

Henrietta 
Fischer Wm. tin and sheet iron worker, 14 

w Lombard 
Fischer Wm. butcher, 8 Townsend 
Fish George W. ship joiner, 94 s Eden 
Fish Sarah, laundress, 35 Spring 
Fishack John, stone cutter, 275 Franklin 
FISHER ANTON, (E. Fisher & Bro ) 55 w 

Baltimore 
FISHER A. & SON, (George W. Fisher,) 

grocers, 25 Penna av 
Fisher Alexander, tailor, 74 Harrison 



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Fisher Mrs. Ann, 220 n Caroline 

Fisher Alfred J. (Fisher & Dennison,) 46 

Granby 
Fisher Bridget, laundress, 6 Norris al 
FISHER, BROTHERS & CO. (R.A.Fish- 
er, R. D. Fisher,) shipping and commis- 
sion merchants, over 52 s Gay 
Fisher Charles, batcher, Calverton road, be- 
tween Fayette and Baltimore 
Fisher Mrs. Catherine, 147 Pierce 
Fisher Mrs. Catherine, 8 Pearl 
FISHER CHARLES, stove and tin ware, 92 

n Gay 
Fisher Charles, piano maker, 253 s Sharp 
Fisher Charles T. 129 Columbia 
Fisher Daniel, tailor, 8 Pearl 
Fisher Elizabeth, 40 Warren 
Fisher Elizabeth, 101 iVount 
Fisher Ernest, lumber dealer, 176 s Kutaw 
Fisher E. & Brother, (E. Fisher, A. Fisher,) 
French steHm scouring, 131 w Fayette. 
— [See p. 43 Mvertisements .] 
Fisher E. (E. Fisher & Bro.) 139 w Fayette 
Fisher Frank, musician, 167 Mulberry 
Fisher Frederick, carpenter, 192 Conway 
Fisher Frederick, tailor, 38 Portland 
Fisher Frederick, tinner, 3G n Liberty 
Fisher Frederick, blacksmith, 2 Park 
Fisher Frederick, tailor, 240 n Eden 
Fisher Mrs. Fredericka, 62 s Eutaw 
FISHKR GEORGE F. boots and shoes, 64 
n Gay, d w 56 n High. — [See page 33 Mver- 
tisements.] 
Fisher George, shoemaker, 63 North 
Fischer Geo. shoemaker, 45 n Eutaw 
Fisher George A. 129 Columbia 
Fisher George, stone mason, Frederick av nr 

city limits 
Fisher Geo. W. tinner, 56 Aisquith 
Fisher Geo. W. bricklayer, 38 n Strieker 
Fisher Geo. W. (A. Fisher & Son,) 190 Pearl 
Fisher Geo. W. carpenter, 55 Columbia 
Fisher Godfrey, musician, 86 Granby 
Fisher Hany, (Wm. Fisher & Sons,) n e cor 

St. Paul & Ectger 
Fisher Henry, barber, 90 s Eutaw 
Fisher Henry, laborer, 43 Brown 
Fisher Henry, clerk, 50 n Bond 
Fisher Henry, porter, 62 McKim 
Fisher Herman, block and pump maker, 129 

Columbia 
Fisher issac, laborer, 330 Raborg 
Fisher Isadore, soldier, 2 Barnes 
Fisher Jacob, laborer, 145 L. Greene 
Fisher James 1. (Fisher & Bro.) 32 Pleasant 
Fisher James M. clerk, 11 Barnett 
Fisher Capt. James B 52 Warren 
Fisher Jefferson, 23 n Calvert 
Fisher John, carman, Frederickav wofFulton 
Fisher John, laborer, 285 n Bond 
Fisher John, soldier, 138 c Pratt 
Fisher John, 11 n Dallas 
Fisher John H. (Wm. Fisher & Sons,) St. 

Paul 1 door n of Eager 
Fisher John, laborer, 613 Light 
Fisher John, carter, 242 Cross 
Fisher John, machinist, 167 Vine 
Fisher John A. shoemaker, 4 Comet 
Fisher .John M. carter, 172 Ramsay 
Fisher John G. butcher, 66 s Central av 
Fisher John C. paper hanger, 132 Pierce 
Fisher John H tailor, 57 n Dallas 
Fisher John, laborer, 62 McKim 



Fisher John W. builder, 366 Lexington 
Fisher Joseph, laborer, 101 Mount 
Fisher Joseph, laborer, 1 Belair av 
Fisher Joseph, confectionery, 169 Hughes 
Fisher Louisa, seamstress, 140 e Pratt 
Fisher Louisa, confectionery, 18 e Baltimore 
Fisher Mrs. Margaret A. 129 Columbia 
Fisher Mary, 119 w Monument 
Fisher Martin, moulder, 259 n Dallas 

FISHEE, & O'CONNOR, (William 
Fisher, Wm. O'Connor,) manufac- 
terers of Paper and Paper Bags, 
and dealers in Rags, Bope, old 
Paper, and all kinds of paper 
stock, 123 Hillen. 

FISHER OTTO, hair dresser, 62 s Eutaw 
Fisher Richard D. (Fisher Brothers & Co.) 

n w cor St Paul and Pleasant 
Fisher Robert, caulker, 40 Warren 
Fisher Robert A. (Fisher Bros. & Co.) presi- 
dent Baltimore Petroleum Co. 46 Second 
Fisher Sarah, operator, 70 n Exeter 
Fisher Mrs Sarah A. 75 Hill 
Fisher Saml. wagoner, Fulton n of McHenry 
Fisher Mrs. Sarah, 55 Columbia 
Fisher 'I'homas W. operator, 70 n Exeter 
Fisher Thomas W. photographer, 99 w Balti- 
more, dw 567 Lexington 
Fisher Wm. blacksmith, 83 Henrietta 
FISHER WM. & SONS, (Wm. J. H. Fisher, 

H. Fisher,) slock brokers, 32 South 
Fisher Wm. L salesman, 250 Madison av 
Fisher Wm. H. tobacconist, n w cor Greene 

and Lexington, dw 31 n Pine 
Fisher Walter A. clerk, 190 Pearl 
Fisher Wm. pilot, 52 Warren 
Fisher Wm. A. attorney, St. Paul, corner of 

Eager 
Fisher Wm. (Fisher & O'Connor,) Baltimore 

County 
Fisher Wm. (W. Fisher & Sons,) n e corner 

St. Paul and Eager 
Fisher Wm. Y. carpenter, 238 Penna av 
Fisher Wm. huckster, 155 Gough 
Fisher Win. confectioner, 105 s Paca 
FISHER WILLIAM, attorney, 45 St. Paul, 

dw 140 St. Paul 
Fisher Wm. laborer, 224 s Paca 
Fishholtz John, laborer, 20 Knox al 
Fishpaugh Henry, farmer, 20 Druid Hill av 
Fishpaw John G. boiler maker, 24 n Amity* 
FISK& HENRY, (Wm. P Fisk, George 
P. Henry,) barbers, under General Wayne 
Inn 
Fisk Wm. P. (Fisk & Henry,) 141 w Fayette 
Fislage George, 130 s Fremont 
Fisler George, 277 s Ann 
Fitch John'E, 180 n Eden 
Fitch Mrs. Mary L. 121 Saratoga 
Fitch Thomas, 180 n Eden 
Fitch Theodore, tailor, 173 n Spring 
Fitchen John, shoemaker, 26 e Fayette 
Fitchett Andrew, 8 Brannan ct 
Fitchett Margaret, 8 Brannan ct 
FITEM AN S. stoves and tinware, 80 nEutaw , 

dw 23 Mariim 
Fithful Richard, bricklayer, 423 Saratoga 
Fitton Richard S. machinist, 101 York 
Fitz Jeremiah, laborer, 179 Vine 



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Fitzberger Henry, locksmith and bell hanger, 

102 Lexington 
Fitzberger Martin, cooper, 145s Caroline 
Fitzlierger Rosa, hair dressing, 102 Lexington 
Fitzenberry Henry, laborer, 96 Leadenhall 
Fitzell Marv, 89 e Lombard 
FITZGERALD, BOOTH & CO. (R. B. 
Fitzgerald, W. Booth,) commission and 
shipping merchants, 6 s Gay 
Fitzgerald Catherine, confectioner, 66 Davis 
Fitzgerald Mrs. Clara V. 492 Light 
Fitzgerald D. grocer, 250 e Lombard 
Fitzgerald George, rope walk, Harford av 

near city limits 
Fitzgerald Jeremiah, laborer, 6C Davis 
Fitzgerald Jeffery, laborer, 67 Clay 
Fitzgerald John, tavern. 67 Thames 
Fitzgerald Mary, tailoress, 94 n Caroline 
Fitzgerald Mary, 16 Mercer 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, 115 Preston 
FITZGERALD RICHARD, restaurant, 788 

w Baltimore 
Fitzgerald Richard B. (Fitzgerald, Booth & 

Co.) 190 Franklin 
Fitzgerald Thomas B. 86 Franklin 
Fitzgerald \Vm. shoemaker, 33 Orchard 
Fitzgerald Wm. F. finisher, 1 Hill 
Fitzgert James, laborer, 7 Jackson ct 
Fitzhugh Benjamin G., Strieker n of Mulberry 
Fitzhugh Thomas, painter, 34 Little Church 
Fitzpatrick Alice, dressmaker, 70 w Biddle 
Fitzpatrick Andrew, 5 Watson 
Fitzpatrick Bernard, drayman, 61 n Exeter 
Fitzpatrick Bridget, variety, 7 e Second 
Fitzpatrick Bridget, grocery, 104 Dolphin 
Fitzpatrick Catherine, dressmaker, 288 n 

Howard 
Fitzpatrick Edward, laborer, 15 s Fremont 
Fitzpatrick Mrs. Eliza, boarding, 1 n High 
Fitzpatrick George, 67 Henrietta 
Fitzpatrick Hannah, 70 w Biddle 
Fitzpatrick Hugh, laborer, 30 Orbit al 
Fitzpatrick Hugh wagoner, 9 Low 
Fitzpatrick James, laborer, 27 Chase 
Fitzpatrick John, proprietor Vauxhall Gar- 
dens, 223 Light 
Fitzpatrick John W. 6 Armistead la 
Fitzpatrick John, stone cutter, 11 Valley 
Fitzpatrick John W. bricklayer, 466 Light 
Fitzpatrick Julia, 33 Buren 
FITZPATRICK J. G. & CO. (J. G. Fitz- 
patrick,) importers and commission mer- 
chants, 1 Hanover 
Fitzpatrick J. G. (J. G. Fitzpatrick & Co.) 

42 s Sharp 
Fitzpatrick Mary, 3 n Sharp ct 
Fitzpatrick Mary, 82 Sterling 
Fitzpatrick Mary, dressmaker, 70 w Biddle 
Fitzpatrick Mary, grocery, 361 Forrest 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, boiler maker, 504 w Pratt 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, soldier, 1 Liberty al 
Fitzpstrick Patrick, drayman, 186 n Exeter 
Fitzpatrick Patrick, 6 Hawk 
Fitzpatrick Peter, liquor dealer, 221 Cathedral 
Fitzpatrick Philip, lab. White house, Canton 
Fitzpatrick Philip, foundryman, 7 Grace ct 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, can maker, 273 Saratoga 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, laborer, 106 Dugan's whf 
Fitzpatrick Thomas, wagoner, 110 s Howard 
Fitzpatrick Wm. laborer, 305 William 
Fitzsimnions James, laborer, 65 Perry 
Fitzsimmons Wm. clerk, 163 Mulberry 
Fitzwilson Geo H. ins'ance agt., 41 s Sharp 



Fizone Jacob F. milk, 472 Penna. av 

Flack David, clerk, 168 w Lombard 

Flack Geo. N. butcher, 80 Centre market, dw 

York road, Baltimore co 
Flack Geo. W. (Lentz &. Flack,) 142 Mulberry 
Flack H. H. clerk, 168 w Lombard 
Flack Jacob, tinner, 65 s Eutaw 
Flack James W. (T. J. Flack & Sons,) 52 3 

High 
Flack Joseph, porter, 31 George 
Flack Joseph, blacksmith, 20 Amity 
Flack J. S. O. (T. J. Flack & Sons,) 46 s 

High 
FLACK THOS. J. & SONS, (Thomas J. 
Simms O., J. W. Flack,) foreign and do- 
mestic liquors, cor Bowly and Guilford 
Flack Thos. J. (T. J. Flack & Sons,) 168 w 

Lombard 
Fladung Bernard, lager beer, 150 Low 
Fladung Frank, helper, 22 Chew 
Fladung Philip, tailor, 113 McElderry 
Fladung Martin, grocer, 71 Mu'.likin 
Flage Christian, box maker, 162 Pearl 
Flaharty Stephen, carpenter, 399 Canton av 
Flaherty Bartholomew, tavern, 106 s Howard 
Flaherty Bridget, 39 Guilford al 
Flaherty B. laborer, 27 Armistead la 
Flaherty & Costello, painters, 78 s Regester 
Flaherty Edward, lamplighter, 48 Albemarle 
Flaherty Edward, wharf builder and spar 
maker, 168 Bank. [Seep. \9 ^Idvertisements.] 
Flaherty James, laborer, 355 Columbia 
Flaherty John, carpenter, 54 Harford av 
Flaherty John A. printer, 384 Lexington 
Flaherty Lewis, house painter, 532 w Balti- 
more 
Flaherty Martin, spar maker, 328 Eastern av 
Flaherty Michael, laborer, 3 Jenkins al 
Flaherty Michael, laborer, 195 Vine 
Flaherty Michael, carpenter, 5 Boston 
Flaherty Matthias, laborer, 136 Vine 
Flaherty Patrick H. painter, 46 Thames, dw 

57 s Ann 
Flaherty Peter, laborer, 66 Portland 
Flaherty Thomas, laborer, 40 Binaey 
Flaherty Thomas, 183 s Chester 
Flaherty Wm. E. carpenter, 49 e Fayette 
Flake Christopher, soldier, 185 Hughes 

PLAMM GEORGE & CO., (George 

Flamm,) Preserver of all kinds of 
Fruits, Jellies, Oysters, &e., 35 N. 
Sharp. 

Flamm Magdalena, confectioner and baker, 

88 Lexington 
Flamm Magdalena, grocery, 32 Holland 
FLAMM PETER, confectioner and baker, 

88 Lexington 
Flamm Wm. baker, 72 e Fayette 
Flanagan Catharine, 18 Etting 
Flanagan Joseph, clerk, 84 e Pratt 
Flanagan Terrence, laborer, 18 Etting 
Flanigan James, porter, 52 King 
Flanigan Patrick, laborer, 6 Bevan 
Flanigan Luke, machinist, 542 w Pratt 
Flannagan Andrew, mariner, 70 n Eden 
Flannagan John, carpenter 77 n Fremont 
Flannagan John, engineer, 4 Mott 
Flannagan John, carter, 125 Albemarle 
Flannagan Patrick, laborer, 2 Josephine 



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Flannary James, blacksmith, 51 Union 
Flannaiy Jas. J. machinist, n e cor McHenry 

and Dawson al 
Flanrery H. dressmaker, 32 n Liberty 
Flannery Michael, laborer, 31 Booth 
Flannery Patrick, laboi-er, 372 Ostend 
Flannigain Andrew, 133 n Calvert 
Flannigain Andrew jr., druggist, dw 133 n 

Calvert 
Flannigain Benjamin, 133 n Calvert 
Flannigain Edward, 133 n Calvert 
Flannigain Theodore R. 133 n Calvert 
Flannigan Andrew M. drinking saloon, 103 

Camden, dw 55 s Paca 
Flannigan Franklin, laborer, 19 Hillen 
Flannigan Joseph, clerk, 22 e Fayette 
Flannigan Michael, laborer, 19 Hillen 
Flannigan Thomas, laborer, 94 Grundy 
Flarity Patrick, laborer, 75 n Front 
Flaven Catherine, tavern, 47 s Frederick 
Flaxcomb Chas. A. cigar maker, 8 n Schroeder 
Flaxcomb Wiii. C engineer, 8 n Schroeder 
Flayharty Thomas, herder, McHenry w of 

Fulton 
Fleckenstein Louis, lager beer saloon, 69 n 

Gay 
Fleckenstein Peter, laborer, 167 e Lombard 
Fleckensteine John, tailor, 23 Somerset 
Fleckensline August, soldier, 167 e Lombard 
Fleckenstine Jacob, cooper, 339 s Bond 
"Fleckenstine John, laliorer, 201 Aliceanna 
Fleckner Charles, tinner, 3 State 
Fleehearty Hugh, officer at Penitentiary, 214 

e Madison 
Fleehearty John T. clerk, 214 e Madison 
FLEDDERMAN & HOLTMAN, (H. G. 

Fledderman, Henry Holtman,) merchant 

tai.lors, 44 n Howard 
Fledderman H. G. (Fledderman& Holtman,) 

164 Saratoga 
Fleetwood A. laborer, 53 Henrietta. 
Fleetwood Alexander, eating saloon, 134 Lee 
Fleges Christian, box maker, 162 Pearl 
Fleischer Andrew, carpenter. Garrison la n of 

Frederick road 
Fleischer E. (E. Fleischer & Bro.) 167 Sara- 
toga 
FLEISCHER E. & BRO. (E. Fleischer, S. 

Fleischer,) furnishing goods and notions, 2 

Hanover 
Fleischer John, tailor, 309 n Central av 
Fleischer John, laborer, 288 Bethel 
Fleischer S. (E. Fleisher & Bro.) 167 Sara- 
toga 
Fleischell Mary Ann, 343 e Lombard 

Fleischman , laborer, 31 s Wolfe 

Fleischman Henry, baker, 213 Canton av 
Fleischman Moses, butcher, 18 Fell's Point 

market, and green grocer, 134 s Bond, dw 

117 Bank 
Fleischman Sebastian, shoemaker, s w cor 

High and Fayette 
Fleischman Susan, confectioner, 213 Eastern 

av 
Fleischmann John, lager beer, 17 Dover 
Fleishman Philip, laborer, 34 Aliceanna 
Fleming Ann, 144 Holiday 
Fleming Andrew, cake stand, Union Reading 

Rooms, 142 L. Greene 
Fleming Mrs. Bridget, 653 Light 
Fleming Henry (Ruth & Fleming,) 156 w 

Lombard 



Fleming Dr. J. P. 122 n Greene 

Fleming Samuel B. plumber, 148 n Eutaw, 

dw 137 w Madison 
Fleming Wm. P. 122 n Greene 
Fleming Wm. S. clerk commissary dept. 519 

w Fayette 
Flemm John, shoemaker, 6 Brennan ct 
Fleniming Chas. clerk, 238 n Bond 
Flemming Emanuel, tailor, 175 Franklin 
Fleraming F. A. bookkeeper, 1 e Lombard 
Flemming Henry (Oliver & Flemming,) 40 

Hillen 
Flemming James, shoemaker, 121 n Gay 
Flemming John, laborer, 50 Albemarle 
Flemming Michael, laborer, 42 Albemarle 
Flemming Patrick, tavern, 59 s Frederick 
Flemming Wm. F. police, 126 n Caroline 
Flemming Wm. H. shoemaker, 90 Ensor 
Flemming Wm. tavern, 57 s Frederick 
Flentze Fred'k W. musical instrument maker, 

77 e Monument 
Flersheimer Benjamin, rags, ISL.McElderry 
Flersheimer Rose, 15 L. McElderry 
Fletcher Henry C. (Wilson & Fletcher,) 23 

n Calvert 
Fletcher Jeremiah H. tailor and clothier, 140 

w Pratt, dw 318 n Gay 
Fletcher Jesse F. printer, 125 s Eden 
Fletcher Mary Ann, 107 s Caroline 
Fletcher Nathan, second hand store, 145 Hill 
Fletcher Wm. G. gunsmith, 138 Cross 
Fleury Harriet, 114 s Paca 
Fieury Joseph, carver, 643^2 s Howard 
Flick Wm. N. cigar maker, 92 HoUina 
Flinn James, machinist, 163 Greenmount av 
Flinn Michael, conductor B. & 0. R. R. 8 n 

Oregon 
Flinn Patrick, laborer, 162 Aliceanna 
Flinspach Ferdinand W. (John H. Richards 

& Co.) 77 e Fayette 
Flint Sarah A. 136 Cathedral 
Flint Wm. bookkeeper, 136 Cathedral 
Flirm John L. boiler maker, 184 s Washing- 
ton, F. P. 
Flock Andrew, tavern, 253 s Bond 
Flohr Morris, tinner, 407 Canton av 
Flood Mary Ann, 749 w Baltimore 
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE CO. 

155 w Baltimore, D. W. Clark, agent 
Floss F. W. clerk, 196 s Broadway 
Floss Sarah, dry goods and millinery, 196 s 

Broadway 
Flour Inspectors'.Office, n w cor German and 

Howard 
Flower Elizabeth, 11 James la 
Flower G. W. sutler, Barnum's hotel 
Flowers John J. teamster, 627 w Pratt 
Floyd Charles T. carpenter, 127 Garden 
Floyd Clement, ship carpenter, 40 Cross 
Floyd George M. boiler maker, 118 St. Peter 
Floyd James, painter, 2 Guilford al 
Floyd Joseph, hatter, 227 Light 
Floyd Mrs. Matilda C. 29 Williamson al 
Floyd Wm. J. shipsmith, 40 Cross 
Floyd Wm. P. boiler maker, 227 Light 
Floyd Wm. J. coachmaker, 105 Hillen 
Fluery Joseph, machinist, 64^^ s Howard 
Fluery Michael, milkman, Elliott w of Clinton 
Fluharty Jas. boots and shoes, 2 w Baltimore, 

dw 97 s Eden 
Fluharty Thomas J. bookkeeper, 97 s Eden 
Fluharty Wm. R. bookkeeper, 183 Franklin 



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Fogle John, laborer, 21 Preston 

Fogle Louis, bhicksmith, 72 Wash 'ton, F.H. 

Fogle Michael, tailor, 241 e Lombard 

Fogler John, cabinet maker, 82 Somerset 

Fogler Solomon, caliinet maker, 100 Columbia 

Fogt Andrew, rags, 195 Canton av 

Fogt Christian, tailor, 84 s Chapel 

Fogt Nicholas, laborer, 23 s Central av 

Fold Valentine B. barber, 312 s Chapel 

Foige Adolph M. (Baker & Co.) 132 n Gay 

Foith George, tailor, 50 s Wolfe 

Foke August, sailor, 30 Bank 

Folen Martin, Irtborer, 64(j w Pratt 

Folen Michael, blacksmith, 646 w Pratt 

Folen Patrick, laborer, 646 w Pratt 

Foley Ann, crockery dealer, 130 Forrest 

Foley Charles, fireman, 72 s DurTiam 

Foley Dan'l J. (D.J. Foley & Bro.) 72 St. 

Paul 
Foley D. J. & Bro. (D. J. Foley, M. J. Foley,) 
wholesale grocers and com. merchants, 50 
South , 

Foley Rev. John, 40 Hollins 
Foley John, coachsmith, s w cor Eutaw and 

King, dw 33 Barnes 
Foley John, clerk, 271 e Baltimore 
Foley Mrs. Margaret, over 6 Bank 
Foley Matthew J. (D. J. Fowley & Bro.) 81 

Centre 
Foley Matthew, 43 Mulberry 
Foley Michael, 144 Franklin 
Foley Patrick, laborer, 196 Canton av 
FOLEY REV. THuMAS, 106 n Charles 
Folger Geo. hostler, 2 Biddle al 
Folk Adam, laborer, 226 e Eager 
Folk Jacob, carpenter, 153 s Durham 
Folkman Anton, laborer, 58 s Central av 
Folk Martha, 6 Stirling 
Folks Geo. F. carpenter, over 15 n Sharp, dw 

122 Mullikin 
Folks John, carpenter, 172 Forrest 
Folkenham Conrad, laborer, 168 s Regester 
Folknehan George, teamster, 48 s Regester 
Poll Henry, mariner, 212 s Wolfe 
Foil I\'icholas, sawyer, 78 Grindall 
Folia Ida, seamstress, 73 e Monument 
FoUansbee Catherine, grocery, 206 Garden 
Folland David, carpenter, 180 s Chapel 
Follard Charles E. clerk, 5 Gough 
Poller John, Canton hotel, s e cor Boston and 

Clinton 
FoUis Mrs. Ellen, grocery, 122 Ensor 
Follman John, baker, 52 s Central av 
Follmer Christian, confectioner, 57 Gough 
Follmer Reinhardt, bookkeeper, 60 Centre 

Market space 
Follmer John, baker, 52 s Central av 
Foltz & Ehlen, (Geo. W. Fokz, H. W. Eh- 

len,) restaurant, 5 Lovely la 
Foltz Geo. W. (Foltz & Ehlen,) 5 Lovely la 
Foltz Henrietta, 135 s Exeter 
Foltz Jacob 0. clerk, 47 Marion 
Fonder Richard, painter, cor Gay and Harri- 
son, dw 115 n Caroline 
Foneif Mrs. Margaret, 2 Russell 
FONERDEN Dli. JuHTs, Medical Super- 
intendent Maryland Hospital, dw Monu- 
ument near Broadway 
Fonts, Richard, grain, 76 Washington, F. H. 
Fonk George, laborer, 60 Alictanna 
Fonshel Charles, tinner, 100 n Front 
FONTAINE JOHN L. merchant tailor, 215 
w Pratt, dw 34 s Broadway 

J. HENRY GIESE, Commission Merchant, for the sale of Floiir, Grnin, Se< ds, deO: 
Roseudale Cement and Calcined Plaster coustautljr on hand. 31 Spear's Wharf. 



Flurck Fred'k, cooper, 11 Somerset 
Flusky John B. tavern, 41 w Lombard 
Flynn Catherine, 46 McMechin 
Flynn David, stone mason, 46 Tyson 
FLYNN & EMRI(;H. (J. Flynn, J. P. Em- 
rich,) manufacturers of machinery, 55 Hol- 
iday 
Flynn Mrs. Ellen, 3 Elliott 
Flynn James, bricklayer, 220 Vine 
Flynn James, plumber, 220 Vine 
Flynn James, mariner, 117 Albemarle 
Flynn James, laborer, 63 Greenmount av 
Flynn James, grocery, 51 Elliott 
Flynn James, (Flynn & Emrich, 178 e Mon- 
ument 
Flynn John, oyster packer, 97 Cambridge 
Flynn John, laborer, 125 West 
Flynn John A. tinner, 190 Conway 
Flynn John, grocer, 103 Front 
Flynn John T. salesman, 76 Columbia 
Flynn John J. tailor, 6 Clagget al 
Flynn Lawrence, boiler maker, 184 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Flynn Mary Ann, 155 Chesapeake 
Flynn Michael, wellborer, 18 Pleasant al 
Flynn Morris, laborer, 125 s Dover 
Flynn Morris, carpenter, 16 Douglass 
Flynn Patrick, grocery, 84 Holiday 
Flynn Wm. shoemaker, over 72 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
Foaklev Wm. laborer, 123 Elliott 
Foans A. B. 231 Franklin 
Foard Addison K. broker, 69 Exch'ge place, 

dw 149 W Middle 
Foard Chas. D. conductor B. & 0. R. R. 26 

Mc Henry 
Foard Joseph 0. (Foard & Rogers,) 308 Mad- 
ison av 
Foard Mrs. K. 308 Madison av 
Foard & Rogers, (J. O. Foard & C. H. Ro- 
gers,) shipping and commission merchants, 
16 Bowly's whf 
Foard Wm. G. 308 Madison av 
Foble Henry, 374 w Lombard 
Foble Henry, jr. tobacconist, 374 w Lombard 
Focht Christopher, laborer, 101 Orchard 
Fochte Lawrence, porter, Susquehanna Hotel, 

n Calvert 
FOCKE EDWARD L. trimmings and fur- 
nishing goods, 252 w Baltimore, dw 308 
w Lombard 
Foegel Francis, blacksmith, 418 s Charles 
Foeller Conrad, basket maker, 378 Saratoga 
Fogel Balthazer, cigar maker, 123 McElderry 
Fogel Casimer, milkman, Madison w of Mc- 
Mechin 
Fogel Christena, 196 s Wolf 
Fogeler John, sailor, 182 Hughes 
Fogeler John, cabinet maker, 37 Buren 
Fogelhorer Leonard, tailor, 40 Maiden la 
Fogelson Fred'k C. butcher, Penna. av near 

toll gate 
Fogelstein Philip, laborer, 315 Light 
Fogerty Daniel, laborer, 20 South 
Fogerty James, laborer, 9 Addison 
Fogerty John, laborer, 72 Essex 
Fogerty Patrick, laborer, 19 Sterrett 
Fogle George, cooper, s e cor Hanover and 

West 
Fogle Henry H. clerk, 11] Lexington 
Fogle Henry H. clerk, 37 n High 
Fogle John "H. clerk in City Circuit Court 
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Foors Mifry A. grocery, 41 Mullikin 

Foos Charles, engineer, 589 w Lombard 

Foos Delia, nurse, 214 n Eden 

Foos Edward A. bricklayer, 143 s Bond 

Foos James, carpenter, 327 IJruid Hill av 

Foos John C. tinner, 135 Peirce 

Foos John, bricklayer, 45 n Exeter 

Foos John, tailor, 135 Peirce 

Foos Wm. painter, 35 Milliman 

Foos Wm. A. bricklayer, 33 n Wolfe 

Foose Henry, bricklayer, 41 Mullikin 

Foose Thomas, bricklayer, 329 e Monument 

Foote Abntr L. inspector, 3 n Exeter 

Foote Colin A. bookkeeper, 75 n Charles 

Fopless James, clerk, 134 n High 

Foran John, tavern, 68 Lancaster 

Forbes Catherine, 137 Front 

Forbes James H. Quartermaster's clerk, 109 

w Fayette 
Forbes James S. carpenter, s w cor Eutaw 

and Hoffman, dvv 328 n Eutaw 
Forbes Rev. Mathias L. tea store, 82 w Bal- 
timore, dw 20 s Strieker 
Forbes Wm. mariner, 356 e Fayette 
Ford Mrs. Anne E. 45 Pearl 
Ford Augustus, tinner, 280 Montgomery 
Ford Columljus W. commission merchant, 17 

Ligiit, dw Grundy near McMechin 
Ford Charles T. watchman, 212 Conway 
Ford Edmund B. hatter, 211 Saratoga 
Ford Edward C. sergeant police, 223 Orleans 
Ford Edwin, laborer, 17 Armistead la 
Ford Francis A. clerk, 232 e Monument 
Ford George, detective, 16 Jefferson 
Ford George M. 39 Chew 
Ford Gustavus M. conductor B. & O. R. R. 

554 w Baltimore 
Ford Henry, laborer, 175 n Fremont 
Ford Henry, rigger, 348 Franklin 
Ford H. J. caulker, 244 Light 
Ford James, bacon dealer, 181 and 183 Ches- 

nut 
Ford Jatnes, hostler, 164 West 
Ford James B. n e cor Franklin and Fremont 
Ford J. F. messenger Adams express, 69 e 

Lombard 
Ford John, 50 O'Donnell 
Ford John, laborer, 39 Carlton 
Ford John T. proprietor Holiday-st theatre, 

dw cor Gilmor and Liberty road 
Ford John, cigar maker, Harford av, near 

I'oint la 
Ford John W. cabinet maker, 237 n Central av 
Ford Mary, seamstress, 123 Harford av 
Ford Mary, laundress, rear of 55 n Front 
Ford Mrs. Mary, 19 New Church 
Ford Peter, laborer, 177 s Eden 
Ford Samuel, laborer, 240 HoUins 
Ford Thomas, laborer, 204 Madison 
Ford Thomas, blacksmith. Mount Royal hill 

near the reservoir 
Ford Thomas C. bookseller, 191 n Gay, dw 

125 e Monument 
Ford Thomas C. clerk Ericsson steamboat 

line, 3 Light-st wharf 
Ford Thomas, blacksmith, 13 Gough 
Ford Thomas, rigger, 293 s Durham 
Ford William H. shoemaker, 194 George 
Ford William H. merchant tailor, 23 n How- 
ard, dw 427 w Fayette 
Fordenvoster John, box maker, 3 Vine 
Foreman Caroline, washerwoman, 132 William 
Foreman George W. machinist, 362 e Fayette 



Foreman Henry C. shoemaker, 312 e Fayette 
Foreman Joseph E. shoemaker, 312 e 

Fayette 
Foreman Joseph F. at stables City P. R. R., 

92 Thames 
Foreman Philip J. carpenter, 109 Mullikin 
Forhan Maurice, clerk, 39 Market space 
Forlaufer George, tanner. 341 Penna. av 
Forman A. D. & Co. (A. D. Forman, H. C. 

Forman,) wood and coal, 513 w Baltimore 
Forman A. D. (A. D. Forman & Co.) 475 w 

Fayette 
Forman Evan M. clerk, 9 Holland 
Forman Evan M. plasterer, 9 Holland 
Forman Henry C. (A. D. Forman & Co.) 522 

w Fayette 
Forman John, carpenter, 146 George 
Forman Joseph L. gilder, 9 Holland 
Forman Joshua, carpenter, Philadelphia road, 

near city limits 
Forman Samuel, cooper, 108 Holiday 
Forman Valentine, 413 Walsh 
Forman William, (M. A. Hamilton & Co.) 

27 s Frederick 
Forney Clement, laborer, 133 Chesapeake 
Forney Mrs. E. variety store, 455 w Fayette 
Forney Geo. M. (J. C. Bridges & Co.) 626 w 

Lombard 
FORiNEY HENRY S. & CO. (H. S. For- 
ney,) house furnishing goods, 11 n Howard, 
dw 165 iMadison av 
Forney Isaac C. carriage trimmer, 169 n Fre- 
mont 
Forney Jackson, stone cutter, 186 e Madison 
Forney Jacob, watchman, 455 w Fayette 
Forney Jemima, 70 n Exeter 
Forney Philip, blacksmith, 75 St. Peter 
Forney Wm. C., clerk, 4 n Strieker 
Fornoff George, tailor, 38 n Caroline 
Fornshill N. C, tinner, Starr hotel, Front 
Forrest Alexander, laborer, 54 Raborg 
Forrest Alexander, fireman, 244 w Fayette 
Forrest Charles, farmer, Chappell nr Penna 

av. 
Forrest Francis, blacksmith, 664 w Pratt 
Forrest George W., mariner, 2 Aisquith 
Forrest James H., machinist, 3 Henrietta 
Forrest John H., police, 40 Constitution 
Forrest Jonathan, 168 s Charles 
Forrest Leonard, 7 Henrietta 
Forrest Mrs. Mary, 50 Raborg 
Forrest Mrs. Mary L., 98 e Baltimore 
Forrest Mrs. Mary Ann, notions, s w corner 

Pratt and Gough 
Forrest T., mariner, s w cor Pratt and Gough 
Forrest 'fhomas J., paper hanger and uphol- 
sterer, 48 s Broadway 
Forrest Wm., tinner, 690 w Pratt 
Forrester Alexander, tavern, s w cor McEl- 

derry and Spring 
Forrester Allen E., justice of peace, 28 St. 

Paul, dw 192 Druid Hill av 
Forrester Benj. F., notions, 109 n Eutaw, dw 

89 Chatsworth 
Forrester Benj. F., carpenter, 133 Hoffman 
Forrester Charles T., carpenter, 25 Brune 
Forrester George, jr., ferryman, 189 Mont- 
gomery 
Forrester George, carpenter, 189 Montgomery 
Forrester James, bricklayer, 50 n Caroline 
Forrester James, laborer, 147 Dolphin 
Forrester John G., carpenter, 132 n Bond 
Forrester John, engineer, 451 w Lombard 



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Forrester John F. & Co., (John F. Forrester, 
W. Bankerd,) country produce dealers, 135 
Franklin 
Forrester John F., (John F. Forrester & Co.,) 

129 Druid Hill av 
Forrester Patrick, laborer, 190 West 
Forrester Rob't, blacksmith, 112 Harford av 
Forrester Wm. H., carpenter, 149^^ w Hoff- 
man 
Forschell Joseph, 323 e Lombard 
Forster Donaldson, Grundy near Townsend 
Forster Powell, tailor, 370 Saratoga 
Forstner John G., grocery, 2.5 Elliott 
Forsyth Alexander, bricklayer, 5 Brune 
Forsyth Alexander W., laborer, 39 Tyson 
Forsyth Alexander, s w corner Lanvale and 

Division 
Forsyth Alex. D., caulker, 215 Montgomery 
Forsyth Alex. M., plumber, 35 Holland 
Forsyth Mrs. Charlotte E., 137 e Lombard 
Forsytii David J., police, 114 Preston 
Forsyth Emanuel T., machinist, 82 s Caroline 
Forsyth Emanuel, tobacconist, 168 Penna. av 
Forsyth Franklin, conductor B. & 0. R. R., 

216 Mulberry 
Forsyth Gerard, tobacconist, 103 n Pine, dw 

5 Brune 
Forsyih James, drayman, 60 n Dallas 
Forsyth James J., cooper, 126 Hamburg 
Forsyth John A., wood, 215 Montgomery 
Forsyih Julia Ann, 5 Brune 
Forsyth Manuel, (Armistead& Forsyth,) 168 

Penna. av 
Forsyth Robert, gas fitter, 35 Holland 
Forsyth Robt. T. boiler maker, 117 Cross 
Forsyth Samuel J. tobacco manufacturer, 168 

Penna. av 
Forsyth Thomas G. bricklayer, 41 Hoffman 
Forsyth Wm. H. wood, 220 Montgomery 
Forsyth Wm. J. plumber, 247 Franklin 
Fort Isabella, teacher, 178 w Madison av 
Fort Leander A. 178 w Madison av 
FORT McHENRY, foot of Fort av 
Fortier Mrs. Peter M. 39 n Gilmor 
Fortling Leonard, bricklayer, 271 Saratoga 
Fortling Mrs. Sarah, 271 Saratoga 
Fortman Adam, carpenter, 224 Dover 
Fortman Mainard, cab. maker, 38Leadenhall 
Fortmann Henry, waterman, 64 Light 
Fortner Mrs. Sarah, 11 Abey al 
Fortune Elizabeth, teacher, 27 Pleasant 
Forwood William L. 231 n Eden 
Foebeiiner Alexander, carpenter, 171 Hanover 
Fosbenner Ann, 171 Hanover 
Fosbenncr Wm. G. bricklayer, 59)^ Lee 
Fosler John, carpenter, 9 n Wolfe 
Fosler Joseph, carpenter, 9 n Wolfe 
Fosler Uriah, carpenter, 9 n Wolfe 
Fosner Catherine, seamstress, 4 Harmony la 
Foss Charles M. tin and sheet iron ware, un- 
der Eutaw House, 9 Baltimore, dw 243 
Franklin 
Foss William W. cabinet furniture, 30 n 

Howard, dw 28 
Fossett John, collector, 67 s Caroline 
Fossett Richard, car driver, 463 Saratoga 
Foster Henj. F. laborer, 103 s Poppleton 
.Foster David B. plumber, 115 w Biddle 
Foster David C. printer, 29 Jackson 
Foster David C. printer, Starr Hotel, n Front 
Foster Mrs. E. 285 Light 
Foster Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, 122 e 
Monument 



Foster Emily A. 189 e Pratt 
Foster Francis S. ship joiner, 174 Bank 
Foster Franklin W. engineer, 160 Hughes 
Foster George, cigar maker. Black Horse 

tavern 
Foster Henry, oyster shucker, 271 s Dallas 
Foster Jacob, wood sawyer, 180 William 
Foster James K. carpenter, 235 s Sharp 
Foster Capt. James W. 36 Henrietta 
Foster John, brush maker, 30Slemmer's al 
Foster John, laborer, 148 Raborg 
Fo-'ter John, jr. soldier, 148 Raborg 
Foster John C. sutler, 284 Madison 
Foster J. Nelson, deputy provost marshal, 3d 
district, office 26 Holiday, dw 246 e Biddle 
Foster Mahlon, shoemaker, 79 Chesnut al 
Foster Mrs. Mary, 174 Preston 
Foster Mrs. Mary, 97 s Poppleton 
Foster Misses Mary F. and Susan W., Insti- 
tute for young ladies, 56 n Greene 
Foster Margaret, 1823^ n High 
Foster Samuel, carter, 239 s Paca 
Foster S. B. machinist, 118 e Madison 
Foster Thomas Y. horses, 168 German 
Foster William, stage carpenter, 157 Chesnut 
Foster Wm. J. clerk, 157 Stirling 
Foster Wm. J. glass cutter, 159 w Pratt 
Foster Wm. J. iron finisher, 103 s Poppleton 
Foster Wm. M. dentist, 117 n Charles, dw 49 

Lexington 
Foster Wm. T. in Mayor's office, 242 n Eden 
Foster Wm. T. commission agent, 70 Ex- 
change place, dw 232 n Eutaw 
Foster Wm. S., bricklayer, 128 Pine 
Foster W. F., mariner, 25 Henrietta 
Foudriat Pierre, scourer and fluter, 64 Lex- 
ington 
Fouks Myer, butcher, 276 Canton av 
Foulds James H., boatbuihier, 53 s Eden 
Foulk Delia, teacher, 130 Mulberry 
Foulk Elizabeth, 140 e Madison 
Foulk Emma, 140 e Madison 
Foulk Rev. John ti., 130 Mulberry 
Foulk Kedan, shoemaker, 91 Orchard 
Foullmer Frederick, laborer, 261 Aliceanna 
Fountain Edward C, mariner, 91 Gough 
Fountain George W., sailmaker, 280 Mul- 
berry 
FOUNTAIN HOTEL, Wm. H. Clabaugh, 

proprietor. Light near Baltimore 
Fountain Mrs. Mary A., 25 Scott 
Fousbrinck Harman, n e corner Light and 

Water 
Fouse Henry D., tinner, 211 n Bond 
Fouse Joseph, laborer, 159 e Lombard 
Fonts Solomon, barkeeper, 82 n Calvert 

POUTZ & BRC, (S. A. Foutz, D. 
E. Foutz,) Wholesale Di-uggists, 
and Proprietors of Foutz "s Horse 
and Cattle Powders, Foutz 's Mix- 
ture, Shriner's Cough Syrup, 
Shriner's Vermifuge, 116 Frank- 
lin 

Foutz D. E., (Foutz & Bro.,) 92 n Paca 
Foutz S. A., (Foutz & Bro.,) 116 Franklin 
Fowble Abraham, (Fowble & Miller,) 259 w 

Fayette 
Fowble & Miller, (A. Fowble, C. Miller,) 

carpenters, 18 Vine 



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Fowble Wm., carpenter, 219 Fayette, dw 43 

Pine 
Fowl Nicholas, sawyer, 29 Harrison 
Fowler Mrs. Catherine, s e cor Baltimore and 

Lloyd 
Fowler David, attorney, 41 St. Paul, dw Bal- 
timore Co. 
Fowler David d., clerk, Adams Express, dw 

665 Lexington 
Fowler Edward H., clerk, 153 Hughes 
Fowler Edwin C, index clerk Superior Court, 

180 Harford av 
Fowler Evan M., officer at Penitentiary, dw 

Madison near Stirling 
Fowler Elizabeth, 24 s Calhoun 
FOWLER FRANCIS, wire worker, corner 

Fayette and Liberty, dw 24 s Calhoun 
Fowler Isaac, huckster, 350 n Gay 
Fowler James H., painter, 530 Saratoga 
Fowler Capt. John, 40 s Poppleton 
Fowler John, huckster, 421 e Fayette 
Fowler John R., 270 w Baltimore 
Fowler John, (B. F. Parlett & Co.,) Gilmor 

near Lexington 
Fowler John P , bookkeeper, 180 w Baltimore 
FOWLER JOHN H., (Fowler, Zeigler & 

Co., and Rex, Higgins & Co.,) Balto. Co. 
Fowler John, blacksmith, 28 s Schroeder 
Fowler Julia Ann, tailoress, 158 n Exeter 
Fowler Kate, asst. matron House of Refuge 
Fowler Kate, tailoress, 411 e Fayette 
Fowler & Leitch, (M. J. Fowler, B. F. 

Leitch,) soap manufacturers, 5 Cider al 
Fowler M. J., (Fowler & Leitch,) Fayette 3d 

door from Eutaw 
Fowler Mrs. Margaret, 109 Druid Hill av 
Fowler Margaret E., milliner, 530 Saratoga 
Fowler Matilda, nurse, 94 n Eden 
Fowler Mrs. Mary A., 24 s Calhoun 
Fowler Randolph, shoemaker, 103 Raborg 
Fowler Robert, (Fowler, Zeigler & Co.,) Bal- 
timore Co. 
Fowler Rezin, carpenter, 563 w Lombard 
Fowler Robert, boiler maker, 27 York 
Fowler Samuel L. 610 w Baltimore 
Fowler Samuel T. huckster, 204 n Central av 
Fowler Samuel, carpenter, 27 Jackson 
Fowler Susan, tailoress, 158 n Exeter 
Fowler Thomas, laborer, 94 Carey 
FOWLER THOMAS, grocer and hardware 

dealer, 175 and 177 e Baltimore 
Fowler Wm. fireman, 485 w Pratt 
Fowler Wm. H. carpenter, 27 Jackson 
Fowler Capt. Wm. C, mariner, Broadway 

near Jefferson 
Fowler Wm. 103 Thames 
Fowler Wm. W. hatter, 22 s Eutaw 
Fowler Wm. W. 158 n Bond 
FOWLER, ZEIGLER & CO. (R. Fowler, 
F. Zeigler, J. H. Fowler) flour and general 
commission merchants, 91 and 93 s Charles 
Fowner James, butcher, 89 Lexington mark't, 

dw Butcher's row, Penna. av extended 
Fox Andrew, porter, 156 Columbia 
Fox Charles, tobacconist, 53 Josephine 
Fox F. W. clerk, 623 w Lombard 
Fox Mrs. Francis, 3 Pine 
Fox Hannah, 35 Brown 
Fox Henry, laborer, 2 Wonderling row 
Fox Henry, car driver, 46 Frederick av 
Fox Hiram E. tobacconist, 187 w Baltimore, 

dw 529 w Fayette 
Fox James, grocery and liquors, 31 Douglass 



Fox John D. huckster, rear of Ramsev 
Fox John, (Ray & Co.) Washington, D. C. 
Fox John, shoemaker, 226 s Eutaw 
Fox John, laborer, 253 s Durham 
Fox John, laborer, 10 Comet 
Fox Lewis, junk shop, 212 s Durham 
Fox Michael, laborer, 4 Swann 
Fox Moses, butcher, 134 e Hampstead 
Fox Nicholas, furniture wagon, 1 New 
Fox Patrick, laborer, 13 Tyson al 
Fox Samuel, butcher, 200 s Wolfe 
Fox Stephen P. ladies' shoemaker, 510 w Bal- 
timore street, dw 479 
Fox Theodore B. teacher, 28 Hanover 
Fox Thomas, carter, 45 Park 
Fox Thomas, shoemaker, 207 Lee 
Fox Thomas, shoemaker, 193 Lee 
Fox Wm. gardener, 76 Booth 
Foxwell Eliza, 140 s Broadway 
Foxwell Capt. Geo. W. 48 Warren 
Foxwell Henrietta, tailoress, 70 s Caroline 
Foxwell John, ship carpenter, 181 Bank 
Foxwell Thomas, mariner, 21 Jackson 
Foy Frederick, teacher, 904 w Baltimore 
Foy George W. junk store, 242 e Madison 
FOY JAiVlES, gunsmith and hardware mer- 
chant, 64 s Calvert, dw 61 Hill 
Foy James H., jr., clerk, 76 Hill 
Foy John H. shoemaker, 81 n Dallas 
Foy Mary, 57 s Chapel 
Fracker Henry, tailor, 34 Fountain 
Frae Joseph, laborer, Henry s of Hughes 
Fraemiller Adolph, 39 Lancaster 
Frailey Elzina M 215 n Howard 
Fraley George, cabinet maker, 339 s Wolfe 
Fraley John, fisherman, 87 s Regester 
Fraley Wands, 78 n Caroline 
Frame David, millwright, 171 Barre 
Frame Geo. clerk, 171 Barre 
Frame Joseph, £lerk, 171 Barre 
Frames Edw. carpenter, 284 Greenmount av 
Frames Geo. A. (J. P. Frames & Bro.) 

Laura ville, Baltimore county 
FRAMES J. P. & BRO. (J. P. Frames, G. 
A. Frames,) apothecaries and druggists, 328 
n Gay 
Frames Mrs. 130 s Washington, F. P. 
France Charles, shoemaker, 322 Aisquith 
France John, laborer, 34 Abey al 
France Mrs. John, 200 w Biddle 
France Rev. Joseph 253 Harford av 
France Jacob, dry goods, 178 Eastern av 
France Lewis, painter, 188 William 
France Peter, tailor, 239 e Eager 
France Thos. agent Mount Olivet Cemetery, 

382 w Fayette 
France Thos. A. chair maker, 18 Townsend 
Francis Mrs. Elizabeth, 256 e Biddle 
Francis Fleetwood, 92 Gough 
Francis James, bookkeeper, 374 Franklin 
Francis James, cooper, 78 Greenmount av 
Francis Jesse M. machinist, 67 Holland 
Francis John, paper carrier, 57 s Eden 
Francis John, jr. baker, lU s Bond 
Francis Robt. brickmaker, 226 Aisquith 
Francis Robt. butcher, 461 e Baltimore 
Francis Thomas, jr. laborer, 87 e Lombard 
Francis Thomas, jr. baker, 120 s Ann 
Francis Thomas H. clerk, cor Aisquith and 

Mullikin 
Francis Thos. W. baker, s e cor Jefferson 

and Castle 
Francis Wm. T. frame maker, 249 Mulberry 



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Franciscowisch Ludwig, 94 s Sharp 

Franciscus Peter, tavern, 51 s Frederick 

Franck Benjamin, 208 n Eutaw 

Franck Charles, goldsmith, 119 n Front 

Franck George, 283 w Fayette 

Franck George C. piano maker, 28 Hamburg 

Franck Geo. C. (Geo. C. Frank & Son,) 97 

w Biddle 
Franck Geo. C. jr. 97 w Biddle 
Franck Geo. C. & Son, tobacconists, 97 w 

Biddle 
Franck M. V. H. (Geo. C. Fcanck &f Son,) 

86 w Biddle 
Franck Wm. G. (Franck & Bro.) 97 w Biddle 
Frank Albert, tailor, Washington, between 

Baltimore and Lombard 
Frank Aaron, wholesale clothier, over 269 w 

Baltimore 
Frank Alexander, clerk, 96 e Baltimore 
Frank Ashur, 101 e Lombard 
Frank & Bro. (W. G. Frank,) wholesale 

dealers in cigars, over 3 Commerce 
Frank Charles, ice wagoner, 32 President 
Frank Charles T. shoemaker, 61 Warren 
Frank Christian, wheelwright, 266 Canton av 
Frank Christian, piano maker, 431 Fjcxington 
Frank David, clerk, 96 e Baltimore 
Frank David, dry goods, 195 n Gay 
Frank Ernest, lager beer, n e cor Townsend 

and Gdmor 
Frank Ernestine, 18 Orleans 
Frank Eugene, printer, 72 Harrison 
Frank Francis, sailor, 161 Franklin 
Frank Frederick, tinner, 194 s Sharp 
Frank George, 241 w Fayette 
Frank George, potter, 265 Canton av 
Frank George, cigar maker, 55 Union 
Frank George, tailor, 74 s Bethel 
Frank George, shoemaker, 80 n Schroeder 
Frank Gotleib, cigar maker, 380 s Charles 
Frank H. & Co. (H. Frank, C. Adler, S. 

Frank) boots and shoes, 7 and 9 n Howard 
Frank Henry, (H . Frank & Co ) 193 n Gay 
Frank Henry, pedJler, 159 n Eden 
Frank Henry, baker, 259 e Lombard 
Frank Henry C. driver, 30 s Regester 
Frank Henry, drayman, 20 Harmony la 
Frank Henry, shoemakir, 30 Scott 
Frank Henry, grocer, 162 Pearl 
Frank Henry L. clerk, 124 e Baltimore 
FRANK JACOB H. butter dealer, 438 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Frank Jacob, shoemaker, 227 Hollins 
Frank Jacob, second-hand' dealer, 59 s Bond 
Frank John, mariner, 329 Eastern av 
Frank John, shoemaker, 68 s Central av 
Frank John, laborer, over 6 Trinity 
Frank John, laborer, 68 s Central av 
Frank John P. cooper, 47 n Dallas 
Frank John, shoemaker, 80 n Schroeder 
Frank John A. second-hand clothier, 24 Bid- 
dle al 
Frank John, cigar maker, 380 s Charles 
Frank John G. piano maker, 28 Hamburg 
Frank John H. barber, 90 Eastern av 
Prank John G. baker, 1G3 William 
^Frank John, variety store, 352 Light 
Frank Capt. John T. 41 s Ann 
Frank Joseph, laborer, 269 Hughes 
Frank Kaufman, clothier, 243 s Broadway 
Frank Leon, 124 e Baltimore 
Frank Leon, dealer in ready-made clothing, 
287 w Baltimore, dw 124 e Baltimore 



Frank Leopold, laborer, foot of Hughes 
Frank Lewis, grocer, 67 n Eden 
Frank Mrs. iVIargaret, 298 s Charles 
Frank Mary, variety store, 380 s Charles 
Frank Margaret, restaurant, 45 Brown 
Frank Michael, porter, 11 Perry 
Frank Capt. Milton B. 32 s Aim 
Frank Moses, salesman, 193 n Gay 
Frank Nathan, brass and iron, 105 Orleans 
Frank Nisan, clothier, 165 Saratoga 
Frank N. tailor. 110 w Pratt, dw l23 e Lom- 
bard 
Frank Philip, laborer, 212 Vme 
Frank Samuel, butcher, 42 Fell's Point mar- 
ket, dw 28 s Broadway 
Frank Samuel, bookkeeper, 94 e Baltimore 
Frank Dr. Samuel L. 124 e Baltimore 
Frank Simon, (S. Frank & Co.) 96 e Balti- 
more 
Frank Simon & Co (S. Frank, E. Nausn- 
berg, A. Adler) importers and jobbers of 
dry goods, s e cor German and Hanover 
Frank Solomon, (H. Frank & Co.) 193 n Gay 
Frank Wm. W. clerk, 32 Albemarle 
FRANK WILHELM, grocer, 106 Gough 
Franke Carl, jeweler, 119 Front 
Franke Conrad, 327 w Baltimore 
Franke Frederick Wm. groceries and liquors, 

186 e Lombard 
Franke George, clerk, 327 w Baltimore 
Franke Gerald, clerk, 171 w Fayette 
Franke John C. cab. maker, 120 n Central av 
Frankel & Brother, (L. Frankel, P. Frankel) 
merchant tailors, n e cor Centre Market 
space and Pratt 
Frankel L (Frankel & Bro.) 68 e Lombard 
Frankel Philip, (Frankel & Bro.) 68 e Lom- 
bard 
Frankenburg Geo., butcher. Chapel bet Balti- 
more and Lombard 
Frankenfield Reuben, soldier, 13 Spring ct 
Frankfurlhea Benjamin, baker, 110 e Lom- 
bard 
Frankland Elizabeth, 151 Franklin 
Franklin Bernhardt, bookk'per, 122 e Fayette 
Franklin B. bookkeeper, 71 n Eden 
Franklin B. carpenter, (J. Franklin & Son,) 

24 s Paca 
FRANKLIN BANK, 15 South 
Franklin Geo. paper box mdker, 21 Harrison 
Franklin Geo. R. blacksmith, 369 Franklin 
FRANKLIN HENRY J. drinking saloon, a 

Light, dw 14 11 Schroeder 
Franklin House, n w cor Howard and Frank- 
lin 
Franklin Isaac, clothier, 61 s Eutaw, dw 99 

Conway 
Franklin Isaac, clothier, 95 and 99 Conway 
FRANKLIN INN, (Wm. A. Slade, pro- 
prietor,) 50 Hillcn 
Franklin John, (J. Franklin & Son,) 24 s 

Paca 
Franklin John, engineer U. S. N. 24 s Paca 
Franklin J. & Son, (John Franklin, Benjamin 

Franklin,) carpenters, 1 n Sharp 
Franklin Joseph, cigar maker, 472 w Pratt 
Franklin Margaret, milliner, 73 Lexington 
Franklin Rebecca, 215 s Ann J 

Franklin Sam. D. bricklayer, 273 e Lombard % 
Franklin Wm. gilder, 24 s Paca 
Franklin Wm. bricklayer, 215 s Ann 
Frankenstein, Samuel, butcher, 933 w Pratt 
Franton Wm. carter, 245 Peirce 



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Franton Thomas, farmer, 245 Pierce 
Frantz Charles, tailor, 35 Hampstead 
Frantz John, tailor, 70 Somerset 
Frantz Koon, tailor, 207 n Bond 
Frantz Michael, cooper, 197 Gnugh 
Frantz Thomas R. milkman, 150 Cathedral 
Frantz Peter, second hand dealer, 206 s Bond 
Franz Andrew, tailor, 206 Stirling 
Franz Ferdinand, baker, 35 s Register 
Franz J. tavern, 36 Fell 
Franz John J. tailor, 11 L. Paca 
Franz John M. weaver, 280 Canton av 
Franz Valentine, soldier, 142 s Regester 
Franzke Paul, piano maker, 136 Henrietta 
Frandemyear John, sugar refiner, 276 Alice- 
anna 
Franernholz John, laborer, 250 e Chase 
Fraseman John, grocery, 129 Hill 
Eraser Walter, 58 Fawn 
Frass Frederick, shoemaker, Clinton near 

Elliott 
Frater Richard, clerk, Adams' Express, 42 s 

Sharp 
Fray Wm. machinist, 177 s Chester 
Frazer David, engineer, 211 Barre 
Frazer "Wm. R. clerk, 76 Columbia 
Frazier Charles H. police, 70 Bank 
Frazier Charles W. car driver, 330 Eastern av 
FRAZIER EDWARD H. iron and brass 

works, 132 Thames, dw 332 e Pratt 
Frazier Edward E. 25 s Caraline 
Frazier, Elihu, police, 43 Pine 
Frazier Adeline, confectionery, 301 Franklin 
Frazier Frederick, stevedore, 42 Philpot 
Frazier Capt. James, 346 e Baltimore 
Frazier James, jr., 346 e Baltimore 
Frazier James H. carter, 201 Ramsey 
Frazier John A. herder, 702 w Pratt' 
Frazier John, rope maker, 113 s Dallas 
Frazier John, jr., 145 s Sharp 
Frazier Capt. John L. mariner, 89 n Eden 
FRAZIER JOHN M. attorney, office 28 St. 

Paul, (Iw 16 s Strieker 
Frazier Joseph B. turner, n w cor Bond and 

Aliceanna, dw 108 n Bond 
Frazier Julia Ann, tailoress, 27 Brune 
Frazier Lieut. Kreps, 7th N. Y. artillery, 

Po.st Adjutant, Fort JMcHenry 
Frazier Mary, shoe binder, 26 Stiles 
Frazier Mrs. Minerva A. 63 York 
Frazier Rebecca, teacher, 114 Hanover 
Frazier Richard, painter, 301 Franklin 
Frazier Sarah, 10 Calhoun 
Frazier Wm. H. salesman, 92 e Madison 
Fready Frederick, carpenter, 493 Light 
Freaner John E. salesman, l.'jO w Fayette 
Freburger Columbus M. soldier, 7 Sterrett 
Freburger Henry, 22 Hill 
Freburger Jacob H. fish huck'r, 203 Conway 
Freburger James M. bricklayer, 7 Sterrett 
Freburger Mary E. teacher, 431 w Lombard 
Freeh Frederick, shoemaker, 109 Raborg 
Freck Frederick, baker, 167 e Fayette 
Freckman John, blacksmith, 68 Greenmount 

avenue 
Freckman Joseph, Eutaw hall, 68 s Eutaw 
Frede Anton, shoenlaker, 58 Mulberry 
Fredenburg Mary, seamstress, 510 Penna av 
Fredenwal Joseph, clothing, 16 Lloyd 
Fredenheim Peter, 69 n Eden 
Frederick Annie, teacher, 153 Mulberry 
Frederick Charles, tinner, 26 Preston 
Frederick Christian, carpenter, 4 w Falls av 



Frederick Christopher, tailor, 145 n Central av 
Frederick Christopher, butcher, 26 Preston 
Frederick Cook, 244 Montgomery 
Frederick David, tinner, 26 Preston 
Frederick Mrs. Elizabeth, 435 Lexington 
Frederick Ernest, barber, 116 s Ann 
Frederick Frederick, tailor, 10 w Lombard 
Frederick George, architect, 41 n Charles, dw 

74 s High 
Frederick Henry, baker, 8 s Ann 
Frederick Kenry, cigars, 17 Conway 
Frederick Henry, clerk, 69 Walsh 
Frederick Jacob, ice dealer, 206 Madison av. 

dw Baltimore Co. 
Frederick John, blacksmith, cor Canton av 

and Choptank, dw 404 Canton 
Frederick John, 381 w Pratt 
Frederick Lawrence, cedar cooper, 110 Frank- 
lin, dw 69 Walsh 
Frederick Lainhart, woodenware, 280 n Gay 
Frederick Lebrecht, shoemaker, 11 Hill 
Frederick Lloyd, carpenter, 195 Fremont 
Frederick Mary, dressmaker, 435 Lexington 
Frederick Mrs. Mary, 381 w Pratt 
Frederick Mrs. Margaret, 57 Preston 
Frederick Michael, laborer, 648 Light 
Frederick Michael, cabinet maker, 206 s Ann 
Frederick Peter, cabinet mak. 14 Harford av 
Frederick Mrs. Sarah, 254 e Biddle 
Frederick Thomas, machinist, 96 s Carey 
Frederick Wm. clerk, 100 Barre 
Fredericks Wm. machinist, 26 Preston 
Frederick Wm. shoemaker, 15 Jefferson e of 

Broadway 
Frederick Wm. bookkeeper, 100 Barre 
Frederick Wm. C cooper, 33 Mosher 
Fredericks Harman, soldier, 60 Carlton 
Fredline John, upholsterer, 1 Saratoga 
Free John, cooper, cor Eutaw and Montgom- 
ery, dw 241 Conway 
Free Mrs. Mary, 241 Conway 
Free Milton A. G. plumber, 39 e Pratt 
Free Wm. shoemaker, 195 Preston 
Freeburger Alex, caulker, 112 Hughes 
Freeburger Andrew J. machinist, 294 s Sharp 
Freeburger Andrew, tanner, 30 Anthony 
Freeburger Benj. machinist, 431 w Lombard 
Freeburger Henry G. 22 Hill 
Freeburger Jacob H, huckster, 203 Conway 
Freeburger John, tinner, 431 w Lombard 
Freeburger Lewis, second-hand clothier, 88 

Penna. av 
Freeburger Peter, bricklayer, 59 Clifton al 
Freeburger Wm. R. millwright, 249 Light 
Freeburger Wm. J. tinner, 15 Ringgold^l 
Freeburger Wolf, horse dealer, 32 s Paca 
Freeland Albert, clerk, 2 McCulloh 
FREELAiND, HALL lv CO. (T. H. Free- 
land, J. Hall, J. Cox,) grocers and com- 
mission merchants, 45 South 
Freeland Robert, (Thos. I. Hall & Co.) 146 

St. Paul 
Freeland Thomas H. (Freeland, Hall & Co.) 

2 McCulloh 
Freeman Caroline, seamstress. 111 s Bond 
Freeman Charles C. rigger, 29 Eastern av 
Freeman Edward D. bookkeeper, 628 w Fay-. 

etle 
Freeman Eliza, 552 w Fayette 
Freeman Ira, clerk Custom House, dw Balti- 
more County 
Freeman James, furniture dealer, 507 w Bal- 
timore 



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Freeman James, laborer, 7 Watson ct 
Freeman Jolin T. shoemaker, 124 Boyd 
Freeman Levin, carpenter, 248 e Monument 
Freeman L. Edgar, clerk, 450 w Baltimore 
Freeman Samuel B. tobacconist, 188 Madi- 
son av 
Freeman Simon, clothier, 346 w Pratt 
Freeman Wm. A. sailmaker. Ills Bond 
Freeman Wm. T. block and pump maker, cor 

Caroline and Thames, dw 70 s Eden 
Freese Julia, 8 Barnes 

Freetli Ambrose, green grocery, 344 Canton av- 
Freidenreich Abraham, (Springer & Freiden- 

reich,) 247 w Fayette 
Freidenreich Faust, 139 Saratoga 
Freind Conrad, laborer, 360 Canton av 
Freirel George, laborer, 24 Mount 
Friedman Moses, 145 s Bond 
FriederMrs. Elizabeth, 186 n Charles 
Friedlander Leo, clerk, 349 vi^ Lombard 
Frier Peter, grocer, & Carlton 
Freischline Andre, laborer, 18 Tyson al 
Freman John, piano maker, 147 Peirce 
Freise Dr. Bernard, 108 e Pratt 
Freise Mrs. Mary, tailoress, 510 w Pratt 
Freisheim Charles, watchmaker, 153 w Mad- 
ison 
Freitis Antone, fireman, 2 Pleasant al 
Freitch Joseph, barber, 28 s Bond 
French Andrew J. police, 108 n Eden 
French Charles, tailor, 63 n Exeter 
French Charles D. carpenter, 590 w Lombard 
French Cornelius, huckster, 166 L. Greene 
French Dominic, bailiff U. S. District Court, 

70 Chew 
French Capt, Darius, 18 Jackson 
French E. carter, 18 Chew 
Fren(-h Elizabeth, 102 s Dallas 
Frencli George W. plasterer, 517 n Gay 
French John, laborer, 2 Willow 
French John, (Townshend, French & Co.) 

Prince George's county 
French Joseph, laborer, 13 s Regester 
French Joseph J. brass finis'r, 248 e Madison 
French Mrs. Nancy, 41 Valley 
French Richard, private watchman, Mt Roy- 
al Hill, near Reservoir 
French Samuel VV. boiler mak. 6 e Baltimore 
French Wm. inspector general, 5 Franklin 
French Wm. clerk. Chase near Bond 
Frenchbaugh F. W. F. 77 e Fayette 
Frenie Charles, baker, 381 Penna av 
Frenie George, brewer, 146 Penna av 
Frese Atha, 222 s Paca 
Frese Christian, shoemaker, 57 Albemarle 
Frese John, cigar maker, 222 s Paca 
Frese John F. tobacconist, 53 Aisquith 
Frese J. Henry, shoemaker, 32 e Fayette 
Fresch Michael, porter, 341 s Howard 
Freshin Adam, 102 n Gay 
Fresh J. fireman, 202 Mulberry 
Fresman Joseph, grocer, 129 Hill 
Fretwell George M. grocery, 417 w Pratt 
Freund Henry J. shoemaker, 30 Scott 
Fretzler Christian, shoemaker, 196 Hollins 
Frew John, hostler, 156 s Dover 
Frey C. S. & E. B., plaster mill, 16 Harford 

avenue 
Frey Charles, teacher, 20 n Liberty 
Frey Charles, baker, 303 n Eutaw 
Frey Charles G. baker, 20 Preston 
Frey C. S. (C. S. Frey, E. B. Frey,) 11 
Greenmount av 



Frey E. B. (C. S., & E. B. Frey,) 11 Green- 
mount av 
FREY E. & S. (Samuel W Frey, James H. 

Frey,) wholesale druggists, 314 w Balto. 
Frey George, hair dresser, 79 Mulberry 
Frey Gotleib, milk, 221 s Eutaw 
Frey J. & J. CJohn J. Frey, J. L. Frey,) 
manufacturers of husk matresses, 7 Green- 
mount av and 11 n Gay 
FREY JACOB, manufacturer of and dealer 
in stoves, sheet iron, tinware, &c., n e cor 
Hamburg and Sharp 
Frey James H. (E. & S. Frey,) 75 n Paca 
Frey Jas. L. ( J. &• J. Frey,) 132 e Madison 
Frey Jacob, engineer, 36 s Schroeder 
Frey Jno. J. (J . & J. Frey,) 182 e Monument 
Frey John, porter, 45 Barnes 
Frey John W. trimmings, 741 w Baltimore 
Frey John W. bookkeeper, Baltimore 2 doors 

w of Oregon 
Frey J. clerk, 214 Light 
Frey Joseph, laborer, 9 Port 
Frey Lewis, butcher, Penna. av near toll gate 
Frey Margaret, 75 n Paca 
Frey Peter, cabinet maker, 91 Eastern av 
Frey Samuel W. (E. & S. Frey,) 75 n Paca 
Freybe Ferdinand, butcher, 68 Hanover Mar- 
ket, dw Penna av near tollgate 
Freyman Conrad, piano maker, 137 Peirce 
Frick Adam, tailor, 30 n Bond 
Frick A. printer. Mansion House, n w cor 

St. Paul and Fayette 
FRICK & BALL, (F. Frick, P. A. Ball,) 
commission merchants, tobacco, &c., 54 s 
Gay 
Frick Mrs. Charles, 103 Park 
FRICK E. A. flour and produce commission 

merchant, 165 North 
Frick E. A. (E. A. Frick & Co.) 143 Park 
Frick Frank, (Frick & Ball,) 111 w Monu- 
ment 
Fnck Geo. P. dry goods, 5 German, dw n w 

cor Grundy and Mosher 
Frick John J. clerk, 143 Park 
Frick Wm. F. attorney, over 82 w Fayette, 

dw 61 Franklin 
Frick Mrs. William, 179 n Charles 
Frick Wm. grocery, 237 n Bond 
Fricker John, carver and gilder, 74 Harford av 
Frieband Geo. harness maker, 164 Raborg 
Frieband Mary, grocery, 164 Raborg 
Fried Henry, clothier, 88 Harrison 
Fried Henry, soldier, 202 Montgomery 
Fried Lewis, shoemaker, 6 and 30 Centre 

Market space, dw 6 
Friedburger Alfred, bookkeeper, 23 s Sharp 
Friedel George, laborer, 82 s Bethel 
Friedel Geo. tobacconist, 187 s Sharp 
Friedeman Abraham, shoemaker, 60 Market 

space, dw 23 e Pratt 
Friedel John C. shoemaker, 73 n Gay 
Friedel Peter, tobacconist, 84 Pearl 
Friedenwald Dr. Aaron, 126 e Baltimore 
Friedenwald Jonas, 111 e Baltimore 
Friedenwald Joseph, (Wiesenfield & Co.) 16 

Lloyd 
Friederich John, clerk, 60 Mulberry 
Friederich Michael A. locksmith, 6.) Park 
Friedertshauser Adam, beer saloon, 80 n Eden 
Friedhoff"er Dr. John G. 79 n Central av 
Friedlaender Levi, salesman, 349 w Lombard 
Friedman Louis, (Friedman & Lorsch,) 26 s 
Paca 



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FRIEDMAN & LORSCH, (L. Friedman,) 

watch material, over 212 w Baltimore 
Friedman Samuel, jeweler, 23 s Sharp 
Friedman Samuel, shoes, 3 and 5 w Second 
Friedmann Menka, clothier, 241 w Pratt 
Fried rich Christian, carpet weaver, 80 Orleans 
Friedrich John, watchmaker, 183 e Baltimore 
Friedrich Peter, stoves, 275Aliceanna 
Frieholdz Frederick, sailor, 193 s Ann 
FRIEND ALFRED, oyster and fruit packer, 
91 and 93 Mcf-lderry's wharf, dw 42 Mul- 
berry. — (See p. 10 Advertisements.) 
Friend Alfred, salesman, 42 Mulberry 
Friend Frederick, cie;ar maker, 43 Albemarle 
Friend Mathias, la'oorer, 100 Patuxent 
Friend Richard A. clerk, 42 Mulberry 
Frenhaler George, laborrr, 14 Fountain 
P^'rier Chas. tailor, 1,5 Orbit al 
FRIES FRANCIS L. tailor, 1 St. Paul, dw 

22 n Paca 
Friese Augustus, surgical instrument maker, 

34 Marion 
Friese Charles, currier, 213 Canton av 
Friese Geo. D. 20 s Eutaw 
Friese Jacob, soldier, 42 Douglass 
FRIESE JOHN, cutlery, surgical and dental 
instrument maker, 142 w Fayette, dw 34 
Marion 
Friese John, cigar maker, 222 s Paca 
Friese J. A. tavern, 94 Thames 
Freitz Chas. provision dealer, 193 Gough 
Friese Philip C. attorney, 14jo Mansion 

House, Fayette, dw 294 n Howard 
Frillbrook Frederick, mariner, 288 Aliceanna 
Kringer George, carpenter, .'S74Penna. av 
Friiiger, Martha, teacher, 574 Penna. av 
Fringer Nicholas, butcher, 574 Penna av 
Frisbie Catharine, 122 Gough 
Frisbie E. G. sutler, 74 Bolton 
Frisbie T. B. sutler, 244 Penna. av 
Frisbie Wm. mariner, 172 Broadway 
Frisby Andrew, wagoner, 461 n Gay 
Frisby Wm. G. (Samuel Bevan & Co ) near 

Govanstown, Baltimore co. 
Frisch Mrs. Caroline L. 202 Mulberry 
Frisch John W. wagoner, 44 Greenmount av 
Frischman George, carpenter, 88 s Castle 
Friske Chas. clerk, 160 Dover 
Frisus Adolph, clerk, 105 Hanover 
FRIST E. P. & CO. (E. P.& W. Frist,) pro- 
vision store, s e cor High and Fawn 
Frist John , coach maker, Marion near Eutaw, 

dw 8 s Pine 
Fritag Louis, cigar maker, 656 Light 
Fritch A. laborer, s e cor Ann and Aliceanna 
Fritchner Chas. H. tailor, 273 s Charles 
Frith D. J. clerk, 83 Franklin 
Fritzchner Geo. F. tailor, 1 West al 
Fritz Andrew, laborer, 149 Johnson 
Fritz Catharine, 99 Penna. av 
Fritz Conrad, glass blower, 272 s Bond 
Fritz Henry, lager beer saloon, Belair va near 

Baltimore Cemetery 
Fritz John, cabinet maker, 42 Lancaster 
Fiitz John, laborer, 8 Shakspeare 
Fritz John, glass blower, Stockholm, betw. 

Eutaw and Russell 
Fritz John, milkman, cor Castle and Madison 
Fritz Lorens, cab. maker, 290 s Sharp 
Fritz Philip, laborer, 120 Boyd 
Fritz Valentine, cooper, 163 Columbia 
Fritze Michael, blacksmith, Harford av near 
Gorsuch av, dw Washington, Homestead 



Fritzegeis Geo. cabinetmaker, 137 s Spring 
Fritzgerald Richard, restaurant, 788 w Balti- 
more 
Fritzh Bernard, provisions, 169 s Bond 
Fritziges Frederick, laboier, 62 s Regester 
Frizzell Mr.s. Agnes, 118 Hoffman 
Frizzell Elizabeth A. dressmaker, 551 w Bal- 
timore 
Frizzell Nimrod, Mount near Cathedral 
Frizzell Nimrod, milk, 543 Saratoga 
Frizzell Philip, wagoner, 116 n Fremont 
Frizzell Robert, sailor, 118 n Hoffman 
Frizzell Rebecca, boarding, 554 w Baltimore 
Frizzell Richard T. tobacconist, 180 George 
Frizzell Robert, sailor, 118 w Hoffman 
Frobisch G. weaver, 155 Stirling 
Frock Benj. cigar maker, 36 Burke 
Frochlich Frederick, tailor, 4 s Front 
Froelich Francis, laborer, 193 s Washington, 

F. P. 
Froehlich Geo. cab. maker, 339 Canton av 
Frohlinger & Nicholas, china, glass and 

queensware, 197 s Broadway 
Frohwitter Chas. piano maker, 204 Hanover 
Fromm Augusta, grocery, 867 w Pratt 
Fromm John, driver, 59 Portland 
Fromme Fred. W. lithographer, 96 e Lombard 
Frosh Jacob, laborer, 26 n Durham 
Frome Christian, shoemaker, 44 Chatsworth 
Front Street Theatre, cor Front and Low 
Frost Henry, Union Hat Co., n w cor Gay 

and High 
Frost Thomas S. peddler, 3 Chase 
Frost Wm. 112 w Fayette 
Frowley John, laborer, 119 Chesapeake 
Fruchlein George, scourer, 102 n Gay 
Frund Mrs. Mary, 53 s High 
Frush Geo. W. D. soldier, Brown al nr Low 
Frush Jacob, laborer, 46 s Caroline 
Frush Julia A. confec'ry, Brown al near Low 
Frush Leonard, huckster, 108 s Chester 
Frush Luther M. flour and feed, 576 Penna. 

av, dw 292 Madison av 
FRUSH & SNYDER, (Wm. W. Frush, 

Henry Snyder, jr.) flour and feed dealers, 

95 Franklin 
Frush Wm. W. (Frusli & Snyder,) 348 n 

Eutaw 
Frush William, 292 Madison av 
Fry George, engineer, 106 Cathedral 
Fry James, upholsterer, 132 E. Madison 
FRY JOHN C. bookseller, 87 w Fayette, 

dw Washington. D. C. 
Fry Capt. John H mariner, 136 s Broadway 
Fry Mrs. Rebecca, 64 s Bond 
Fry William, undertaker, 64 n Broadway 
Fryday William, soldier, 199 s Chapel 
Fryer Andrew, shoemaker, 146 Mullikin 
Fryer Conrad, laboier, 199 Vine 
Fryer James, looking glass and picture frame 

manufacturer, 206 w Baltimore, dw 171 

Garden 
Fryer Patrick, shoemaker, 140 Mullikin 
Fryer Thomas, grocer, n w cor Fayette and 

Exeter 
Fuchler Ludwig, soldier, 183 Eastern av 
Fuchs Aloes, tailor, 270 e Eager 
Fuchs Henry, baker, 205 Dover 
Fuchs Henry, shoemaker, 584 w Baltimore 
Fuchs Jacob, laborer, 73 Albemarle 
Fuchs John, tailor, 45 e Fayette 
Fuchs Lewis, laborer, 166 Raborg 
Fuchs Peter, shoemaker, Henry n of Hughes 



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Fuchsberger John, clerk, 45 Stiles 

Fuchsluger Jacob, tailor, 73 s Durham 

Fuelling John, restaurant, 54 s Howard 

Fugitt, Mary E. dressmaker, 108 Jefferson 

Fuhr Adam, laborer, 211 Frederick av 

Fuhr Michael, tailor, 127 w Lombard 

Fuhihap John, shoemaker, 169 s Caroline 

Fugman John, turner, 310 Mulberry 

Fuld A. 163 n Gay 

Fuld Abraham, rag dealer, 8 Orleans 

Fuld Epliraim, peddler, 218 Canton av 

Fuld Isaac, tobacconist, 34 Elisor 

Fuld John, shoemaker, 104 w Pratt, dw 62 

Centre Market space 
Fuld Lazarus, junk shop, 44 Jefferson 
Fuld Philip, junk dealer, 58 Mullikin 
Fuld Solomon, photographer, 163 n Exeter 
Fulda Bernard S. dry goods, 64 s Ann 
Fulda Franklin, shoemaker, 192 Conway 
Fulener Michael, laborer, 265 Aliceanna 
Fulhalm Thomas, laborer, 42 s Caroline 
Fullencamp John H. grocery, 573 w Lombard 
Fuller Andrew, tailor, 57 Centre Market space 
Fuller Benjamin G. plumber, 94 n Howard 
Fuller Can-ie H. teacher, 362 e Baltimore 
Fuller George F. upholsterer, 5 n Charles 
Fuller George F. paper hanger, 21 s Fremont 
Fuller H. G. 106 w Baltimore 
Fuller James, head miller Monument Mills, 

North near Madison, dw 73 Grundy 
Fuller James, laborer. 111 Holliiis 
Fuller James C. 119 n Eutaw 
Fuller John B. plumber, 27i e Lombard 
Fuller John M. clerk, 10 w Pratt 
Fuller John M. clerk, 43 s Caroline 
Fuller Joseph, salesman, 206 German 
Fuller Joshua C. magistrate, 121 n Exeter 
Fuller Joshua K. laborer, 17 Grundy 
Fuller Capt. Josiah R. 362 e Baltimore 
Fuller Margaret, upholsteress, 233 n Howard 
Fuller Louis 0. clerk, 90 n Calvert 
Fuller Philip, blacksmith, 41 s Caroline 
Fuller Philip, wheelwright and blacksmith, 10 

and 12 East Falls av, dw 107 s Exeter 
Fuller Rev. Dr. Richard, 97 Park 

PULLER WILLIAM, dealer in 
Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, and 
Metals of all kinds, also Stamped 
Tin Ware, and Tinman's Tools, 
Machines, &c., 27 Light, dw 219 
Saratoga. 

Fuller William, paver, 160 s Eden 
Fullerton George, clerk, 265 n Howard 
vFullerton Susanna, 265 n Howard 
Fullerton Thomas D. clerk, 614 w Fayette 
'Fullerton Wm. J. clerk, 265 n Howard 
Fullum Francis M. laborer, 45 s Schroeder 
Fullum Joseph, clerk, 45 s Schroeder 
Fulmer Thomas, confectioner, 263 e Lombard 
Fulton Albert K. (Fulton Charles & Son,) 21 

n Calhoun 
Fulton Albert K. clerk, n e cor Saratoga and 

Strieker 
Fulton Alexander, telegraph agent, 552 w 

Fayette 
■FULTON CHAS. C. & SON, (C. C. Fulton, 
A. K. Fulton, publishers Baltimore Ameri- 
can and Commercial Advertiser, 128 w Balti- 
more 



Fulton Chas. C. (Fulton Chas. & Son,) 21 n 

Calhoun 
Fulton David C. (Carlin & Fulton,) Godfrey, 

Howard co. 
Fulton Edington, editor Baltimore American, 

37 Fawn 
Fulton Henry, clerk fire dept. 105 Gough 
Fulton Henry, clerk, 105 Gough 
Fulton James, (Brooks, Fulton & Rogers,) 

Baltimore co. 
Fulton James, tobacconist, 102 Druid Hill av, 

dw 163 
FULTON JOHN W. blacksmith, 219 w Bid- 
die, dw 221 
Fulton John B. H 176 Preston 
Fulton L)r. Robert, office 53 s Sharp, dw 47 

German 
Fultz John, laborer, 272 s Bond 
Fultz Nicholas, laborer, 25 Lancaster 
Funck Henry, cab. maker, 153 e Monument 
Funk Augustus, barber, 92 n Calvert 
Funk George, helper, 147 s Regester 
Funk Henry, 227 e Eager 
Funk Jacob, gardener, 89 Johnson 
Funk Jacob, keeper 1st tollgate Reisterstown 

road 
Funk John W. carpenter, 134 Druid Hill av 
Funk Nicholas, laborer, 60 Canton av 
Funk Peter, roller, 128 s Regester 
Funk Michael, cabinet maker, 166 s Caroline 
Funk Rudolph, baker, 445 w Lombard 
Funk Wm boot crimper, 3 New Church 
Funk Wm. carpenter, 405 w Fayette 
Funkhouser Elijah, clerk, H)., s Calvert 
Furgerson Mrs. Sarah, hucksteress, 11 Git- 
tings 
Furlong Rev. Henry, 329 e Baltimore 
Furlong John, of William, bookkeeper, 120 

Bolton 
Furlong John, laborer, 2 Barney 
Furlong John, laborer, 1 Ulrick al 
Furlong Mary A. dry goods, 27 e Baltimore 

FURLONG McKENDREE C, Dry 
Goods, Hosiery, and Gents' Fur- 
nishing Goods, 79 n Howard 

Furlong Richard, laborer, 106 Gn enmountav 
Furlong Mrs. Sarah, 74 McCulloh 
Furlong Mrs, Sarah, 269 w Fayette 
Furlong Thomas, laborer, 95 Cambridge, 

Canton 
Furlong W. G. clerk, 27 e Baltimore 
Furney John S. boiler maker, 136 McHenry 
Furst Joseph, carpenter. Garden near Biddle, 

dw 119 Druid Hill av 
Furstenburg Levi, 153 Chesnut 
Fury James, police, 6] North 
Furze Eveline M. 143 s Broadway 
Fuscz Joseph, laborer, 159 e Lombard 
Fuss Francis J. gardener, 8 St. Mary 
Fuss John, huckster, 302 Mulberry 
Fuss William, finisher, 12 Callender 
Fussel Mrs. Clarissa, 25 Pleasant 
Fusselbaugh Wm. H. B. dealer in oils, paints, 

paper hangings, &c., 168 n Gay 
FUSSELL J. & CO. (J. Fussell, F. A. Ben- 
son,) ice cream and country produce deal- 
ers, Saratoga building, Saratoga, near Cal- 
vert 
Fye Ferdinand, tailor, 282 e Lombard 



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Gabel Benj. J. plasterer, 376 n Gay 
Gabel Caspar, soldier, 55 Leadenhall 
Gabel John, tailor, 34 n Dallas 
Gabele Abraham, provision store, 158 Orleans 
Gable Aristello, stone cutter, 8 Somerset 
Gable Benj. F. plasterer, 238 n Central av 
Gable Jacob, baker, 501 w Pratt 
Gable John A. clerk, 94 w Monument 
Gable John, boiler maker, 101 Peach al 
Gable Mrs. John, 'J4 w Monument 
Gable Mary, confectionery, 501 w Pratt 
Gable William, stone cutter, 8 Somerset 
Gable William, laborer, 396 West 
Gabrio Adolphus, 132 Saratoga 
Gabrio Frederick, brickla'r, 226 Frederick av 
Gabrio Frederick, 132 Saratoga 
Gabrio Harman, 132 Saratoga 
Gabrio Henry, tavern, 132 Saratoga 
Gabrio William, 132 Saratoga, 
Gadd Luther C. sr. shoemaker, 31 Henrietta 
Gadd Luther C. jr. engineer, 31 Henrietta 
Gaddess Alexander, 13 s Liberty 
Gaddess Brothers, (T. S. Gaddess, C. W. 
Gaddess, V. Gaddess,) proprietors steam 
marble works, s w cor Sharp and German, 
and 25 German 
Gaddess Charles W. (Gaddess Brothers,) 13s 

Liberty 
Gaddess Thomas S. (Gaddess Brothers,) 204 

Franklin 
Gaddess Virginius, (Gaddess Brothers,) 13 s 

Liberty 
Gaddess William, carpenter, 121 n Howard 
Gade John, lace weaver, 85 e Pratt 
Gado Michael, basket maker, 26 s Eutaw 
Gieble Paul, butcher, 85 Centre and 14 Fell's 
Point market, dw Monument near Castleal 
GAEHLE'S PIANO MANUFACTURING 
COMPANY, formerly Gaehle & Co., n e 
cor Eutaw and Fayette, and 15, 17, 19 n 
Eutaw. — [See p. li Mvei'tisemenls.] 
Gaehle Henry, 113 Pine 
Gaehle Henry P. piano maker, 58 Walsh 
Gaehle Lewis, jr. piano manufacturer, 7 s 

Eutaw, dw 41 s Liberty 
Gaehle Mary D. 346 w l^exington 
Gaesenjar Adam, laborer, 509 Canton av 
Gaff Michael, laborer, Boston w of Clinton 
Gaff William, cariienter, 278 e Pratt 
Gaffigan J. clerk, 245 Hamburg 
Gaffey John, laborer, Jenkins la, rear Green- 
mount Cemetery 
Gaffney Mary, 191 w Biddle 
Gaffney Thomas, tailor, 17 Neighbor 
Gafney James, laborer, 205 Preston 
Gafford Mrs. Lavinia, dressmaker, 706 w Bal- 
timore 
Gagan John H. hostler, 103 Hollins 
Gage Aaron, carpenter, 251 Hollins 
Gage George, mariner, 52 Cross 
Gage Capt. John, mariner, 57 Cross 
Gage W. L. clerk, 101 s Washington, F. P. 
Gaghen Patrick, laborer, 186 s Central av 
Gahagan John, laborer, 26 Morris al 
Gahagan Thos. cellar digger, 146 Cathedral 
Gahar. John, laborer, Chappell near Penna av 
Gahan P. boot and shoe store, 88 w Balti- 
more 
Gahardt Mrs. Barbara, 71 Cross 
Galiart James V. carter, 35 Peach al 
Gahen Patrick, carter, rear 5 Bank 



Gahrais Frederick, beer brewer, 238 s Eutaw 
Gahreihr Christopher, tailor, 113 McElderry 
Gahm George L. blacksmith, 78 Leadenhall 
Gaierty Patrick, milkman, 270 Division 
Oaigley John C. butcher, 64 n Oregon 
Gail Emil, tinner, 210 n Gay 
Gail George, shoemaker, 189 Lexington 
Gail Geo. W. (G. W. Gail & Ax,) 57 Barre 
Gail G.W.& Ax, (G.W.Gail, Christian Ax,) 

tobacco maiiufs. and importers of pipes and 

cigars, 28 Barre. — [See jj. 48 ^/Idvertisements.] 
Gailor Geo. switch tender, 221 s Eutaw 
Gailes Thos. blacksmith, Strieker s of Pratt 
Gain James, laborer, 109 Hollins 
Gaine Elijah, police, 223 Hollins 
Gainer Martin, marble polisher. Front near 

Fayette 
Gaines Henry, shoemaker, 19 s Eutaw 
Gaines James H. car|)entcr, 522 w Lombard 
Gaines John, drayment, 35 w Lombard 
Gaines Margaret, dressmaker, 19 s Eutaw 
Gaithel Wm. jeweler, 114 e Pratt 
Gaiiher Geo. R. merchant, over 20 German, 

dw 38 Cathedral 
Gaither Greenbury, harness and trunk maker, 

175 w Pratt, dw 89 n Calvert 
Gaither Rachel, 104 s Exeter 
Gaither Thomas B. Custom House officer, 

120 e Pratt 
Gaither Thomas B deputy clerk Superior 

Court, dw 120 e Pratt 
Gaither Vachel, shipping clerk tobacco ware- 
house No. 2, 104 s Exeter 
Gaither Wm. M. jeweler, over 33 s Calvert, 

dw 120 e Pratt 
Galbraith John Clifton, bookkeeper, 45 s High 
Galbreth Samuel, watciiman Savings Bank of 

Baltimore, 185 e Fayette 
Gale Brown, boiler mak. 81 Washington,F.H. 
Gale Joseph R. mate, 73 s Ann 
GALE JOSEPH H. jeweler, 72 Aisquith 
Gale Levin, attorney, 34 St. Paul 
Gale Robert W., 175 McCulloh 
Gale Samuel C, 185 Garden 
Gale Miss Susan, 122 Grundy 
Gale Thomas, principal of male free school 

of Baltimore, 39}.^ Courtland 
Gallon Andrew, shoemaker, 3 Hampstead 
Gabon Stansbury, laborer, 219 Boston 
Galagher Eliza T., 216 w Biddle 
GALLAGHER ALEXANDER, boot and 

shoemaker, 95 n Eutaw 
Gallagher Bernard, laborer, 17 Front 
Gallagher Bridget, President al 
Gallagher Catherine, 148 w Madison 
Gallagher Charles, sutler, 254 w Lombard 
Gallagher Charlotte, dressmaker, 20 Orchard 
Gallagher Edward, caulk(;r, 183 s Castle 
Gallagher Frank J., clerk, 259 s Sharp 
GALLAGHER F. H., mercantile college, 

over 207 and 209 w Baltimore, dw 28 n 

Pine. — [Seepage 46 Mvertiseinents.] 
Gallagher Lieut. Col Francis, attorney, 149 

Aisquith 
Gallagher Francis T., carpenter. Orange al nr 

Gay, dw 15 n Exeter 
Gallagher Francis, laborer, 124 Holiday 
Gallagher Francis, laborer, 24 Lemmon 
Gallagher James, coachman, 79 Franklin 
Gallagher James, laborer, 20 Slemmer's al 
Gallagher James, carpenter, 259 s Sharp 
Gallagher James, tavern, Falls road, near toll 
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Gallagher James, laborer, 3 Abraham 
Gallagher John B., clerk, 171 ii Paca 
Gallagher John, soldier. 111 Orleans 
Gallagher John G., blacksmith, 498 Penna. av 
Gallagiier John, carpenter, 142 n Eutaw 
Gallagher Joseph, coachman, 22 Garden 
Gallagher Mrs. Martha, 171 n Paca 
Gallagher Mary, 138 Pearl 
Gallagher Michael, carpenter, 148 w Madi- 
son 
Gallagher Owen, laborer, 9 Rock 
Gallagher Patrick, finisher, 267 s Charles 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, 27 Stockton al 
Gallagher Samuel, laborer, 22 Front 
GALLAGHER THOMAS, ladies and gents 

boot and shoe manufacturer, s w cor Paca 

and Saratoga 
Gallagher Thomas, laborer, 70 Towson 
Gallano John, oysterman, West e of Light 
Gallard Frederick, laborer, 255 Aliceanna 
Gallas Francis, glass blower. 42 Hughes 
Gallaway Augusta, 176 Harford av 
Gallaway Goldsmith, painter, 123 s Eden 
Gallaway George, huckster, 177 Conway 
Gallaway Isabella, 153 Forrest 
Gallaway Jesse E , baggage master B. & O. 

R. R. Co., 49 Scott 
Gallaway James L., clerk, 153 Forrest 
Gallaway James H., fisherman, 178 William 
Gallaway Vincent, blacksmith, 63 Clifl^ord al 
Gallaway Wm. T., machinist, 142 McHenry 
Gallaway Wm., clerk, 176 Harford av 
Gallaway Wm., engineer B. & O. R. R., 138 

McHenry 
Galler Alfred, clerk, 24 Stirling 
Gallissaire John, silver plater, 7 St. Paul, dw 

117 Saratoga 
Gallissaire M., dressmaker, 117 Saratoga 
Galloway Isabf-lla, dying establishment, 123)^ 

Lexington 
Galloway Thomas, carpenter, 7 n Sharp, dw 

42}<2 n Poppleton 
Galm'Wm., tailor, 213 Henrietta 
Gullup John F. , cabinet maker, 280 e Fayette 
Gallup John W., carpenter, 280 e Fayette 
Galster Frederick, soldier, 259 n Bond 
Gait Bridget, 21 Eastern av 
Gait Capt. Henry, 98 s Eden 
Gait Henry, jr. mate, 98 s Eden 
Gait Mrs. Jane, 95 Hillen 
Gait Dr. John M. 146 e Pratt 
Gait Mrs. Mary, boarding, 98 e Baltimore 
Gait Thomson, Church Home, Broadway 
Galvin John, teaciier, 119 s Exeter 
Galvin John C. soldier, 119 s Exeter 
Galvin Joseph, soldier, 119 s Exeter 
Galvin William, drayman, 47 Buren 
Gambel Thos. H. private officer, 154 e Eager 
Gambell Mary, dress maker, 6 Rose 
Gambell Robert P. carfienter, 6 R.ose 
Gamber Dr. John, 109 n High 
Gamble Andrew, attendant Md. Hospital, s 

Broadway 
Ganilile Rev. James, 24 ri Ann 
Gamble James, soldier, 22 Greenmount av 
Gamble Mrs. Jane, grocery, cor Caroline and 

Hamstead 
Gamble Mrs. Mary, tavern, 186 McHenry 
Gambrall Samuel, coach [)ainter, 120 s Paca 
Gambrall Rev. Theodore C. 248 n Caroline 
GAM BRILL C. A. & CO. (C. A. Gambrill, 

R. G. Macgili, P. H. Macgill,) merchant 

millers, 32, 34 and 36 Commerce 



Gambrill Charles A. (C. A. Gambrill & Co.) 

56 Mount Vernon Place 
Gambrill Henry W. (Wm, E. Hooper & Co ) 

250 n Charles 
Gambrill Henry W. 256 w Fayette 
GAMBRILL, HOOPER & CO. (W. B. Gam- 
brill, E. H. Hooper,) ship chandlers, s w 
cor Pratt and South 
Gambrill James H. (Thomas, Walker & Co.) 

86 Spear's wharf 
Gambrill John A. Mansion House, cor St. Paul 

and Favette 
Gambrill 'Mrs. John W. 122 Saratoga 
Gambrill Launcelot, clerk, 56 n Liberty 
Gambrill Thomas, grocery, 162 Pine 
Gambrill Wm. B. (Gambrill, Hooper & Co.) 

s w cor Pratt and South 
Gammie George, carpenter, 101 Mount 
Gammie George, butcher, 36 Belair market, 

dw 200 Harford av 
Gamroad Christian, porter, 25 Peach al 
Gandy Jolin, huckster, 188 L. Constitution 
Gang Joseph, laborer, 337 n Central av 
Ganger Mrs. Mary A. laundress, 211 East- 
ern av ^ 
Ganges Joseph, grocer, n w cor Poppleton 

and Peirce 
Ganlet Michael, 27 Philpot 
Gannon James, laborer, 219 Lemmon 
Gannon Joseph, liquors, &c., 210 Light 
Gannon Margaret, 511 w Pratt 
Gannon Mary, laundress, 102 e Lombard 
Gannon Mary, laundress, rear 110 Dugan's 

wharf 
Gannon Michael, laborer, 511 w Pratt 
Gannon Thomas, etigineer, 14 n Amity 
Gantt Martin V. photographer, 27 n Repub- 
lican 
Gantt Richard, clerk, 19 s Howard 
Gannt Richard B. clerk, 462 w Lexington 
Gans Simon, rag dealer, 131 Camden 
Gans Sam'l, second hand goods, 131 Camden 
Ganser John, cooper, Frederick road near 

city limits 
Gansher John, laborer, 343 Columbia 
Ganss Herman, speculator, 74 n Eden 
Ganss Mrs. Rosy, milliner, 74 n Eden 
Ganster Peter, clothing cutter, 92 s Castle 
Gantley John, bookbinder, n wcorMcElderry 

and Bond 
Gantner August, slate dealer, 306 s Sharp 
Gantt Miss Elizabeth, 380 Franklin 
Ganz John, tailor, 126 Henrietta 
Ganzhorn Barbara, 47 s Wolfe 
Ganzhbrn Michael, shoemaker, 1 Hampstead 
Gapetz Philip, shoemaker, 145 Dolphin 
Gaphadt George C, butcher, 17 n Choptan ' 
Garbade Wm., boot fitter, 22 Kast 
Garbe Conrad, shoemaker, 149 Chesnut 
Garber Uriah, shoemaker, 212 Hollins 
Garde Frederick, wood carver, 155 e Lom- 
bard 
Gardiner Daniel, tailor, 240 s Charles 
Gardiner Isaac, sailmaker, 106 s Eden 
Gardiner John, 7 Gough 

Gardiner Robert, proprietor Melodeon, Balti- 
more nr Front, dw 48 Courtland 
Gardner Alderson, wheelwright, 122 Cross 
Gardner Alfred S., (Gover & Gardner,) 301 

w Lombard 
Gardner Almore, police, 25 Hampstead 
Gardner Andrew J., clerk, 266 Mulberry 
Gardner Antone, tailor, 47 Spring 



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Gardner Augustus M., butcher, 97 Centre 

and 57 Lexington mak'ts, dw 754 Penna. av 

GARDNER & BRO., (Wm. R. Gardner, 

Theodore Gardner,) brokers, 5 North 
Gardner B. F., (Taylor & Gardner,) 191 w 

Fayette 
GARDNER CENSUS, proprietor Beehive 

hotel, s e cor Penna. av and St. Mary's 
Gardner Mrs. C, l"^ Baker ct 
Gardner Charles, shoemaker, 97 Thames 
Gardner Christopher, carpenter, 6 Pearl 
Gardner Clara, tavern, 256 s Caroline 
Gardner Conrad, carter, 615 Light 
Gardner D., tailor, 240 s Charles 
Gardner Eliza, 14 Preston 
Gardner Elias N., flour and groceries, 149 n 

Howard, dw Howard House 
GARDNER FRANCIS, proprietor Gardner's 
Hotel, importer and dealer in Rhine wine, 
8 s High 
Gardner Frederick, laborer, 13 Fountain 
Gardner George W., tinner, 266 Mulberry 
Gardner George, jr., teller 2d National Bank, 

159 s Broadway 
Gardner George, car driver, 9 Bolton 
Gardner Henry, sugar refiner, 16 Fountain 
Gardner Isaiah, clerk, 175 s Charles 
Gardner James, builder, 179 w Lombard, dw 

Baltimore Co. 
Gardner James C. K., bricklayer, Philadel- 
phia road near city limits 
Gardner James F., shoemaker, 58 Lexington 
Gardner James, shoemaker, 83 Ensor 
Gardner James, (W. G. Gardner & Co.,) 

Frederick road, Balto. Co. 
Gardner John G., 175 s Charles 
Gardner John T., painter, rear of 99 w Balti- 
more, dw 222 Chesnut 
Gardner John, ship carpenter, 199 Eastern av 
Gardner John, laborer, 49 St. Mary 
Gardner John, laborer, 197 s Washington, 

F.P. 
Gardner John M. painter, over n w cor Fay- 
ette and Gay, dw 69 North 
Gardner John, shoemaker,, 232 Lexington 
Gardner Joseph, moulder, 139 Hamburg 
Gardner Joseph, cigar maker, 49 St. Mary 
Gardner Josiah, machinist, 139 Druid Hillav 
Gardner Mrs. Henrietta, 621 w Pratt 
Gardner Lovelace N. hardware, 102 Franklin, 

dw 92 n Paca 
Gardner Rev. L. M. 122 n Exeter 
Gardner Mrs. Margaret, 278 e Monument 
Gardner Marinda, 6 Stirling 
Gardner Mary E. (S. S. & M. E. Gardner,) 

301 w Loml)ard 
Gardner Mary, 3 Morris ct 
Gardner P. boiler maker, 236 Light 
Gardner Peter, laborer, 199 Eastern av 
Gardner Richard T. (A. D. Evans & Co.) 161 

Lexington 
Gardner Robert, junk store, n e cor Hillen 

and Chestnut 
GARDNER S. S. & M. E, children's cloth- 
ing, 62 Lexington 
Gardner Theodore, (Gardner & Bro.) 191 w 

Fayette 
Gardner Thomas, grocer, 466 Lexington 
Gardner Vinton M. clerk, 93 n Paca 
Gardner Wm. sergeant police, 4 Fort av 
Gardner Wm. R. (Gardner & Bro.) 191 w 

Fayette 
Gardner Wm. H. P. tinner, 266 Mulberry 



Gardner Wm. tinner, 160 Forrest 
Gardner Wm. carpenter, 123 n Eden 
Gardner Mrs Wm. 159 s Broadway 
Gardner Wm. H. moulder, 139 Hamburg 
Gardner Wm. G. (W. G. Gardner & Co.) 
301 w Lombard 

GARDNER WILLIAM G. & CO., 
(Wm. G. Gardner, J. Gardner,) 
wholesale dealers in Oils, Lamps, 
Kerosene, Lubricating Lard, Ben- 
zole and other Oils, 1 s Liberty. 

Gardner Wm. soldier, 15 Perry 

Gareis Christian, cupper, leecher and barber, 

190 e Monument 
Gareis Charles, barber, 190 e Monument 
Gareis George, shoemaker, 10 e Monument 
GAREY HENRY F. attorney, 85 w Fayette, 

dw 504 w Fayette 
Garey James M. clerk to light house depart- 
ment, 98 e Baltimore 
Garhard Jacob, carter, 134 Hamburg 
Garing George, oyster packer, 172 Mulberry 
Garmendia C.G.de, (B. R. Spalding & Co.) 

103 n Charles 
Garmendia C. G. de, (C. G. de Garmendia 

& Co.) 103 n Charles 
GARMENDIA C. G. De & CO. (C. G. de 
Garmendia, B. Gough,) general shipping 
and commission merchants, 18 Commerce 
Garland Daniel, cedar cooper, 56 n Front 
Garland Capt. James D. 148 s Ann 
Garland Capt. J. S., U. S. A., 618 Lexington 
Garland James, coal oil refiner, 56 n Front 
Garland Joseph, ship joiner, 16 Hamburg 
Garman Joseph W. letter carrier, 246 Hollins 
Garmell Walter, letter carrier, 535 Lexington 
Gamier John H. shoemaker, 187 s Bond 
Garmhaussen Elizabeth, 48 Druid Hill av 
Garmhaussen Frederick C. 'letter carrier, dw 

343 Penna av 
Garmhaussen John, shoemaker, 116 n Eu- 

taw, dw 48 Druid Hill av 
Garner Mrs. Lucy A. 359 n Eutaw 
Garnett G. F. 268 Hollins 
Garrett Bartols M. laborer, 20 Fountain 
Garrett Mrs. Ellen, 44 Diamond 
Garrett August, laborer, 372 Cross 
Garrett Benj. H. carpenter, 15 Townsend 
Garrett, Mrs. Elizabeth, 50 n Paca 
Garrett George, copper smelter, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Garrett Henry S. (R. Garrett & Sons) s w 

cor Monument and Cathedral 
Garrett James, plasterer, 216 s Castle 
Garrett James, laborer, 234 s Castle 
Garrett James P. dry goods, 212 Hanover 
Garrett James C. 354 Mulberry 
Garrett John, bricklayer, 31 Cambridge 
Garrett John groceries and feed, n e cor Bank 

and Chapel 
GARRETT JOHN W. (R. Garrett & Sons) 
president B. & O. R. R., dw 50 Mount Ver- 
non place 
Garrett Levi, laborer, 16 n Durham 
Garrett Margaret, seamstress, 16 Constitution 
Garrett Richard S. clerk, 184 Bank 
Garrett Richard, puddler, 216 s Castle 
GARRETT ROBERT & SONS, merchants, 
34 n Howard 



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Garrett Wm. H. clerk, 50 n Paca 

Garrett WilJiam, commission merchant, 98 s 

Paca 
GARRETT WILLIAM A. tavern, 239 s 

Broadway 
Garrigan Philip, 3 Webster al 
Garrigan Wm. laborer, 360 s Charles 
Garriiig Wm. H. chair maker, 27 n Wolfe 
Garrish Eenj. brickmaker, 21 s Regester 
Garrish Wm. bricklayer, 344 Eastern av 
Garrison Samuel Jefferson, 224 Mulberry 
Garrison Samuel, second-hand store, 18 n 

Poppleton 
Garrison Thomas, soldier, 35 Chatsworth 
Garrison Thomas, ship carpenter, 238 e Pratt 
Garritee Wm. L. property agent, 231 Aisquith 
Garriety Mrs. Burke, confectioner, 270 s 

Charles 
Garrity Bridget, confectioner, 270 s Charles 
Garrily Patrick, hackman, 131 w Madison 
Garrity Roger, blacksmith, 14 Buren 
Garold Henry, saddle-tree maker, 60 Bank 
Garrittson William, machinist, 121 Preston 
Garrott Mrs. Nancy, 98 s Paca 
Garrott William, stock dealer, 98 s Paca 
Garth John, foundryman, 136 L. Greene 
Garthe August, (Garthe & Loewenstein) 306- 

s Sharpe 

GAETHE & LOEWENSTEIN, (A. 
Garthe, L. Loewenstein) Slaters, 
cor Hanover and Cross. 

Garthright Thomas J. harness maker, 59 

Scott 
Gartland Daniel, porter, 8 Garden 
Gartlir.g John, wheelwright, Philadelphia 

road near city limits 
Gartside Charles, machinist, 477 Penna. av 
Gartside Henry, jr., moulder, 621 Pennsyl- 
vania av 
Gartside Henry, sV., machinist, 621 Pennsyl- 
vania av 
Gartside Silas L. machinist, 62] Pennsyl- 
vania av 
Gartside William N. machinist, 621 Penn- 
sylvania av 
Gary J. A. (J. S. Gary & Son) 219 w Lom- 
bard 
Gary James S. (J. S. Gary & Son) Alberton, 

Howard Co 
GARY JAMES S. & SON, (J. S. Gary, J. 
A. Gary) proprietors Alberton Cotton Mills, 
24 German 
GARVEY JAS. hack stables, 156 n Calvert 
Gary J. 9 Frederick 
Garvey James, jr., 154 n Calvert 
Garvey John, laborer, 3 Hillen 
Garvey John, 148 n Front 
Garvey Michael, cabinet mak. 134 s Caroline 
Garvey Patrick, huckster, 115 Front 
Garvey Peter, hackman, 43 Front 
Garwood Clayton, shoemak. 398 w Lombard 
Gasang Christiana, 7 Plowman 
Gaskin Robert, blacksmith, 31 Ryan 
Gaskins Charles H. sailmaker, 179 s Castle 
Gaskins Mrs. Samuel S. .59 n Greene 
GAS LIGHT CO. OF BALTIMORE, office 

19 South, Joseph Brown, Sec'y 
GAS CO. THE PEOPLES, office over Frank- 
lin Bank, 15 South 
Gasparini John, restaurant, 66 President 



GASPARI P. G. cigars and tobacco 31 s 

Calvert 
Gass Adam, milkman, 753 Light 
Gass Henry, carpenter, 162 Peirce 
Gass Peter, laborer, n w cor Biddle and Cathe- 
dral 
Gasser Henry, tailor, 48 s Chapel 
Gassaway Elizabeth, 28 n Front 
Gdssaway Henry, (Gassawav & Hooper,) 

145 Park 
Gassaway Theodore, bookkeeper, 145 Park 
GASSAWAY & HOOPER, (H. Gassaway, 
J. P. Hooper,) manufacturers of the Ash- 
land flour, 87 South 
Gaston Henry, shoemaker, 230 Harford av 
Gatch Conduce, miller, 93 Columbia 
Gatch Charles H. machinist, 93 Columbia 
Gatch George C. clerk, 93 Columbia 
Gatchell Mrs. Hannah Ann, 7 s Exeter 
Gatchell Hugh McElderry, 38 Mulberry 
Gatchell John H. clerk, 175 w Lombard 
Gatchell Mrs. 175 w Lombard 
Gatchell Wm. H. 38 Mulberry 
Gately Mrs. B. A. grocery, 112 s Howard 
Gately John laijorer, 303 Forrest 
Gately Margaret, 3 Watson 
Gately Michael, laborer, 107 York 
Gatewood Wm. shoemaker, 49 Abbott 
Gates Ezra, 87 Camden 
Gates Francis, 123 Pearl 
Gates Lemuel, boiler maker, 290 Canton av 
Gates Thomas D. carpenter, 116 s Bond 
Gates Wm. L. painter, 37 Bevans 
Galhwright Thomas, harness maker, 59 Scott 
Gatto Dominico, barber, 11 s Gay 
Gatz Edward, shoemaker, 40 s Dallas 
Gatz John A. laborer, 3 Halls la 
Gartside James, laborer, 270 Franklin 
Gauaharaii Thomas, chemist, 197 s Chapel 
Gaubatz Christopher, 203 s Washington, F.P 
Gauer Mrs. Christopher F. 35 Hamburg 
Gaughan Anthony, laborer, 253 Cross 
Gaule Michael, teamster, 182 Vine 
Gaule Stephen S. milk, 101 Mulberry 
Gauline Joseph C. sign painter, 60 Holland 
Gauline Mary Ann, 60 Holland 
GAULT ALBERT, plain and ornamental 
gas fixtures, 107 w Fayette, dw 104 e 
Monument 
Gault Cyrus, (Gault& Bro.) 335 w Lombard 
Gault John, shoemaker, 9 Ogston 
GAULT MATTHEW, granite stone cutter, 
and slate, 432 w Pratt, dw 312 w Lom- 
bard 
Gaunt John, bricklayer, 390 n Gay 
Gaunt Samuel, huckster, 33 Jefferson 
Gauseman Henry, grocery, 12 Warner 
Gauss Frederick, laborer, 3 Green's ct 
Gauss Jacob, boiler maker. 3 Green's ct 
GAUSSOIN EUGENE, chemist and metal- 
lurgist, 89 n Broadway 
Gautron John B. currier, 12 Mercer 
Gaverty Michael, laborer, n Fremont near 

Walsh 
Gaverle Mrs. Joanna, cigar maker, 142 Bond 
Gayin John, ijlacksmith, 51 s Dewberry al 
GAVET CAFT. JAMES, 174 Mulberry 
Gavin Matthew, laborer, rear 210 Raborg 
Gawne John, boot maker, 149 Montgomery 
Gawn Joseph W. clerk, 149 Montgomery 
Gawthrop Alfred S. carpenter, 57 Garden 
Gawthrop Benjamin F. shoemak 'r, 25 s Carey 
Gawthrop Geo. D. clerk, 57 Garden 



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Gawthrop Mrs. Sarah, 57 Garden 
Gawthrop Wm. H. boots and shoes, 163 Lex- 
ington, dw 123 Garden 
GaydecUi' Francis, Gay-st furniture ware- 
rooms, 23 and 27 ii Gay 
Geyle Cnpt. Benjamin R. 81 s Ann 
Gayle Mrs. Mary, 77 s Ann 
Gayle Roijert E. carpenter, 83 s Washington, 

F. P 
Gayleard Noah, blacksmith, 652 w Baltimore 
Gaynor John, 287 e Pratt 
Gaynor Patrick, drayman, 4 n Front 
Geagan Micliael, grocer, 297 w Pratt 
Gearhardt Peter, laborer, 23 Peach al 
Geariiart John, laborer, 17 High al 
Gearhart Miles, shoemaker, 20 n Amity 
Gearns Henry, teamster, 114 Vine 
Gearns Lydia, 114 Vine 

Geary Charles, (Geary & Weale) 92 Saratoga 
Geary & Wea!e,(C. A. Geary, T. F. Weale) 

watches and jewelry, 177 w Baltimore 
Geary Wm. carpenter, 29 Walnut al 
Gebauer Frederick, tailor, 26 e Fayette 
Gebauer George, shoemaker, 26 e Fayette 
•Gebeiisleben Frederick, butcher, 297 n Cen- 
tral av 
Gebhard Thomas, tailor, 91 s Chapel 
Gebhardt Jttihn, baker, 9 L. Paca 
Gebhardt Wm. wheelwright, 123 e Madison 
Gebhart Frederick, bootmaker, 7 n High 
Gedde.s Adam, tail<ir, 240 w Fayette 
Geddi's Alexander, (Geddes & Warwick) 62 

HolUday 
Geddes Charles, engineer, 89 Greenmount av 
Geddes Edward McC. soldier, 220 German 
Geddes Geo. W) soldier, 220 German 
Geddes Jas A. bricklayer, 2:20 German 
Geddes Jas. W. roofer, and sheet iron work- 
er, 67 North, dw 62 Holliday 
Geddes John, gardener, 3 Baker 
Geddes & Warwick, (Alex. Geddes, Wm. 
Warwick) house and'sign painters, 613^ w 
Fayette 

GEEKIE CHARLES W., Liquors 
and Billiard Saloon. Importer of 
Pure Brandies, Cordials, Ladies' 
Blush and Hen Fruit Cobblers, 
Pure Eye and Bourbon Whiskies, 
123 w Baltimore, dw 25 Court- 
land. 

Geeling Henry, laborer, 173 s Spring 
Geer Alfred S. carpenter, 61 Cambridge, 

Canton 
Geers Herman, painter, 95 Cambridge, Can- 
ton 
Gees Mrs. Ann B. 325 n Eutaw 
Gees B. F. (Wm. A. Boyd & Co.) 143 Mc- 

CuUoh 
Gees Francis A. clerk, 125 w Biddle 
Gees Olivia C. trimming store, 125 w Biddle 
Geese Thomas B. plasterer, 50 n Paca 
Geese George H. shoemaker, 5 Hoffman 
Geercker Charles, cigar maker, 231 n Cen- 
tral av 
Geet Philip, shoemaker, 63 North 
Gegan Jos., sr , professor of music, 128 n 

Charles 
Gegan Joseph, jr. bookkeeper Maryland Mu- 
- tual Insurance Co., 128 n Charles 



Gegan John, carter, 19 Bank 
Geffy Michael, grocery, 238 Harford av 
Gehring Andrew, laborer, 218 e Eager 
Gehring Charles, tobacconist, 16 Orleans 
Gehring Coiyad, laborer, 107 s Chapel 
Gehring Andrew, hostler, 35 Guilford al 
Gehring John G. jeweler, 194 n Gay, dw 7 

Ensor 
Gehring John G. (Ferguson, Gehring & Co.) 

194 n Gay 
Gehring Joseph, drayman, 412 s Charles 
Gehrman Charles E. 267 Lexington 
Gehrmann August, toljacconist, 71 Thames 
Gehrmann Alfred, clerk, 32 Josephine 
Gehrmann Charles, (J. Gehrmann & Co.) 84 

n Gay 
Gehrman Francis, wheelwright, 113 Saratoga 
Gehrmann Henry, tobacconist, 141 s Ann 
Gehrmann J. .Albert, clerk, 172 Franklin 
Gehrmann Julius & Co. (J. Gehrmann, C. 

Gehrmann,) tobacconists, 84 n Gay 
Gehrmann J. Alonzo, (Wells Chase & Co.) 

172 Franklin 
Gehrmann Julius, (J. Gehrmann & Co.) 84 

n Gay 
Geigan John Henry, expressman, 103 Hollins 
Geighcr Charles, baker, 115 s Regester 
GEIGER EDMUND L. H. stove and tin 

dealer, 88 n Howard, dw 61 
Geiger Geo. M. cabinet maker, 1 Spring ct 
Geiger John, confectionery, 16 e Pratt 
Geiger Wm. hatter, 1 n Eden 
Geiger Wm. baker, 19 s High 
GElGLEIN JOHN, Madison house, termi- 
nus Madison av R. R. 
Geiglein John, shoemaker, 107 n Eutaw 
Geinermann John, laborer, 60 s Regester 
Geir August, shoemaker, 394 Hanover 
Geis Adam, stone cutter, 94 St. Peters 
Geis Andrew, blacksmith, 35 n Central av 
Geis Leonard, shoemaker, 137 Low 
Geis Peter, grocery, 246 e Eager 
Geis Sebastian, tailor, 31 George 
Geiser John, tailor, 35 Low 
GeisendafferCliarles P. clerk, 556 w Baltimore 
Geisenkotter Wm. laborer, 239 Aliceanna 
Geiser John, laborer, 326 Canton av 
Geisler Adam, shoemaker, 389 s Charles 
Geiss Louis, shoemaker, 154 n Caroline 
Geiss Nichola.s, tinner, 68 Camden 
Geissler Hi^ronimus, laborer, 357 s Charles 
Geisz Henry, shoemaker, 96 Hillen 
Geiugi-r Joseph, farmer, 116 n Poppleton 
Geiwitz George, artist, 47 Albemarle 
Gekler Wm. G. (Allen Paine, Son & Co.) 

366 w Fayette 
Gelaspy Patrick, laborer, 96 Chesapeake 
Gelbach Geo.jf. 14 Townsend 
Gelbach Wm. H. 14 Townsend 
Gellach Adam, laborer, 189 s Bond 
Gelerman Henry, carter, 168 s Wolfe 
Gelhaar Ernst, cabinet maker, 87 e Lombard 
Gelhausen John B. printer, 2 Bath 
Geller Henry, cooper, 54 n Schroeder 
Geller Mrs. Mary, 121 Peirce 
Gelster John H. tailor, 110 McElderry 
Gelston Hugh D. planing mill, 197 s Caro- 
line, office Washington hall, 5 e Baltimore, 
dw near Calverton mills, Baltimore County 
Gelston Hugh, office 9 e Baltimore, dw 155 

St. Paul 
Gelston V. DeL. agent Calverton Carpet Co. 
5 e Baltimore, dw 155 St. Paul 



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Geltmacher Fred'k, laborer, Patterson la, be- 
tween York and Harford avs 
Gemeny Andrew, carpenter, 116 s Chester 
Gemeny Benj. carpenter, 132 s Chester 
Gemm Henry, cigar maker, 50 s Bethel 
Gemmell Alexander, agent Hampshire and 
Balto. Coal Co., 56 Exchange Place, dv.^ 
121 n Charles 
Gemmell Walter, letter carrier, 535 Lexington 
Gemote Concert Saloon, basement s w cor 

Baltimore and Light 
Gempf Mrs. George, 55 n Amity 
Gempp John, grocer, 153 Peirce 
Gemundt Charles, (Pasquay & Gemundt,) 7 

Harrison 
Gendreitzig Henry, shoemaker, 12 Etna la 
Gengnagel Henry, butcher, 82 Hampstead 
Gengnagel Jacob, sr., butcher, 34 and 35 

Fell's Point market, dw 86 Hampstead 
Gengnagel Jacob, jr., butcher, 82 Hampstead 
Gengnagel Sophia, dressmaker, 148 Henrietta 
Gens Charles, professor of music, 344 Lex- 
ington 
Gens Luke, horse-shocr, 150 s Central av 
Gensell Henry, laborer, 352 s Eutaw 
Gent Henry, ship carpenter, 12 Hamburg 
Gent John, melter, 137 Henrietta 
Gent Thomas D., ship carpenter, 22 Hamburg 
Genthar John, 211 e Monument 
Gentle Wm., bookbinder, 369 w Fayette 
Gentner George, shoemaker, 104 Penna. av 
Geoghagen Mrs. Louisa, 103 s Broadway 
Geoghegan John R., machinist, 130 Conway 
Geoghegan Capt. Stewart, 41 Warren 
Geoghen Catherine, vest maker, 81 Hill 
George Alfred, lumber merch., 108 n Greene 
George Adam, laborer, 331 s Bond 
George Adam, matches, 56 n Central av 
GEORGE ANDREW J., glass dealer, 41 s 

Charles, dw 235 e Baltimore 
George B., baggage master B. & O. R. R., 17 

Warner 
George Catherine, 170 s Wolfe 
George Charles W., lumber merchant, 108)^ 

n Greene 
George Charles A., clerk, 241 w Baltimore 
George Francis C, mate, 179 s Wolfe 
George Francis G. , fresco painter, 341 Franklin 
George George W., printer, 42 s Caroline 
George George, laborer, 56 n Central av 
George Signor G., professor music, 365 e Bal- 
timore 
George Henry, clerk, 290 w Baltimore 
George Henry, clerk, 340 Light 
GEORGE ISAAC S., wholesale and retail 
dealer in boots, shoes, Stc, 80 Centre Mar- 
ket space, dw 214 e Baltimore 
GEORGE ISAAC S., (Isaac S. George, J. 
Brown George,) wholesale cbm. merchants 
for the sale of boots and shoes, n e corner 
Baltimore and Liberty 
George James B., jr., 15 Aisquith 
George James, farmer, 162 n Howard 
George Mrs. James, 162 n Howard 
George Jas. B., sr., collector, 208 e Baltimore 
GEORGE & JENKINS, (P. T. George, T. 
R. Jenkins,) provision and com. merchants, 
48 South 
George J. Brown, (Isaac S. George & Son,) 

214 e Baltimore 
George Margaret, trimmings, 72 Richmond 
George Philip T., (George & Jenkins,) 7 
Franklin 



George Samuel K., jr., 71 Mt. Vernon place 
George Samuel K., com. merchant, 50 s Gay, 

dw 71 Mount Vernon place 
George Stephen, carpenter, 72 Rinhmoiid' 
George Stephen & Son, (Charles W. George, 

Alfred George,) lumber, 37 n Greene 
George Thomas J., (Sanders & George,) 208 

e Baltimore 
George Wm. S., sr., carpenter, 70 n Charles 
George Capt. Wm. P., mariner, 239 Cross 
George's Creek Coal & Iron Co., 19 South, 

up stairs, A H., Stump, president 
Georges John, piano finisher, n e cor Paca 

and ?.larion 
Georgius Fred'k N., (Lehmann & GeorgiuS,) 

586 w Baltimore 
Gep Geo. butcher, Patterson's la, near Green- 
mount cemetery 
Gephardt John, 161 s Washington, F. P. 
Gephardt John, tailor, 145 s Bethel 
Gephardt John, tailor, 191 s Chester 
Gephardt Valentine, laborer, 241 s Wolfe 
Gephart & Barbee, (J. Gephart, Jr., G. B. 

Barbee,) wooden ware, 24 n Howard 
Gephart Fred'k, laborer, 302 s Caroline 
Gephart James, collector, 3 s Central av 
Gephart John, baker, 9 L Paca 
Gephart John, blacksmith, 224 s Botid 
Gephart John, jr. (Gephart & Barijee,) 258 w 

Lombard 
Gephart John, laborer, 7 Foster al 
Gephart John, baker, 183 w Biddle 
Geraiuy James, spar maker, 59 Block 
Gerahty Mrs. Peter, 78 Block 
Gerahty Peter J. spar maker, 78 Block 
Gerber Christian, can maker, Patapsco av 

near Hill, dw 273 w Fayette 
Gerber Mrs. Elizabeth, 126 s Paca 
Gerber Mrs Honorah, 86 Carey 
Gerber Ignatz, laborer, 38 Durst al 
Geriirich Joseph, grocery, 327 Cathedral 
Gerbrick Geo.. N. C. R. 304 n Howard 
GERDES, BULLING & WEHRHANE, 

(H. G. Gerdes, C. Bulling, H. Wehrhane,) 

shipping and commission merchants, 143 w 

Lombard 
Gerding Geo. foundryman, 531 Canton av 
Gere Henry, crockery ware, 67 Lancaster 
Gcrhardl John A. laborer, 21 L. McElderry 
Gerhardi Dr. Adolphus, 73 s Sharp 
Gerhard Frank, salesman, Fayette between 

Howard and Eutaw 
Gerhardt Henry, harness maker, 13 e Monu- 
ment 
Gerhardt Theodore, shoemaker, 46 s Wolfe 
Gerhardt Wm. 87 n Exeter 
Gerhart Henry, cooper. 111 s Caroline 
Gerhold Barbara, confectionery, 10 Baker 
Gerhold Charles, tailor, 9 L. McElderry 
Gerhold George, shoemaker, 10 Baker 
Gerhold Jacob, laborer, 290 Penna. av 
Gerhold John H. cigar-box maker, 414 n 

Bethel 
Gerin Mrs. Rebecca A. 554 Saratoga 
Gering Michael, tailor, 31 Centre Market sp 
Gerke Charles, furs, 60 Lexington 
GERKE JOHN H, hair-dressing saloon, 119 

n Calvert 
Gerken Wm. J. grocer, 76 Boyd 
Gerlach August, shoemaker, 273 Orleans 
Gerlach John, shoemaker, 56 Buren 
Gerlach John, tailor, 7 Sterrett 
Gerlach Peter, varnisher, 159 Vine 



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German Benj. wheelwright, 70 n Broadway 
German Chas B. shoemaker, 228 e Lombard 
German Christian, laborer, 72 Mulberry 
German Christof, shoemaker, 65 s Bethel 
GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPA- 
NY, over n w cor South and Lombard, 
Charles Weber, pres't, H. Vees, sec'y 
German George F. 96 Ensor 
German Herman, butcher, 54 Hanover mar- 
ket, dw Garrison la s of Western cemetery 
German Mrs. Jane, tavern, 248 s Broadway 
German Job, chair maker, 223 n Central av 
German John, sail maker, 207 e Lombard 
German John W. painter, 212 Forrest 
German Joseph S. 39 n Exeter 
German Joseph, photographer, over 234 Lex- 
ington, dw 305 n Central av 
German Joseph, farmer, 305 n Central av 
German Thomas E., butcher, 66 Lexington 

and 96 Centre markets, dw 48 Chew 
Germania Society, (German Club,) 165 w 

Lombard 
Germer John Henry, shoemaker, 6 Burke 
Germershausen Mrs. Walburger, 281 n Cen- 
tral av 
Germershausen Mrs. Louis, grocery, 1 Vine 
Germuth Anna E., shoe binder, 356 n Eutaw 
Gernanct Andrew, cabinet maker, 147 Stirling 
Gernand Henry, shoemalcer, 42 n Frederick 
Gernert Henry, tailor, 6 Wyeth 
Gernet Jacob, laborer, 308 Johnson 
GERNHARDT HERMAiN T., glass stainer, 

24 w Fayette, dw 162 Aisquith 
Gernhardt William, 162 Aisquith 
Gernhart Jacol), cabinet maker, 157 Ensor 
Gerns John, soldier, 652 w Baltimore 
Gerns Ellen, fancy store, 652 w Baltimore 
Gerrico G., tavern keeper, 60 President 
Gerth John, laborer, 136 s Greene 
Gerting Wm., engineer, 263 e Monument 
Gertzer Charles, sr., paint maker, 65 North 
Gertzer Charles, jr., paint maker, 65 North 
Gerveke Conrad H., confectioner, 34 Holiday 
Gerwern Francis wheelwright, 113 Saratoga 
Gerwig Frederick, instruments, 143 Raborg 
Gerwig Phillip, laborer, 174 Ramsay 
Gesell Theodore, blacksmith 588 w Baltimore 
Gesford Wm., 328 Franklin 
Geslinger Gusiave, carver, 316 w Pratt 
Gest Mrs. Margaret, 11 Walker 
Gess Henry, brickmaker, 903 w Pratt 
Gessler Francis X., piano maker, 44 Clay 
Gessler Joseph, shoemaker, 15 Jasper 
Gessner John N., grocery, 65 Greenmountav 
Getchel George, tailor, 499 w Baltimore 
Getlien George, hack driver, 86 s Central av 
Gett Dr. Wm. W., Orleans btw Chester and 

Castle 
Getterman Louis, baker, 166 n Eden 
Gettier Augustus J., carpenter, 150 Division 
Gettier Charles A., messenger Adams Ex- 
press, 357 Penna. av 
Gettier Charles A., messenger Adams Ex- 
press, 271 Saratoga 
Grettier Cor. E., messenger Adams Express, 

367 Penna. av 
Gettier Edward P. painter, 173 Druid Hill av 
Gettier Mrs. Elizabeth, 209 Druid Hill av 
Gettier George W., carpenter, s e cor Chats- 
worth and Smith 
Gettier Henry, turner, 57 Biddle al 
Gettier Henry, laborer, Swann tavern, s e cor 
Eutaw and Franklin 



Gettier Jacob, huckster, 158 s Bond 

Gettier John L., carpenter, 102 Hoffman, 

dw 104 
Gettier John T., tinner, n e cor Howard and 

Clay, dw 101 n Pine 
Gettier Jos. A., clerk, 209 Druid Hill av 
Gettier Margaret, 50 Druid Hill av 
Gettier Wm. P., 100 s Howard 
Gettier Wm. H., painter, 237 w Biddle 
Gettier Wm., bricklayer, 9 Grundy 
Gettinger Charles, laborer, 39 Preston 
Gettman Adam, laborer, 2 Shakspeare 
Gettman Jacob, wagoner, 179 s Bethel 
Gettress Mrs. Eliza, Wolfe btw Baltimore 

and Fayette 
Gettslich Chas. E., clerk, 311 Franklin 
Getty David A., 86 s Eden 
Getty James, dry goods, 105 n Gay, and 67 

n Howard, dw 221 w Lombard 
Getz Charles S. artist, 579 Lexington 
Getz Charles S. machinist, 154 s Charles 
Getz Charles, bookkeeper, 247 e Baltimore 
GETZ CHRISTIAN, grocer, n e cor Eutaw 

and Henrietta 
Getz Conrad, tailor, 259 n Eden 
Getz Conrad, barber, 127 s Broadway 
Getz Conrad, tailor, 264 s Ann 
Getz Earnest, shoemaker, 20 Short al 
Getz Frederick, shoemaker, 29 May 
Getz George, cutter, 108 s Caroline 
Getz Gregory, barber, 12 Sterrett 
Getz Henry, tailor, 50 Short 
GETZ JOHN M. carpenter and builder, 

Madison al near Madison, dw 173 Aisquith 
Getz Mrs. Mary, seamstress, 83 Johnson 
Getze Augustus, stoves and tinware, 308 n 

Gay 
Getzendener Charles, soldier, 3 China 
Getzinger Joseph, laborer, 17 Hamburg 
Geuter Adam, laborer, 86 n Broadway 
Geyer Adam, tailor, 73 s Fremont 
GEYER AUGUST, grocery, 233 e Lombard 
Geyer Charles, huckster, 208 s Bethel 
Geyer David, coachmaker, 7 Chats worth 
Geyer Edw. G. (Geyer & Wilkins,) 239 w 

Lombard 
Geyer Frederick, painter, 243 n Caroline 
Geyer & Wilkins, (E. G. Geyer, H. Wil- 
kins,) ship, and commis. merchants, 122 w 

Lombard 
Ghee Henry, clerk, 117 w Lexington 
Ghequiere Mrs. Cecibee, 133 Pearl 
Ghis John B. laborer, 20 Camden • 

Gibford Christian, harness maker, 251 s Bond 
Gibaney Christopher, drayman, 84 Richmond 
Gibbins John, cooper, 162 Raborg 
Gibbons Francis A. 144 Cathedral 
Gibbons Francis A. jr. 144 Cathedral 
Gibbons Mrs. Eliza, 256 Madison 
Gibbons J. H. S. commis. merchants, over 80 

Light St wharf, dw 657 w Fayette 
Gibbons Rev. James, pastor St. Bridget's 

Church, cor Cannon and Hudson 
Gibbons James, laborer, 111 Elliott 
Gibbons James S. porter, 3 Rock 
Gibbons James T. clerk, 319 e Baltimore 
Gibbons Dr. John L. druggist and physician, 

n e cor Eutaw and Saratoga 
Gibbons John, blacksmith, 134 e Madison 
Gibbons J. Thomas, sailmaker, 101 Bank 
Gibbons Mrs. Mary Ann, 3 Rock 
Gibbons Patrick, peddler, 241 Hoffman 
Gibbons Sarah A. milliner, 16 n Charles 



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Gibbons Wm. J. clerk, 319 e Baltimore 

Gibbons , 164 L.Greene 

Gibbs Edward A. clerk, 37 McCulloh 
Gibbs Henry, carpenter, 197 Forrest 
Gibbs Wm. cigar maker, 197 Forrest 
Giblin Patrick, laborer, 176 Constitution 
GIBMEYER HENRY, cabinet maker and 

undertaker, 383 Canton av 
Gibney George J. (Gibney & Hall,) 12 s 

Strieker 
Gibney, Hall & Co. (GJ.Gibney, J. B. Hall,) 

com. merchants, 90 Spear's wharf 
Gibney Henry, hostler, 1 Garden 
Gibney James, drayman, 84 Richmond 
Gibney John, cabinet maker and second hand 

dealer, 481 Lexington 
Gibpey Patrick, drayman, 136 Saratoga 
Gibney Dr. Richard, dentist, 32 n Gay 
Gibson Andrew, tavern, 20 Mercer 
Gibson Rev. Alexander E. 93 s Broadway 
Gibson Anna T. boarding, 144 w Baltimore 
GIBSON, KIRK & BRU. (C. T. Gibson, S. 
E. Kir.k, R. E. Kirk,) lock and bell manu- 
facturers, 5 Cheapside 
Gibson Chas. C (Gibson & Co.) 106 McCul- 
loh 
GIBSON & CO. (C. C. Gibson,) auctioneers, 

over 70 n Charles 
Gibson Chas. T. (Gibson, Kirk & Bro.) 411 

n Central av 
Gibson George, printer, 280 Greenmount av 
Gibson Kdward, laborer, 56 Cooksie 
Gibson Mrs. Ellen, 365 s Charles 
GIBSON DR. GEORGE S. 116 Park 
Gibson Dr. G. S. jr. 116 Park 
Gibson, Henry, tile maker, near Reese's iron 
works, office s w cor Charles and Fayette 
Gibson Henry D. clerk, 90 Saratoga 
Gibson Henry W. painter, 70 Druid Hill av 
Gibson Jumes, carpenter, 15 s Eutaw 
Gibson James A. tinner, 9 Mott 
Gilison James, jr., clerk, 90 Saratoga 
Gibson James S. sailor, 470 w Pratt 
Gibson John R. machinist, 51 s Schroeder 
Gibson John R. stevedore, 222 e Monument 
Gibson John W. painter, 70 Druid Hill av 
Gibson John, Sons & Co. (John Gibson, H. 
C. Gibson, C. M. Gibson, Andrew M. 
Moore,) dealers in choice old Monongahela 
whiskies. J. S. Asay, agent 63 w Pratt 
Gibson Joseph, actuary Md. Institute, dw 

331 n Gay 
GUjson Mary, 260 n Howard 
Giuson Patrick, cashier Bank of Baltimore, 

dw 9 Cathedral 
Gibson Robert, herdsman, 75 n Fremont 
Gibson Robert, rigger, 222 Eastern av 
Gibson Samuel H. clerk, 110 w Fayette 
Gibson Capt. Wm. clerk, 1 n Ann 
Giddier Jacob, mariner, 10 Fish Market sp. 
Gider Catherine, grocery, 193 e Madison 
Gider John L. tailor, 193 e Madison 
Gierty Charl es, harness maker, 129 Hamburg 

GIESE J. HENRY, Commission 

Merchant for tiie sale of Flour, 
Grain, beads, and all kinds of 
Country Produce, 21 Spear's wiif. 
,^^- Agency for sale of itosendale 
Cement and Calcined Plaster, 
dw. cor. Eager and Calvert.— [See 

bottom line Mvertisements.] 



Gies Foldine, tailor, 279 n Central av 
Gies John, watchman, 202 Stirling 
Gies John, laborer, 47 Barnes 
Gieseler John, fresco painter, 54 n Central av 
Giesenderffer Luther M. printer, 554 w Balti- 
more 
Gieser John, sawyer, 80 n Spring 
Gieske Gustav, (Gieske & Niemann,) 295 w 

Fayette 
Gieske Louis, commission merchants, 115 w 

Lombard, dw 87 s Sharp 
GIESKE & NIEMANN, (E. Gieske, E. 
Niemann,) leaf tobacco commission mer- 
chants, 76 s Charles 
Gieske Theodore, 295 w Fayette 
Giesler John, instrument maker, 74 Park 
Giesler Joseph, laborer, 6 Port 
Giesregan Mrs. Crecientia, s e cor Fayette 

and Wolfe 
Giesregen Paulus, carpenter, 108 s Spring 
Giesrehn Fredk., baker, 120 Greenmount av 
Giesman Adam, shoemaker, 241 e Chase 
Giet Henry, tailor, 447 w Baltimore 
Giffin George, cabinet maker, 25 s Schroeder 
Gifford Capt. James, mariner, 60 Fawn 
Gilford James J. carpenter, 188 e Fayette 
Gifford Thomas, carpenter, 131 Orleans 
Giger John, shoemaker, 132 s Carolipe 
Gilanhand David, 153 Central av 
Gilbert Aquilla, carpenter, Kimmel al near 

Saratoga, dw 98 Pearl 
Gilbert Douglas, clerk, 105 w Fayette 
Gilbert Emma F. 98 Pearl 
Gilbert Henry Clay, traveling agent, 98 Pearl 
Gilbert Jarret N. (Haines & Gilbert,) 20 a 

Paca 
Gilbert Lewis, provisions, 212 n Howard, dw 

214 n Howard 
Gilbert Martin, oyster dealer, 13 L. Paca 
Gilbert Lewis, tinner, 39 Raborg 
Gilbert Martin, shoemaker, Monroe n of Pratt 
Gilbert Wm. B. shoemaker, 152 Columbia 
Gilbert Wm. H. fireman, 462 w Lombard 
Gilchreest Patrick, laborer, 34 President 
Gilchrist James, drayman, 279 w Pratt 
Gilda Anna, 38 n Charles 
Gildea Francis, bricklayer, 31 St Mary 
Gildea JohnH. (John F. Forrester & Co.) 29 

St. Mary 
Gildea John, huckster, 29 St. Mary 
Gildea John, laborer, 207 Vine 
Gildea Maria, seamstress, 11 Penna av 
Gilder Lawrence L. soldier, 68 Lee 
Gilder L. L. bookkeeper, 68 Lee 
GILDERSLEVE GEORGE, stock and bill 

broker, 61 w Second, dw 260 n Charles 
Giles Alice, 143 s Paca 
Giles Daniel, cigar maker, 104 Ensor 
Giles Geo. W. laborer, 48 Philpot 
Giles Henry M. clerk, 14 George 
Giles John E. stonecutter, 105 n Poppleton 
Giles John, tinner, 141 s Fremont 
Giles Joseph, cooper, 186 East 
Giles Mary J. 185 Druid Hill av 
Giles Wm. oak cooper, 453 Franklin 
Giles Wm. F. judge U. S. District Court, 17 

Franklin 
Gilfos Theodore, tailor, 249 e Biddle 
Gilhooly Mrs. Mary, 22 Morris all 
Gill Absalom, shoemaker, 82 Peirce 
Gill Ansley, stone cutter, 19 Scott 
Gill Bryson, (Gill & Corrie,) 56 a Sharp 
Gill Bryson & Son, dentists, cuppers and 
leechers, 56 s Sharp 



J> HEVRY GIESE, Coiuniission :>IeicJxant. for the sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, <Sc 
Rosendale Cement and Calcined Plaster conatantly on hand, HI Spear's WtuaC 



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Gill Dr. Brysoii J. dentist, 212 n Eutaw 
GILL & CORRIE, (B. Gill, J. Corrie,) den- 
tists, 56 s Sharp 
Gill Chas. M. (Bryson Gill & Son,) 56 Sharp 
Gill C. Lorraine, clerk, 160 w Fayette 
Gill Edward, trader, 265 n Eden 
Gill Elisha, ship carpenter, 27 Philpot 
Gill Edward, blacksmith, 9 n Fremont 
Gill Elisha P. grocer, n e cor Boston and 

Clinton * 

Gill Elizabeth R. 364 e iVlonument 
Gil'l Elizabeth. 21 Read 
Gill Elivia, 21 Read 

Gill Ely A. (Sam'l H. Gill & Bro.)56 s Sharp 
Gill George, driver, 235 s Ann 
Gill George, fisherman, 474 Canton av 
GILL GEORGE M. ^attorney, 36 St. Paul, 

dw 227 n Charles 
Gill Henry, type founder, 131 Harford av 
Gill Jacob, stevedore 45 Cambridge 
Gill James H. bar keeper, 11 n Eutaw 
Gill James R. carpenter, Wolfe near Pratt, 

dw 176 Bank 
Gill John, 301 s Bond 
Gill John C. bricklayer, 253 Franklin 
Gill John G. painter, 202 w Fayette 
Gill John G. hook and ladder No. 2, dw 202 

w Fayette 
Gill J. L. D. 60 e Baltimore, dw 11 n Exeter 
Gill Luther, saddler, 336 w Pratt 
Gill Mary, dressmaker, 9 n Fremont 
GillM. Gillet, (Martni Gillet & Co.) 160 w 

Fayette 
Gill Nich. cooper, 444 Lexington 
Gill Nich. R. attorney, 32 St. Paul, dw 67 

Aisquith 
Gill Noah, huckster, 474 Canton av 
Gill Owen A. (Martin Gillet & Co.) 160 w 

Fayette 
Gill S. H. (Gill Samuel H. & Bro.) 56 s Sharp 
Gill Samuel H. & Brother, (S. H. Gill, E. 

A. Gill,) dentists, n w cor Hanover and 

Lombard 
Gill Stephen, huckster, 326 Canton av 
Gill Wm. D. clerk, 85 s Edea 
Gill Wm. detective, 64 Bank 
Gill Wm. E. cooper, 308 Franklin 
Gill Mrs. Dr. Wm. F. 214 w Biddle 
Gillan James, stone mason, over 7 Fish Mar- 
ket space 
Gillan John, huckster, 75 Boyd 
Gillan Patrick, laborer, 84 n Front 
Gillard James, soldier, 207 Lemmon 
Gillard Wm. H. whip maker, 113 Pearl 
Gillelan William J. carpenter, 79 Preston 
Gillen James, 61 e Monument 
Gillen Michael, luickster, 88 n Pine 
Gillen Patrick, laborer, 34 Marion 
Gillen Robert, printer, 100 n Front 
Gillespie Daniel, lab. Lazaretto iron works 
Gillespie Matilda, 156 Aisquith 
Gillespie Patrick, laborer, 66 Essex 
Gillespie Wm. (Stork & Gillespie) n w cor 

Schroeder and Fayette 
Gillet Geo. M. (G. M. Gillet & Co.) 60 w 

Eiddle 
Gillet Geo. M. & Co. (H. Moale,) tea, 56 s 

Gay 
GILLET MARTIN & CO. (M. Gillet, 0. A. 

Gill & M. G. Gill,) tea, 38 ,w Lombard 
Gilley Mrs. Julia, 166 e Lombard 
Gilligan Edward, 120 s Regester 
Gilligan Patrick, huckster, 549 Saratoga 



Gillin Wm. baker, 90Holliday 
Gillingham Dr. Charles, 391 w Fayette 
Gillingham Dr. Charles, 514 w Baltimore 
Gillingham Edward E. 136s Paca 
Gillingham E. D. engraver, 447 Saratoga 
Gillingham Edw. conductor B. & O. R. R. 

dw 136 s Paca 
Gillingham Geo. 0. clerk, 322 Madison 
Gillingham Henry R. machinist, 136 s Paca 
Gillingham James, miller, 244 n Caroline 
Gillingham Kate, seamstress, 10 Walker 
Gillingham Mrs. R. A 322 Madison 
Gillingham Wm. J. miller, 483 n Gay 
Gillon Thomas, laborer, 62 Davis 
Gillmeyer Elizabeth, grocery, 11 Townsend 
Gillmeyer George S. watchman, 11 Town- 
send 
Gillmeyer Geo. S. expressman, 88 Warner 
Gillman George H. agent for Fairbank's 

scales, dw 622 w Lombard 
Gilman John S. (President of 2nd National 

Bank,) 283 e Baltimore 
Gilman Dr. Judson, 172 Saratoga 
Gilmor Charles S., Northern av near Charles 
Gilmor Charles, agent Baltimore Go's coal, 

108 Park 
Gilmor Robert, jr. attorney, 20 Law Build- 

ines, dw n w cor Franklin and Park 
GILMOR WM. 121 n Charles 
Gilmor Wm. jr. stock broker, over 42 Second, 

dw 108 Park 
Gilmor Wm. 35 Hamilton 
Gilmore James, drayman, 94 Warren 
Gilmore Letitia, grocery, 85 Hillen 
Gilmore Mrs. Rachel, 147 German 
Gilmore Richard, (Fields & Gilmore,) 204 s 

Ann 
Gilmore Robert, blacksmith, 17 e Madison 
Gilmore Robert, moulder, 85 Hillen 
Gilmore S. 156 Dover 
Gilmour Mrs. Andrew M. confectionery, 604 

w Baltimore 
Gilmour Franklin M. sutler, 604 w Baltimore 
Gilmour H C. (Gilmour & Sons,) 98 n Eutaw 
Gilmour James D. & Sons, (J. D. Gilmour, 

H. C. Gilmouf & J. M. Gilmour,) hotel 

and dining rooms, 124 w Baltimore 
Gilmour J. iVl. (Gilmour & Sons,) 98 n Eutaw 
Gilmour James D. (Gilmour & Sons,) 98 n 

Eutaw 
Gimber Leonard, stone mason, Frederick road 

w of toll gate 
Gimble Casper, laborer, 229 s Wolfe 
Gimpei Francis, baker, 156 East 
Gilpin Albert, clerk, 163 w Lombard 
Gilpin Bern. (Canby, Gilpin & Co.) 42 s 

Greene 
Gilpin John, drayman, 78 Cross 
Gilpin John W. barrels, 80 Cross 
Gilroy James, livery stables, 144 n Front 
Gilroy James, hostler, 144 n Front 
Gilroy John, driver, 157 e Lombard 
Gilroy Robert, laborer, 94 Grundy 
Ginder John, tailor, 272 Lee 
Ginder Leonard, frame maker, 127 Franklin 
Ginder Wm. shoemaker, 80 Leadenhall 
Gingerbaugher Joseph, laborer, 264 s Ann 
Ginnavin Geo. W. plasterer, 83 Mount 
Ginness Wm. frame maker, 188 German 
Ginter Catherine, grocery, 33 Biddle al 
Ginter Francis, shoemaker, 15 Scott 
Ginter John A. carpenter, 281 Druid Hill av 
Ginter John, laborer, 33 Biddle al 



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Gipe Geo. huckster, 17 Jefferson e of Broad- 
way 
Ginter Michael, laborer, 31 s Wolfe 
Gipprich Anthony, photographer, 84 s Wolfe 
Gipprich Joseph, clothing cutter, 84 s Wolfe 
Girard John, matchmaker, 30 Leadenhall 
Girardin Emile, jeweler, 150 Columbia 
Girnell John, copper smith, Mosher near 

Foster al 
Girbg John, laborer, ]6Callender 
Girvin Catherine, 295 Franklin 
Girvin Janies, 149 n Paca 
GIR.VIN J. M. ship commission merchant, 

23 Spear's whf. dw 278 Lexington 
Girting Henry, laborer, Fort av between Hull 

and Johnson 
Gis Margaret, grocery, 113 n Bond 
Gissel Christopher, carpenter, 245 e Biddle 
Gissel John, tailor, 80 Henrietta 
Gissel Mary, grocery, 80 Henrietta 
Gissel VVm. tailor, 80 Henrietta 
Gishel Conrad, cigar maker, 169 Columbia 
Gist Edward K. 98 e Baltimore 
Gist Jos. (Gist & Wells,) 306 w Lombard 
Gist Mary, boarding. 111 Raborg 
Gist Wm. salesman, 64 e Lombard 

GIST & WELLS, (J. Gist, Wells,) 

produce and commission merchants, 126 
and 128 s Eutaw 
Githens Edward, engineer, 26 Conway 
Gitler Frederick, laborer, 18 Harmony la 
Gittinger William, porter, 174 n Fremont 
Gittiugs Edw. S. moulder, 50 n Fremont 
Gittings Eliza, Chappell near Penna. av 
Gittings Jackson, furniture wagoner, 53 Mc- 

Elderry 
Gittings James, (D. Levering & Co.) 96 Mc- 

CuUoh 
Gittings John L. wagoner, 105 n Spring 
GITTINGS JOHN S. & CO. (J. S. Git- 
tings, B. H. Williams,) bankers, 29 South. 
[See p. 26 Jldvertisementa.] 
Gittings John S. (John S. Gittings & Co.) 
president Chesapeake Bank, office 13North, 
dw 149 St. Paul 
Gittings Lambert & Co. (Lambert Gittings, 
George M. Johnson,) commission and ship- 
ping merchants, 58 Buchanan's whf 
Gittings Lambert, (L. Gittings & Co.) 62 Mt. 

Vernon place 
Gittings Martin V. carpenter, 53 Stirling 
Gittings Richard J. (A. W, Machen & R. J. 
Gittings,) Slate's attorney for Baltimore co. 
47 St. Paul, dw 127 n Charles 
Gittings Richard, 6 Etna la 
Gittings Samuel, broker, 33 n Calvert 
Gittings William, soldier, 107 n Spring 
Gittins Mrs. Martha, 192 n Calvert 
Giube Louis, box maker, 7 Spring ct 
GIUSTINIANI Rev. JOS. pastor Church of 
Immaculate Conception, Mosher bet. Divi- 
sion and Druid Hill av 
Given Dr. James J. secretary Union coal com- 
pany, 45 w Fayette, dw Reisterstown 
Givens Julia A. F. 10 Williamson al 
Givins Sophronia, 10 Williamson al 
Given.s Joseph, soldier, 45 n Caroline 
Givens Nicholas, laborer, Clinton opp. Chesa- 
peake furnace 
Givens William, mariner, 45 n Caroline 
Glaab George, shoemaker, 57 Holland 
Glaab George, teacher, 201 e Eager 
Glaab Peter, tailor, 201 e Eager 



Glackman John, tailor, 144 s Caroline 
Gladfelter Louis, engineer,Gorsuch av, Home- 
stead 
Gladston And. J. bricklayer, 212 Harford av 
Gladston Chas. A. bricklayer, 208 Harford av 
Glaen Anthony, locksmith, 63 Pearl 
Glaenzer Chas. F., grocer, 832 w Baltimore 
Glaeser Jacob, shoemaker, 53 Leadenhall 
Glaeser John, 245 s Dallas 
Glaeser Mrs. Sophia, 32 Burlce 
Glaeser William, shoemaker, 244 s Bond 
Glanding David, carpenter, 322 w Fayette 
Glanding Mrs. Mary A. 322 w Fayette 
Glann George 0. bricklayer, 150 Hillen 
Glansey Peter, lithographer, 106 s Bond 
Glanville James 0. salesman, 247 n Caroline 
Glanville James W. collector, 247 n Caroline 
Glanville Robert B. clerk N. C R.,-247 n 

Caroline 
Glanz Peter, shoemaker, 672 w Baltimore 
GLAS CONRAD, lager beer brewer, .370 

Pennsylvania av 
Glaser Frederick, baker, 105 s Dallas 
Glaser Henry, shoemaker, 68 McElderry 
Glaser Henry, shoemaker, 165 e Fayette 
Glasgow James, bookkeeper, 25 n Calvert 
Glasner Matthew, bookbinder, 85 Grindall 
Glasper Robert, painter, 23 St. Mary 
Glass Chas. F. clerk, Fremont nr. Penna. av 
Glass David W. clerk, 208 Forrest 
Glass Emory, shoemaker, 165 Hughes 
Glass George, baker, 239 Light 
Glass James A. ship joiner, 122 s Eden 
Glass Robert, carpenter, 201 e Fayette 
Glass Mrs. Thirza, 64 n Broadway 
Glass Win. D. harness maker, 148 Columbia 
Gleasar Frederick, shoemaker, 201 s Bond 
Gleasar John, shoemaker, 203 Bank 
Gleason Catherine, seamstress, 250 n Eutaw 
Gleason Catherine, laundress, 60 Lewis 
Gleason Martin, tailor, 17 n Front 
Gleason Thomas, machinist, 601 w Lombard 
Gleason W. E. attorney, Franklin House 
Glaze Catherine, 294 s Bethel 
Gleber John, laborer, rear of 391 s Sharp 
Gleghorn John, shoemaker, 15 Armistead la 
Gleer George, laborer, 130 n Front 
Glen Alexander, grocery, 257 e Monument 
Glen James, grocery, cor Monument and 

Eden 
Glen Jeanette, grocery and liquor, 231 e Mon- 
ument 
Glen John, laborer, 197 n Eden 
Glenan John, grocery, 174 s Howard 
Glenn Alexander, house carpenter, 101 sBond 
Glenn Andrew, Church Home, Broadway 
Glenn Charles, pipe maker, 63 n Caroline 
Glenn Joseph, sweep master, 13 s Ann 
Glenn Margaret F. dress maker, 64)^ Lex- 
ington 
Glenn Mrs. Martha E. 172 Cathedral 
Glenn Patrick, laborer, 30 Morton al 
Glenn Mrs. R. huckster, 73 Lancaster 
Glenn Samuel J. carpenter, 63 n Caroline 
Glenn Samuel W. artist, 227 e Fayette 
Glenn Samuel, Church Home, Broadway 
Glenn Wm. grocery, 238 Bank 
GLENN WM. W. attorney at law, 6n Cal- 
vert, dw 153 n Charles 
Glennan John, grocer, s e cor Howard and 

York 
Glennan John, brakesman, 362 w Lombard 
Glennan Thos. brakesman, 362 w Lombard 



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Glennon Thomas, porter, 78 n Greene 
Gliechman Frederick S. teacher, 130 Dallas 
Glichman Henry, carter, 51 Fountain 
Glever John, slioemaker, 237 Light 
Glines Edward, carpenter, 229 e Madison 
Glindy Capt. Wm. U. S. N , 201 w Fayette 
Glitzen Michael, tailor, 327 n Central av 
Glock Adam, shoemaker, 22 Pleasant ai 
Glock John A. cooper, 26 Pleasant al 
Glock John, tailor, 15 Pleasant al 
Glbcker Emanuel J, clerk, 307 Mulberry 
Glocker Emanuel J. attorney, 44 St. Paul, dw 

Baltimore county 
Glocker Theo. 44 St. Paul, dw Baltimore co. 
Glockerty Peter, laborer, 10 Fountain 
GLONINGER JOHN R. & CO. (J. R. 
Gloninger, R. W. Chase,) wines, liquors, 
cigars and groceries, 7 n Charles 
Glorius Martin, tailor, 80 Chew 
Gloss Balthus, baker, n 5 Bounty'la 
Glosemyer Wm. carpenter, 91 Dover 
Glover John W. boiler maker, 324 William 
Glover Richard E. 37 n Gay 
Glover Thomas, boiler maker, 82 Luzerne 
Giuck C. laborer, 271 Aisquith 
Gluck Charles F. dyer, 236 e Chase . 
Gluck Henry C. grocery, n e cor Chew and 

Caroline 
Gluck John, laborer, Eastern av 
GLUCK WILLIAM, tin and sheet iron 

store, 79 and 81 n Gay, dw 135 n Gay 
Gluckstein Alois, shoe store, n e cor Mul- 
berry and Eutaw 
Glynn John, keeper of the Cathedral ceme- 
tery, w of Fremont and n of Mosher 
Glynn Lieut. J. Gabriel, clerk, 12 Holiday 
GMINDKR JACOB, silver plater, and mili- 
tary ornaments, &c., 117 w Baltimore and 
10 s Calvert. [See p. 12 Mverlisements.] 
Gniesmer Henry, broom maker, :i7 s Bethel 
Gnough Henry, 17 s Washington, F. P. 
Goappal Henry, dry goods, 16rt s Eutaw 
Gobright August, laborer, 151 Dover 
Gobright Joseph S. coachmaker, 341 Druid 

Hillav 
Gobright Mrs. Louisa R. 100 n Greene 
Gobright Williani, clerk, 92 n Paca 
Gobright Wm. A. clerk, 70 n Howard 
Gobright Wm. H. editor, 37 n Gilmor 
Gocking Anton, carpenter, 345 Canton av 
Goddard Charles, pat. medicines, 9 s Greene 
Goddard John, laborer, 78 Ramsay 
Godey Henry, clerk, 45 Hanover 
Godey Thomas, cabinet manufacturer, 58 

Hanover, dw 41 
Godfrey Catherine R. 45 Garden 
Godfrey George, 5 Hope al 
Godfrey John, furniture wagoner, 152 George 
Godfrey Johnson, wagoner, 590 Penna. av 
Godfrey Sarah, 5 McElderry 
Godfrey Samuel, tailor, 263 n Central av 
Godman Mrs. Amarinta, vest maker, 69 s 

Fremont 
Godman John E. printer, 236 e Madison 
Giidman Sarah A., Clifton, near Penna. av 

extended, Baltimore co 
Godman Thos. S. butcher, 26 Calverton road 
Godman Thos. W. butcher, 64 Centre, 73 
Lexington and 72 Hanover markets, dw 
898 w Baltimore 
Godman William, butcher, 153 Chatsworth 
GODMAN WM. H butcher, -18 Lexington 
market, dw 61 Pennsylvania av 



Godthart August, tobacconist, 310 s Charles 
Godwin Mrs. Ann, 188 Conway 
Godwin H. Hackett, clerk, 46 Conway 
Godwin John E. printer, 236 Madison 
Godwin Littleton, trunk maker, 195 Conway 
Godwin Ormand A. clerk, 110 w Fayette 
Godwin Mrs. Sarah J. boarding, 274 n EutaW 
Godwin Thos. S. draughtsman, 131 n High 
Godwin William, jr. commission merchant, 5 

Wood, dw 46 Conway 
Godwin Wm. W. clerk, 46 Conway 
Goebe Michael, laborer, 85 s Regester 
Goebel Ludwig, tailor, 11 Clay 
Goebler Charles, shoemaker 125 s Spring 
Goepel Henry, dry goods, 168 s Eutaw 
Goering Christian (American Meter Co.) 121 

n Howard 
Goertz Fredk. W. confectioner, 185 s Sharp 
Goetling Philip, tailor, 62 King 
Goetz Charles, brass finisher, 154 s Charles 
Goetz Ernest, printer, 52 Low 
Goetz John G. baker, 843 w Baltimore 
Goetz John A. G. stoves and tin ware, 19 

Brown 
Goetzer Franz, shoemaker, 317 e Lombard 
Gogel Chas. telegraph opcrat'r, 40 e Baltimore 
Gogegan P. ship carpenter, 103 Conway 
Gohlinghorst Harman, porter, 6& Light 
Gohlinghorst Henry, cooper, 66 Light 
Gohlinghorst John G. tavern, 32 w Lombard 
Gohlinghorst John H. restaurant, 5 Saratoga 
Golinghorst Joiin G., tavern, 66 Light 
Gohn John B., currier, over 154 Light 
Going Albah, machinist, 14 St. Mary 
Gola Charles, music teacher, 47 Courtland 
Gold Abraham (R. Kraus & Co.) 3 Aisquith 
Gold C. W. clerk, 185 Conway 
Gold George, 156 w Lombard 
Gold Mrs. Mary E. 158 n High 
Goldbeck Wm. carpenter, 86 s Castle 
Goldberger Abraham, peddler, 116 Low 
Golden Ann, hucksteress, 30 Harford av 
Golden Jason, carpenter, 521 w Baltimore 
Golden John, locksmith, 23 Bank 
Golden John, laborer, 168 Greenmount av 
Golden Miss Mary T. fashionable millinery, 

76 Lexington 
Golden Mary, seamstress, 10 Gould la 
Golden Richanl, laborer, 159 Vine 
Goldenberg Reuben, (Goldenberg & Wein- 
berg) G8 n Front 
GOLDENBERG & WEINBERG, (R Gol- - 
denberg& A.Weinberg) embroideries, laces, 
&c., 163 w Baltimore 

GOLDENBURG & CO., (D. H. Gol- 
denburg,) 51 n Howard, largest 
Stock in the city, of Millinery, 
Bonnets and Bonnet Matei-ials, 
Hair Nets, Head Dresses. Furs, 
&c. 

Goldenburg D. H. (Goldenburg & Co.) 31 

Marion 
Goldenburg Jacob, 121 n Howard 
Golder J. C. (P. Tiernan & Sons) 127 w 

Fayette 
Golder Robert, jr., (Golder & Unduch) 495 

w Fayette 
GOLDER & UNDUCH, (R. Golder, jr., N. 

H. Unduch) importers and dealers in paper ' 

hangings, 33 Hanover 



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Golder Wni. W. bookkeeper, 127 w Fayette 
Goldennati Sophia, grocery, 56 Ensor 
Golderman Casper, 251 Mulberry 
Goldhanimer Peter, grocery, 229 s Sharp 
Goldheim Lazarus, sutler, 21 Holland 
Goldman Benjamin, clothier, 4 Centre Market 

space, dw 9 s Frederick 
Goldman Edward, embroideries, millinery 

and fancy goods, 490)^ w Baltimore 
Goldman Leman, butcher, 96 Centre and 46 

Belair markets, dw 118 Chew 
Goldman Lewis, clothier, 127 n Howard 
Goldman Louis, clothier, 78 Centre Market 

space, dw 11 Lloyd 
Goldsborougli Charles H. flour store, Forrest 

near Hillen, dw 55 Aisquith 
Goldsborough Dr. Leander, surgeon U. S. A. 

20 Jackson 
Goldsborough Louis D. printer, 133 n Eden 
Goldsborough Martin, property agent, 49 

Courtland 
Goldsborough W. Ewell, attorney, 25 Lex- 
ington, dw. 195 n Howard 
Goldsborouich W. W. 61 s Washington, F. P. 
Goldschmidt Sol. shoemaker, 123 s Bethel 
Goldsman Michael, wagoner, 10 n Eden 
Goldsmith Aaron L. dry goods, 47 n Howard 
Goldsmith E. 48 s High 
Goldsmith Eirbert S. bookkeeper, 149 Park 
H Goldsmith Eliza, 149 Park 

Goldsmith Harman, butcher, 81 Centre and 

102 Belair Markets, dw 11 n Chopiank 
Goldsmitli Herman, peddler, 5 Watson 
Goldsmith Jacob, 310 e Monument 
Goldsmith John S. second hand stoves, &c., 

38 "Douglass 
Goldsmith Jonas, teacher, 6 s Greene 
Goldsmith Joseph, (M. Behrend, Bro.& Co.) 

16 n Howard 
Goldsmith Lewis, tailor, II n Pine 
Goldsmith Lewis A. car driver, 25 Orchard 
Goldsmith Morris, glazier, 344 s Bond 
Goldsmith Mrs. Rachel, dry goods, 261 n Gay 
Goldsmith Reuben S. dry goods, 208 Aliceanna 
GOLDSMITH DR. ROBERT H., infirmary | 

for chronic disi-ases, 20 n Liberty, between ' 

Fayette and Lexington ; 

Goldsmith Samuel, butcher, 70 Hanover mar- ! 

ket, dw Cliester between Hampstead and 

Fayette 
Goldsmith Mrs. Samuel, 120 Burgundy al 
Goldsmith Samuel H. 85 n Calvert 
Goldstein Aaron, ink maker, 221 n Central a v 
Goldstein .lacob, cigar maker, over 36 Centre 

Market space 
Goldstein Mary, hosiery, 286 n Gay 
Goldstrom Abraham, clothing, 18 Harrison 
Goldstrom Moses, manufocturer of hats and 

caps, 248 Aliceanna 
Golibart Simon R. (Randolph, Golibart & 

Co.) 324 e Baltimore 
Golibart F. L. clerk, 99 s Fremont 
Golibart Jos. (Ely & Golibart,) 10 s Broadway 
Goll John, laborer, 132 McHenry 
Gombert Mary, 221 Scott 
Gomer Thomas, laborer, 70 Lancaster 
Gonce John T. laborer, 6 Rose 
Gonder Cornelius, blacksmith, 61 Lexington 
Gonder Jacob, stone cutter, 209 n Eutaw 
Gonder Wm. tobacconist, 167 Franklin 
Goner John, cabinet maker, 211 e Monument 
Gontrum Peter, shoemaker, 308 s Sharp 
Goodacre Daniel, clerk, 85 Albemarle 

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Goodall Alice, seamstress, 458 w Lombard 
Goodbrad George, butcher. Garrison la, n of 

Frederick road 
Good Nicholas, laborer, rear 184 Aliceanna 
Goode Mrs. Catherine, furniture dealer, 50 

Harrison 
Goode Wm. F. restaurant agent, 188 Pearl 
Goodhand Charles, clerk, 22 Camden 
Goodhand James B. carpenter, 87 n Calvert 
Goodhand John, clerk, 17 n Fremont 
Gooding Mrs. Eliza, 39)^ Courtland 
Goodloe T. W . salesman, 116 German 
Goodman Aaron, clothier, 75 n Howard, dw 

322 Saratoga 
Goodman Henry, clothier, 66 Centre Market 

space 
Goodman Isaac, second hand dealer, 62 Har- 
rison 
Goodman Jacob, machinist, 37 Scott 
Goodman Jacob, blacksmith, 147 Dover 
Goodman Joseph, cajimaker, 60 s Eutaw 
Goodman Joseph, clothier, 10 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
Goodman Josiah, clothier, 22 Centre Market 

space 
Goodman Lewis & Son, (Lewis Goodman, 

Solomon Goodman; house furnishinggoods, 

24 e Baltimore 
Goodman Lewis (Lewis Goodman & Son) 68 

Harrison 
Goodman Lewis, rags, 145 Orleans 
Goodman Mary, 66 s Carey 
Goodman Mrs. Maria, 241 s Paca 
Goodman Moses, clothier, 122 Barre 
Goodman Samuel, tailor, 61 s Howard 
Goodman Seigel, teacher, 84 Harrison 
Goodman Solomon,, (Lewis Goodman & Son) 

68 Harrison 
Goodman Winnebald, tailor, 325 n Central av 
Goodman Wm. mariner, 56 Hi nrietta 
Goodmanson John J. tinner, 325 n Eutaw 
Goodrick George W. carpenter, over 69 w 

Second 
Goodrick Thomas T. carpenter, 156 n Eutaw 
Goodruff Wm. blacksmith, 87 n Poppleton 
Goodspeed Mrs R. R 179 Garden 
Goodwin Charles, cashier Franklin bank, 209 

w Lombard 
Goodwin James W. engineer, 255 Gough 
Goodwin Jas., wheelwright, 302 Harford av 
Goodwin Juliet, grocer, 99 Mullikin 
Goodwin Lyde, clerk. Sheriff 's office, dw 34 

n Front 
Goodwin Mrs. Mary, 23 Abbot 
Goodwin Patrick, horse shoer, 147 Dover 
GOODWIN THOMAS, dry "zoods cdlmmis- 

sion merchant, 12 Hanover, dw 29 Hollins 
Goodwin Wm. conductor P. W. &■ B. B. R., 

93 Gough 
Goon Thomas, drayrfian, 644 w Pratt , 

Gootee Henry P., clerk, 358 e Baltimore 
Gootee Geo. S. clerk, 358 e Baltimore 
Gootee Kelly, (Gootee, Mowljray & Co.) 

Mansion house, n w cor Fayette and St. 

Paul 
Gootee, Mowbray & Co. (Wm. H. Gootee, 

J. E iMowbray, K. Gootee) commission 

merchants, 60 s Calvert 
Gootee Sarah A. 358 e Baltimore 
Gootee Wm. H. (Gootee, Mowbray & Co.) 

Caroline Co. 
Goran James, laborer, 15 Hull 
Gordan Mrs. Anna, 188 Conway 

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Gordon Mrs. Anna, s w cor Mount Vernon 

and Washington places 
Gordon Lieut. A. M E. 105 s Eden 
Gordon Basil F. med. student, 133 n Charles 
Gordon Mrs. Basil B. 133 n Charles 
Gordon Bartholomew, grocery, s e cor Front 

and Exeter 
Gordon Charles M. clerk, 105 s Eden 
Gordon Daniel, engineer, 67 Granby 
Gordon David, baker, 72 Albemarle 
Gordon Eliza, 42 Pearl 
Gordon Mrs. Elizabeth, 154 Hoffman 
Gordon George W., Judge of Appeal Tax 

Court, 105 s Eden 
Gordon George B. silversmith, over 46 Holli- 

day, dw 276 Greenmount av 
Gordon 1. N. 96 Lee 

Gordon Jas. A. bricklayer, 192 n Caroline 
Gordon Dr. Jas. W. VV. 545 w Fayette 
Gordon James, horse dealer, 106 German 
Gordon James A. F. clerk, 105 s Eden 
Gordon James, laborer, 150 Greenmount av 
Gordon James, blacksmith, 94 Grundy 
Gordon John, blacksmith, 129 Vine 
Gordon John, laborer, 143 e Lombard 
Gordon Joseph, shoemaker, 195 n Dallas 
Gordon Joseph, cooper, 102 n Fremont 
Gordon Josiah, cigar maker, 304 Mulberry 
Gordon Ladevolson C. sutler, 51S w Fayette 
Gordon Martin, laborer, 19 Pleasant al 
Gordon Patrick, tavern, 34 President 
Gordon Wm. E. clerk Appeal Tax Court, 105 

s Eden 
Gordon Wm. A. machinist, 1 Chatsworth 
Gordon Wm. H. coachmaker, 360 Saratoga 
Gordon Wm. chair painter, 154 w Hoffman 
Gordon Wm. 103 w Monument 
Gordschell Fred'k D. butcher, 38 Dolphin 
Gordschell Dr. Geo. W. 163 n Fremont 
Gordy Julia, 55 Milliman 
Gore Jacob W. blacksmith, 116 Scott 
Gorge John W. carpenter, 1.33 Dolphin 
Gore John W. clerk, 22 IJarnet 
GORGAS DR. FERDINAND J. S. dentist. 

43 Hanover 
Gorges John, cigar maker, 112 s Sharp 
Gorgous Frederick A. barber, 5 n Park 
GORMAN ARNOLD T. restaurant, 55 Cen- 
tre Market space 
Gorman Bryan, grocery, 79 Richmond 
Gorman Henry, blacksmith, 83 s Spring 
Gorman Henry, blacksmith, 214 Raborg 
Gorman John, clerk, 79 Riciimond 
Gorman John, fruit, 6U s Howard 
Gorman Mary, dressmaker, 681 Mulberry 
Gormar Matthew J. clerk, 79 Richmond 
Gorman Mrs. .\1. B. milliner, 7 e Fayette 
Gorman Patrick, boiler maker, 28 Hughes 
Gorman Robert, soldier, 5 Wagon al 
Gorman Wm. E. sailmaker, 106 s Eden 
Gorman Wm. (Gorman & Lyles,) 91 s Wash- 
ington, F. P. 
Gormley James, laborer, 152 Chester 
Gormley John, tinner, Paca near German, dw 

349 Lexington 
Gormley Thomas J. painter, 110 Saratoga 
Gormley Mrs. Thos J. milliner, 110 Saratoga 
Gornall Richard, brass finisher, 61 North 
Gorrell Robert B. soldier, 8 Cornet 
Gorrick James, carter, 61 Elliott 
Gorsuch Columbus, mariner, 68 Durst al 
GORSUCH JEHU, City Commissioner, 
Mayor's office, dw 78 n High 



Gorsuch James, ship carpenter, 32 Laurel 
Gorsuch John T. conductor City Pass. R. 276 

Aisquith 
Gorsuch Levin, oyster dealer, 247 Canton av 
Gorsucji Lydia, 185 s Chapel 
Gorsuch Mrs. Mary, 68 Durst al 
Gorsuch Nelson R. 187 n High 
Gorsuch Nicholas, hatter, 121 n Bond 
Gorsuch Noah F. clerk, 250 Saratoga 
GORSUCH PEREGRINE, conveyancer, 32 

St. Paul, dw 227 Aisquith 
Gorsuch Rezin H. hardware, 106 n Gay 
Gorsuch Robert, clerk tobacco warehouse No. 

5, Gilmor near Franklin 
Gorsuch Robert, 193 Franklin 
Gorsuch Thomas J. tailor, 100 e Fayette 
Gorsuch Wm. hook and ladder No. 2, 100 ^ 

Eutaw 
Gorsuch Wm G. carpenter and builder, Clay 

near Liberty, dw 100 n Eutaw 
Gorsuch Zechariah, moulder, 37 Jefferson 
Gorter G. O. consul for Belgium and commis. 

merch. 52 s Gay, dw 71 Cathedral 
Gorter G. 0. clerk, 71 Cathedral 
Gorton Alonzo M. clerk, 652 w Lombard 
Gorton Mrs. Caroline M. 652 w Lombard 
Gorton Wm. S. nightman, 147 s Ann 
Gosdon Thoma.s, professor of music, 19 w 

Baltimore 
Goseman John, baker, 73 Aisquith 
Gosley Daniel, seaman, 189 e Baltimore 
Goslin James, machinist, Mound near Ca- 
thedral 
Goslin T. H. (Wm. S. Goslin & Son,) 206 e 

Monument 
Goslin Upton S. blacksmith, 91 s Poppleton 
..fioslin Wm. S. CVVm. S. Goslin & Son,) 206 -A 

e Monument 
GOSLIN WM. S. & SON, (W. S. Goslin, 

T. H. Goslin,) commis. merch'ts,51 South 

GOSMAN ADAM J., Pharmaceut- 
ist, (successor to Mackenzie & Co.) 
Family Medicine and Prescrip- 
tion store, N. E. corner of Balti- 
more and Gay. 

Gosman Fratik, cooper, 31 s Durham 
Gosman John, baker, 349 e Eager 
Gosman Marie, 66 n Eden 
Gosnell Charles, druggist, 173 Penna av 
Gosneil Elizabeth, Hudson al near Federal 
Gosnell Eliza, Baker near Division 
Gosnell Emiline, Reservoir av 
Gosnell Mrs. Esther, dressmaker, 163 Ensor 
Gosnell Enoch, police, 202 Forrest 
Gosnell Francis M. carpenter, 457 w Lom- 
bard 
Gosnell George T. carpenter, 365 Franklin 
Gosnell George W. commission merchant, 

Light-st wharf, dw 210 e Madison 
Gosnell George, painter, 168 Ensor 
Gosnell Jesse T. carpenter. 111 Preston 
Gosnell John T. silver plater, 147 w Fayette, 

dw 29 Chatsworih 
Gosnell John P. clerk, 210 e Madison 
Gosnell Lemuel W. assessor, 7 Waverly ter- 
race 
Gosnell Luther R. conductor, 126 Boyd 
Gosnell Matthew T. clerk, 23 n Calvert 
Gosnell Nancy, tailoress, 2 Hudson al 



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Gosnell Philip H. merc't tailor, 443 Saratoga 
Gosnell Mrs. Rebecca, 144 Preston 
Gosnell Rufus B. conductor, 126 Boyd 
Gosnell Susan, 13 Josephine 
Gosnell Thomas, carpenter, 210 e Madison 
Gosnell Walter E. conductor, 126 Boyd 
Gosnell Washington L. carpenter, 453 w 

Lombard 
Gosnell Wm. L. clerk Harden Express, 7 

Carey, VVaverly terrace 
Gosnell Wm. T. machinist, 138 McHenry 
Goss Winfield S. 314 n Eutaw 
Gossage John, carpenter, 153 n Caroline 
Gossman John B. cooper, 233 e Lombard 
Gossnian John Philip, laborer, 210 s Chapel 
Gossman Nicholas, laborer, Orchard near 

Franklin 
Gossnell Elizabeth, 91 n Amity 
Gosvveiler Daniel, lime, 85 Preston 
Gosweiler Solomon, can maker, 2 Preston 
Gotten George L. butcher, rear of 67 n Gay 
Gott Catharine, 83 w Centre 
Gott Jacob, architect, 526 Lexington 
Gott Mrs. Jane, 43 Hillen 
Gott Jackson C. carpenter, 31 n Paca, dw526 

Lexington 
Gott John, hackman, 4 Phenix row, Hillen 
Gott Joseph T segar maker, 155 w Hoffman 
Gott Wm. carpenter, 155 w Hoffman 
Gotte Carson, confectioner, 123 Eastern av 
Gottfriet Oetterer, baker, 193 e Eager 
Gottleben Peter, shoemaker, 255 n Eden 
Gottleib Philip, butcher, 49 Belair market, dw 

n e cor Madison and Castle al 
Gottlehuet Mrs. Eva, 153 Burgundy al 
Gottschalk Adolph, cooper, 218 s Durham 
Gottschalk Albert, (Gottschalk & Spilman,) 

48 Portland 
GOTTSCHALK & SPILMA.N, (A. Gotts- 
chalk, C. Spilman,) dealers in liquors, &c., 
32 Light 
Gottschalt Henry, tobacconist, 113 Penna. av 
Gotse Henry, wood sawyer, 257 Canton av 
Gotz George, barber, ]2 Sterrett 
Gniz Henry, tavern, 220 s Caroline 
Gouily Alfred, clerk, 418 w Lombard 
Gonijh Mrs. Ann, laundress, over 9 s Front 
Gougli Pyncdict, (B. R. Spalding & Co.) 86 

n Cliailes 
Gougli Benedict, (C. G. de Garmendia & Co ) 

8G n C'h:ii-les 
Gough Dr. Dixon, 70 s Sharp 
Gougli F. 8 Watson 

Gough Hiirry D. weigher of live stock, west- 
ern cattli' siales, 23 n Calvert 
Gough James, marble worker, H Orbital 
Gough Joseph H. harness maker, 103 Chats- 
worth 
Gough Thomas W. clerk, 472 Lexington 
Gough Wm. laborer, l6 Orbital 
Gould Mrs. -Amelia, confectionery and variety 

store, 3b5 w Baltimore 
GOULD BENJ. F. 580 w Fayette 
Gould, Dukes & Co., (T. IS' . Gould, J. R. 
Dukes & W. G. Nicholson,) commisfsiun 
merchants, 102 Liglit-st wharf 
Gould Capt. Edward, mariner, 148 s Bond 
Gould Edmund G. salesman, 34 s flish 
Gould James A. (Marriott & Gould,) 17 n 

Strieker 
Gould James, chronometers, watches, &c. ICO 

w Baltimore, dw 38 Franklin 
Gould John, porter, 83 Albemarle 



Gould John G. 74 e Lombard • 

Gould John R., Adam's Express Co. 35 w 

Baltimore 
Gould Mrs. M. J. P. milliner, 464 w Balti- 
more 
Gould Mrs. Maggie, 146 n Howard 
Gould Thomas N. (Gould, Dukes & Co.) 3 

Courtland 
Gould Wm. Wallace, 580 w Fayette 
Gould Zaccheus, clerk, 7 Poultney 
Goulden Bernard, shoemaker, 120 s High 
Goulden James, laborer, 13 Webster al 
Goulden Patrick, laborer, 18 Sterrett 
Goaley Louis, jr. vegetalde medicine dealer, 

60 w Baltimore, dw 35 s High 
Gourlcy Geo. laborer, 73 Richmond 
Gourley Capt, James, 18 n Eden 
Gourley James, blacksmith, 48 n Bond 
Gousha Napoleon B. carpc nter, 191 East 
Gover Charles P. clerk, 7 n High 
Gover Edward L. clerk, 7 High 
Gover Geo. P. clerk, 5 Aisquith 
Gover George P. (Gover, Hardesty & Co.) 5 

Aisquith 
GOVER & GARDNER, (H. T. Gover, A. 
S. Gardner,) com. merchants, 110 w Lom- 
bard 
Gover, Hardesty & Co. (G. P. Gover, F. 
H. Hardesty,) stock and exchange brokers, 
162 w Baltimore 
Gover Henry T. (Gover & Gardner,) 385 w 

Fayette 
Gover Jesse, clerk, 385 w Fayette 
GOVER PHILIP & CO. (P. Gover & G. S. 
McCullough,) exchange brokers, 22 w Bal- 
timore. 
Gover Robert, 180 Madison av 
Gover Robert, clerk, 5 Aisquith 
GOVER SAMUEL H. auctioneer and com- 
mis.sion merchant, 84 w Baltimore, dw 7 n 
High 
Government Warehouses, 8, 9, 10, 11,0'Don- 

nell's wharf 
Government Warehouse, 12 Balderston 
Govctt Mrs. Frederica, Fulton bet. Franklin 

and Lexington 
Go wan, Wm. laborer, 3G6 Ostend 
Gowdey James, salesman, 183 w Baltimore 
Gpratity Henry, tailor, 315 e Madison 
Graban Wm. music teacher, 130 w Fayette 
Grabe Henry, box makrr, 255 Cross 
Graber John, cutter, 56 Greenmount av 
Grace Aaron, shoemaker, 560 Saratoga 
Grace Mrs. C. A. 179 n Howard 
Grace James H. carpenter, 257 e Madison 
Grace James C. watchman,^37 s Frederick 
Grace John C. tailor, 92 York 
Grace Teresa A. 82 s High 
Gracey Benj. M. clerk, 113 Aisquith 
Gracey Elizabeth, 252 e Fayette 
Gracey Henry, carpenter, 28 e Eager 
Gracey Hugh, bricklayer, 159 e Monument 
Gracey Thomas, laborer, 21 Barnes 
Gracey Thomas, carpenter, 28 e Eager 
Gracey Wm. carpenter, 28 e Eager 
Gracisuman John, clerk, 82 s High 
GRADWHOLE. C. dry goods store, 148 

Camden 
Gradwhol Martin, ship carpenter, 222 Canton 

avenue 
Grady Frank T. bookkeeper, 24 South 
Grady James, freight agent Baltimore Steam- 
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Grady John, shoemaker, 1 Lovely lane 
Grady Mary M. J. 217 Aisquith 
Graeber John, tailor, 56 Greenmount av 
Graef Conrad, grocery, 31 Brown 
Graef Peter, tobacconist, 91 n Caroline 
Graemer Charles, tinner, 3 State 
Graeser Augustus, jiiano maker, 50 Oregon 
Graes John, engineer, 34 Holiday 
Graeve Theodore, saddler, 333 s Charles 
Graf Conrad, carpenter, 144 e Central av 
GRAF & ENGLER, (F. B. Graf, A C. En- 
gler,) foreign exchange and bill brokers, 
over 18 w Second 
Graf Frederick B. (Graf & Engler,) vice 
consul for Sweden and Norway, over 18 w 
Second, dw 87 St. Paul 
Graf Lewis, cap maker, 49 Portland 
Grafee Edward, cabinet maker, 9 Clay 
Graff Araminta, 66 s Ann 
Grafi' E. Beatty, attorney, n e cor South and 

Second, dw Gilmor s of Franklin 
Graff Rev. Jas. J . clerk P. O., 40 n Calhoun 
Graff J. clerk P. C, 40 n Calhoun 
Graff John D. 2n Eden 
Graff John, laborer, 189 s Durham 
Graff John, cooper, 331 s Bond 
Graff Peter, shoemaker, 276 s Dallas 
GraffThomas R. sliip joiner, 154 Gough 
Grafflin Emily, 274 Lexington 
Giafflin George W. clerk, McCulloh near 

])olphin 
Grafflin George W. 77 South, dw 296 w 

Lombard 
GRAFFLIN JACOB W. lumber and tre- 
nails, cor of Canton and Falls avs. dw 113 
McCulloh 
GRAFFLIN JOHN C. proprietor Baltimore 
bag factory, 75 and 77 South, dw 238 Mad- 
ison av 
GRAFFLIN JOSEPH, deputy sheriff, 128 e 

Grundy 
Graft John, laborer, 226 Washington, F. H. 
Graft Thomas J. butcher, 21 Richmond Mar- 
ket, dw Point la nr Greenmount Cemetery 
Graft Thomas, butcher, 17 Rock 
Grafton Mrs. K. 70 Courtland 
Grafton McHenry, (Meixsel & Grafton,) 70 

Courtland 
Grafton Samuel H. tobacconist, Division nr 

Clifton 
Graham Alexander, carpenter, 400 s Charles 
Graham Amanda, 40 e Fayette 
Graham Amelia J. boarding, 39 Mt. Vernon 

place 
Graham Andrew, tobacconist, 337 n Gay, dw 

87 Aisquith 
Graham Mrs Ann, teacher, 400 s Charles 
Graham Anne, hat trimmer, 71 Constitution 
Graham Benjamin, police, 356 Canton av 
GRAHAM & BRIGHT, (J. Graham, R. A. 
Bright,) painters and glaziers, 67 Saratoga 
Graham Maj. Campbell, 64 Franklin 
Graham Daniel, cabinetmaker, 11 Edward, 

dw 111 Jefferson 
Graham David, (W. F. Cooke & Co.) s w cor 

Madison and Garden 
Graham Edward, 1G9 n CentVal av 
Graham Capt. G. R mariner, 172 s Charles 
Graham George G. printer, 166 Hanover 
Graham James R. photographer, 159 w Balti- 
more, dw 85 Chew 
Graham James R. clerk, 107 Jefferson 
Graham James, engineer, 25 Fountain 



Graham James, laborer, 25 Ryan 
Graham Jeanot, 242 Howard 
GRAHAM JOHN, soap and candle manu- 
facturer, s w cor Caroline and Canton av 
Graham John, brass moulder, 349 Forrest 
Graham John, (Graham & Bright,) 248 Ais- 
quith 
GRAHAM JOHN T. com. merchant, 2 Bible 

House, 75 w Fayette, dw 52 Fulton 
Graham John, tinner, 217 s Paca 
Graham Josejih R. H. bookkeeper, 42s Sharp 
Graham & Le Baron, (Wm. Graham & C. 
Le Baron,) ladies wholesale shoe manufac- 
turers, 346 w Baltimore 
Graham Maggie J. teacher, 318 n Eutaw 
Graham Marietta W. 86 w Hoffman 
Graham Matilda, 187 n Howard 
Graham Michael, huckster, Harford av near 

city limits 
Graham Patrick, laborer, 25 Ryan 
Graham Richard W. solicitor, 40 n Calvert 
Graham Robert, shoemaker, 37 Abbot 
Graham Robert C. carpenter, 110 n Schroeder 
Graham Robert E. clerk, 123 Conway 
Graham Sarah A. 71 s Ann 
Graham Wm. oil and lamfis, 379 w Pratt 
Graham Wm. superintendent Soldier's Rest, 

127 West 
Graham Wm. furniture, 138 Franklin, dw 

109 Jefferson 
GRAHAM WM. H. agent Brown Bros. & 

Co. 54 Cathedral 
Graham Wm. R. 86 w Hoffman 
Graham Wm. (Graham & Le Baron,) 266 n 

Gay 
Grahame Richard W. agent, 9 North 
Grain John M. furn. wagoner, 205 Gough 
Gramell Kuhn, (Schaumburg & Co.) 353 s 

Charles 
Grammer Henry, shoemaker, 70 s Fremont 
GRAMMER Rtv. JULIUS E. 21 s Sharp 
Grammer Samuel, provision store. §1 Lex- 
ington 
Granal John, soldier, 258 e Chase 
Grandeman Carl, porter, 112 Hamburg 
Graninger J. shoemaker, 15 Courtland 
Granger Charles T. soldier, 109 Saratoga 
GRANGER FRANCIS, tavern, 204 Lexing- 
ton 
Granger George, detective, 234 s Sharp 
GRANGER GE(JRGE R. 185 w Lombard 
Granger Henry, 185 w Lombard 
Granger James, painter, 8 New 
Granger John F. confectioner, 109 Saratoga 
Granger John F.jr. painter, 109 Saratoga 
Granger Levin H. wood dealer, 27 Warren 
Granger Matthew, tobacconist, 109 n Howard 
Granger Wm. H tobacconist, 117 n Howard 
Grannan B''rnard, machinist, 39 Valley 
Granrutli Mary A. 265 s Bond 
Granruth Wm. mariner, 265 s Bond 
Grant Mrs. Alice, 494 w Baltimore 
Grant Geo. trader, 41 Portland 
Grant George, 48 e Pratt 
Grant James, laborer, 83 York 
Grant J. Hope, bookkeeper, Biddle near Caro- 
line 
Grant John M. assist. U. S. assessor 15th 

ward, 144 Hanover 
Grant John W. pattern maker, 282 n Eutaw 
Grant Mary, laundress, 16 St. James 
Grant Robert, gas fitter, 30 s Broadway 
Grant Wm. pattern maker, 282 n Eutaw 



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Grant Xennphon, hatter, 494 w Baltimore 
Grantlan Charles, lithographer, 98 s Bond 
Granzebech Henry, shoemakej, 240 s Sharp 
Granzer John, tailor and scourer, 6 Bank la 
Grape Andrew, trunk nfiaker, 133 e Monu- 
ment 
Grape Mrs. Charlotte, ]37 e Monument 
Grape Geo. S. teacher, 137 e Monument 
Grape Jacob, bacon, 119 Hillen, d\v 97 
Grape John, wood, 36 Gran by 
Grape John T. clerk. Chase near Caroline 
Grape John W. tinner, 122 n Eden 
Grape Joseph, clerk, 3C Granby 
Grape Mary, 237 Lee 
Grape Thomas E. clerk, 36 Granby 
Grape Samuel, tinner, 36 Granby 
Grape Winfield S. clerk, 97 Hillen 
Grape Wm. H. carpenter, 137 e Monument 
Grasin Augustus, piano maker, 50 s Oregon 
Grassbach Antone, brewer, 193 Frederick av 
Grass John, laborer, rear of 27 Fawn 
Grass John, paper hanger, 148 Raborg 
Gratten Adelia, boarding, 14 w Baltimore 
Grattan Thos. L. gas fitter and plumber, 723 

w Baltimore, dw 14 
Gratton Geo. 32 n Front 
Gratzan Adam, tailor, 19 e Lombard 
Graff Nicholas, shoemaker, 164 Sarah Ann 
Grau August, tailor. Gay st. extended 
Grau Francis, shoemaker, 96 n Dallas 
Grau George, tailor, 75 s Regester 
Grau Thomas, shoemaker, 332 e Lombard 
Graue Herman H. (VVm. Wilkins & Co.) 

Baltimore county 
Grauer Ignatius, dry goods, 159^2 n Gay 
Grauer Ignatius, dry goods, 239 s Charles 
Grauer Samuel, tobacconist, 646 w Baltimore 

and 170 w Pratt, dw 646 w Baltimore 
Grauling Henry, tailor, 357 s Charles 
Graupner Frederick, shoemaker, 47 e Fayette 
Grausmesk John, 34 Bank • 
Gravenstine Jas. H. wire worker, 18 s Exeter 
Graver Lewis, tailor, 66 s High 
Graves George W. clerk, 9 Walker 
Graves Dr. John J., Windsor Mill road 
Graves John, mariner, 42 Cross 
Graves Mrs. Pierce, nurse, 182 n Exeter 
Gravier Mde. P. teacher of French and danc- 
ing, 97 St. Paul ^ 
Gray Adams, ship master, 197 Garden 
Gray Mrs. Adelaide, milliner, 45 s Caroline 
Gray Alexander P. shoemaker, 68 e Fayette 
Gray Andrew, (Kelsey&. Gray,) 197 Garden 
Gray Ann M. 110 Hamburg 
Gray Mrs. Ann, 48 Mulberry 
Gray Bernard, tavern, 46 Buren 
Gray Charles E. brickmaker, 142 s.Paca 
Gray David W. (Pearce & Gray,) 72 Mc- 

Culloh 
Gray Elizabeth, confectionery, 670 w Balti- 
more 
Gray Mrs. Emeline, 231 e Lombard 
Gray E. jr. jeweler, 222Earre 
Gray Ezekiel, jeweler, 222 Barre 
Gray Francis E. painter, 140 Bank 
Gray Francis W. detective, 96 s Bond 
Gray Geo. W. clerk, 19 s Bond 
Gray Henry C. bookkeeper, 288 e Pratt 
Gray Hugh, tallow chandler, 541 e Madison 
Gray J. Albert, clerk, 197 Garden 
Gray James, foundryman, 50 Henrietta 
Gray James, agent, 670 w Baltimore 
Gray James A. painter, 138 Bank 



Gray James E. shoemaker, 50 Henrietta 

Gray James, carpenter, 304 Hollins 

Gray John, mariner, 309 e Lombard 

Gray John J. sailmaker, 13 Thames 

Gray John, huckster, 92 Gough 

Gray John T. shoemaker, 104 Chew 

Gray J. Joseph, sailmaker, Ramsay's wharf, 

dw 50 s Broadway 
Gray Jonathan J. carpenter, 225 Harford av 
GRAY MANUFACTURING CO. oiRce 13 

Lexington, Charles Marean, agent 
Gray Mrs. Mary A. 139 Dover 
Gray Patrick, drayman, 109 Dover 
Gray Patrick, laborer, 109 Dover 
Gray Samuel, sailor, 3 Wills 
Gray Sarah, 147 s Ann 

Gray Thomass J. cabinet maker, 48 Mul- 
berry 
Gray Wm. hospital steward, 22 s Bond 
Gray Wm. expressman, 122 Saratoga 
Gray Wm. brakesman, 664 w Pratt 
Gray Wm hackman,28l n Eutaw 
Gray Wm. M. (Sheckels & Gray,) 315 Mul- 
berry 
Gray Wm. E. paper hanger, 25 Thomsen 
Gray Wm. hattei', 16 Thomsen 
Graydon Charles, carter, 156 n High 
Grayson John, 235 Conway 
Greasen Aclam P. cooper, 113 Albemarle 
Greaser Peter, laborer, 10 Hammond al 
Greasley Charles, butcher, 9 Hichmond and 
18 Hanover markets, dw Penna. av ex- 
tended 
Greasley Jacob F. butcher, 12 Richmond mar- 
ket, dw Penna. av near Northern av 
Greason Mrs. Eliza, 252 Lee 
Greason John, blacksmitli, 204 German 
Greason Thos. huckster, 204 German 
GreateMrs. Catherine, 71 Druid Hillav 
Greaves Teresa, confect. 74 Johnson 
Greaves Wm. laborer, 74 Johnson 
Greb Peter, grocer, 170 n Howard 
Greble Andrew, shoemaker, 4 China 
Greble Benjamin, stone and earthenware man- 
ufacturer, 76 Ensor, dw Eager betw Har- 
ford av and Valley 
Greble Christian, 109 Eastern av 
Grebner Adam, laborer, 95 s Chapel 
Grebe John, wheelwright, 34 n Bond 
Grcela Casper, laborer 10 Barnes 
Greely John, sailor, 117 s Durham 
Greely Patrick, laborer, 2 Diamond 
Greely Patrick, laborer, 104 Happy al 
Greely Patrick, laborer, 200 Lexington 
Grefe Louis, grocer, n e cor Paca and Dover 
Gremm Elias, barber, 36 Somei-set 
Green Amon, cotton manufacturer, 70 Hillen 
Green Augustus, (Wm. H. Green & Bro.) 

488 Lexington 
Green Andrew, (Green & Hoffman,) 219 

Peirce 
Green Andrew, huckster, 383 n Gay 
Green Ann, 107 s High 
Green Charles A. carpenter, 167 s Paca 
Gieen Charles B. 130 n High 
Green Cordelia, tavern, 27 Short 
Green Cornelius, barber, 31 and 68 w Pratt, 

dw31 
Green Edward J. clerk, 201 n Eutaw 
Green Mrs. Edward, 238 n Howard 
Green Emma, teacher, 167 s Paca 
Green ICli H. machinist, n w cor Fayette and 
Fulton 



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Green Mrs. Elizabeth, 215 Conway- 
Green Franklin, mariner, 63 Lancaster 
Green George M. bricklayer, 72 n Fremont 
Green Geoi-ge T. house and sign painter, 51 

South, dw 35 Jackson 
Green Mrs. Hannah, 31 w Pratt 
Green Henry, sr. 16 s Carey 
Green Henry, jr. police, 55 s Schroeder 
Green Henry H. currier, 41 Pearl 
Green Henry L. gas filler, 10 Fall 
Green Hester, seamstress, 19 Sterrett 
Green & Hoffman, (A. 0. Green, H. Hoff- 
man,) coachmakers, 167 w Lombard 
Green Horace A. printer, 101 n Front 
Green Mrs. Isaac, 147 Hoffman 
Green Jacob, lime and hair, 44 Buren, dw 

292 e Chase 
Green James, 147 Barre 
Green James machinist, 241 Forrest 
Green Jas. H. boiler maker, 185 n Central av 
Green John W. tobacco pipe maker, 101 n 

Front 
Green John, barber, 33 Granby 
Green John, moulder, 162 Conway 
Green Capt. John M. 18 Lexnigton 
Green John, paver, 15 Sterrett 
Green John, scavenger, 38 Williamson al 
Green John N. cooper, 596 w Pratt 
Green John G. machinist, 15 Sterrett 
Green John J. manuf. of mill picks and facing 
hammers. Centre 4 doors w of Holiday, dw 
119 Grundy 
Green John, superintendent American Tele- 
graph company, 288 Harford av 
Green John D. soldier, 220 Mulberry 
Green John, printer, 16 s Carey 
Green John, blacksmith, 511 w Lombard 
Green Josephine, seamstress, 26 Chatsworth 
Green Joseph, huckster, 257 Columbia 
Green Joseph D. blacksmith, 75 Gough 
Green Joseph N. carpenter, 25 Carlton 
Green Joshua H. machinist, 120 Jefferson 
Green Joseph, laborer, 192 L. Constitution 
Green Joseph, grocer, 51 Chatsworth 
Green Joshua, rectifier of liquors, 220 Mul- 
berry 
Green Joshua, jr. soldier, 220 Mulberry 
Green Louisa A. boarding, 60 n Central av 
Green Mary Ann, 101 n Front 
Green Mrs. Margaret, 2 Hudson al 
Green Michael, laborer, 107 Peach al 
Green Mrs. M. E. 419 w Pratt 
Green Mrs. Nancy, 26 Chatsworth 
Green Nicholas, laborer, 28 Burke 
Green Patrick, laborer, 45 s Dewberry al 
Green Philander, 4 n Liberty 
Green R. (Cooke & Green,) Baltimore co 
Green Richard C. cooper, cor Patterson and 

Cable, dw 167 s Paca 
Green Richard M. blacksmith, 296 n Eutaw 
Green Samuel, butcher, 64 Belair market, dw 

Point la near Greenmount Cemetery 
Green Samuel, shoemaker, 80 s Caroline 
Green Samuel, huckster, 36 n Spring 
Green Susett, dressmaker, 24 Ensor 
Green Thomas, moulder, 162 Conway 
Green Thomas, laborer. 111 Dover 
Green Thomas, gardener, 113 n Eutaw 
Green Thomas J. cjerk, 41 Pearl 
Green Thomas T. tavern, 56 Thames 
Green Thomas M. (Green &■ Yoe,) 93 Ais- 

quith 
Green Thomas, carpenter, 24 Ensor 



Green ThoYnas, 106 York 

Green Thomas, laborer, 45 s Dewberry al 

Green Thomas, mariner, 386 vv Eager 

Green Mrs. Virginia, 536 Lexington 

Green Wm F. tailor, 222 w Pratt 

Green Wm. F. carpenter, 150 Druid Hill av 

Green Wm. H. & Bro. (W. H. Green, P. A. 

Green,) provision dealers, 488 Lexington 
Green Wm. H. (Wm. H. Green & Bro.) 486 

Lexington 
Green Capt. Wm. H. mariner, 107 s High 
Green Wm. H. conductor, 211 Lee 
Green Wm. P. restaurant, 48 e Lombard 
GREEN & YOE, (T. M. Green, B. R. Yoe,) 

grocers, 88 w Baltimore 
Greenawald Michael, grocery, 252 s Bond 
Greenbaum Isaac & Sons, fancy dry goods, 

200 s Broadway 
Greenbaum Isaac, (asient,) tailor and clothier, 

146 w Pratt, dw 103 e Lombard 
Greenbaum Isaac, tailor, 216 s Broadway 
Greenbaum Marks, 260 w Pratt 
Greenbaum Meyer, clothier, s w cor Forrest 

and Front, dw 168 n Front 
Greenbaum Nathan G. grocer, 157 Orleans 
Greenbaum Simon, dry goods, 204 s Broad- 
way 
Greenbaum Wolfe, grocery, 417 Saratoga 
Greenburg Hannah, 108 s Spring 
Greeneisen Adam, merchant tailor, 316 w 

Pratt 
Greener Henry, lithographer, 2 Jefferson 
Greenewald Catherine, junk shop, 64 n Spring 

GREENFIELD AQUILLA H. 
Hardware and House Furnishing 
Goods, 167 Lexington, dw. 261 
Saratoga. 

GREENFIELD CALEB W. wholesale and 
retail dealer in hardware, iron and tin toys, 
236 Lexington, dw 330 w Fayette 
Greenfield Harriet M. 261 Saratoga 
Greenfield Thomas K. ship joiner, ^9 s High 
Greenfield Wm. E. carpenter, 50 Jefferson 
Greenhart John, shoemaker, over 80 Centre 

Market space 
Greenhood Aaron, baker, 80 Harrison 
Greenieg John, laborer, 348 William 
Greenleaf C. R. asst. surgeon U. S. A. 51 

Lexington 
Greenley Ann M. 119 Columbia 
Greenley Wm. E. police, 178 n Caroline 
Greenlich Lewis, shoemaker, 23 s Caroline 
GREENMOUMT CEMETERY office, 1 

Courtland 
Greensfelder & Brother, (J. Greensfelder, S. 

Greensfelder) fancy goods, 25 n Howard 
Greensfelder Bernard, 32 s Exeter 
Greensfelder Henry, fancy dry goods, 311 w 

Baltimore, dw 22 s Exeter 
Greensfelder Joseph, (Greensfelder & Bro.,) 

169 w Fayette 
Greensfelder Moses. Novelty Ruffle Company, 

over 311 w Baltimore, dw 126 e Baltimore 
Greensfelder Simon, 10 s Exeter 
Greensfelder Samuel, (Greensfelder J^i Bro.,) 

213 Saratoga 
Greensteen Simon, dry goods, 190 s Broad- 
way 
Greentree Albert, clothier, 152 w Pratt, dw 
52 n Liberty 



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Greeiitret; Andrew D. painter, 373 Franklin 
Greentree Mrs. Caliierine, 373 Franklin 
Greeniree Dr. Hiram, apdthecary and drue;- 
gist, and coroner, s e cor Garden and Pres- 
ton 
■ Greentree Howard, salesman, 94 Druid Hillav 
Greentree Jacob, cl<jtliier, 843^ Centre Mar- 
ket space, dw 52 n Ijiberty 
Greenvill Joseph, laborer, 42 Binney 
GHEENWALD BENJ., military goods, 78 

n Eutaw 
Greenwald Mrs. Hannah, military goods. 72 

s Eutaw 
Greenwald S. cigar store, 191 w Pratt 
Green wall Leonard, horse jockey, 6 Central av 
Greenwalt A. B. clerk, 228 Harford av 
Greenway Edward M., jr., n w cor Mount 

Vernon and Washington places 
Greonway Edward M., sr., n w cor Mount 

Vernon and Washington places 
Greenway Wm. clerk, 17 Mulberry 
Greenway Mrs. Wm. T. 17 Mulberry 
Greenwell Ann, dress maker, 41 n Caroline 
Greenwood Chas. H. carpenter, 3 Cambridge 
Greenwood George Z. com. mer., 2 Bowly's 

wharf, dw 233 Hanover 
Greenwood Harriet A., 394 Lexington 
Greenwood Wm. D., clerk, 230 e Monument 
Greenwood Wm. hatter, 191 n Central av 
Greenwood Wm. S. hat agent, over 11 Light, 

dw s w cor Monument and Central av 
Greer Mrs. Adaline, seamstress, 75 Albe- 
marle 
Greer Alexander, sexton St. Paul's Church, 

8 Mulberry 
Greer Benjamin, clerk, 49 Fawn 
Greer Isaac, 60 n High 
Greer James, huckster, 204 Forrest 
Greer John H. restaurant, 42 n Caroline, dw 

60 e Baltimore 
Greer John J. clerk, 169 Madison av 
Greer ;Vlary, 169 Madison av 
Greer Robert A. 40 n Fremont 
Greer Rol)ert, shoemaker, 162 Chesnut 
Greer Sophia, 49 Fawn 
Greer Wm. 77 McElderry's wharf, dw n w 

cor Baltimore and High 
Greer Wm. furrier, 62 e Pratt 
Grees Richard, engineer, 24 Ramsey 
Greeshman Theodore, grocery and liquors, 56 

Clay 
Grefe Louis, grocer, 53 s Paca 
Gregg Andrew & Co., (Andrew Gregg, John 
Gregg, James Gregg) wholesale grocers, 
109 and in Franklin 
Gregg Andrew A., (Bayfield & Gregg) 155 

n Charles 
Gregg Annie .1. tailoress, s e cor Greene and 

Lo-iington 
. Gregg J. Newton, clerk, 425 w Fayelte 
Gregg James, (Andrew Gregg & Co.,) 58 

Franklin 
Gregg John, (Andrew Gregg & Co.) 126 n 

Charles 
Gregg .fohn H. clerk, 425 w Fayette 
Gregg Robert A. 43 Holliday 
Gregg Mrs. Susan, tailoress, 227 Henrietta 
Gregg Taylor, clerk, 425 w Fayette 
Gregg Wm. clerk, 425 w Fayette 
Gregory Ann R. 198 s Charles 
Gregory David, laborer, 160 s Wolfe 
Gregory Francis, 175 n Dallas 
Gregory Henry D. tobacconist, 196 s Charles | 



Gregory John, boiler maker, 30 Henrietta 
Gregory Henry N. painter, 113 s Regester 
Gregory John B. police, 74 Washington, F.H. 
Gregory John T. soldier, 30 Henrietta 
Gregory Joseph, laborer, 179 n Dallas 
Gregory Ahirtha, variety store, 119 Gough 
Gregory Mrs. Mary, 51 Harmony la 
Gregory Thos. O. cigar maker, 14 Henrietta 
Gregory William, ship carpenter, 137 s Eden 
Gregory William, plasterer, 102 Hoilins 
Greif David, 202 Aliceanna 
Greif Levi, tailor, 185 s Broadway 
Greifzu John M. carpenter, 104 s Caroline 
Gremm Ludwig, tailor, 469 w Baltimore 
Gremmel Jacob, Harford av near city limits 
Gremmel John, butcher, 119 Centre Market 
and 6 Belair Market, dw Harford av near 
city limits 
Grese Caspari, cabinet maker, 74 n Fremont 
Grese John, brewer, 34 Holiday 
Gresen Louis, night worker, 269 Eastern av 
Gresham Catherine, seamstress, 47 Chesnut 
Greshoff Francis A. gold and silversmith, 2 s 

Charles, dw 2 Watson 
Greenzlsback Henry, shoemaker, 240 s Sharp 
Grey H. Otis, clerk, Howard House 
Gremble John, mariner, 170 s Wolfe 
Grey Patrick, tanner, cor Holiday and Bath 
GREVES DAVID, grocer, 81 n Broadway 
Grezer Charles, laborer, 389 s Eutaw 
GRIQE EDWARD G. druggist, s w cor 
Baltimore and Broadway, dw 53 s Broadway 
Grice Mrs. Elizabeth, 177 Vine 
Grice Joseph P. druggist, 53 s Broadway 
Gridley John, custom house, 129 n Eden 
Grieff Martin, locksmith, 125 Franklin 
Griefzue Christian, cigar mak.,379 Canton av 
Griefzue John, carpenter, 47 Bank 
Grier Eleanor, 187 n Howard 
Grier Margaret, 187 n Howard 
Grier Dr. William, U. S. N., 187 n Howard 
Gries John G. wood and twist turner, 15 

Grant, dw 542 w Pratt 
Griese Adam, shoemaker, 54 Gough 
Grieser Mrs. Dora, gro-^ery, 500 \v Pratt 
Griesman Jacob, 276 s Dallas 
Griessmann Julius C. carpenter, 73 e Lombard 
Griest George, driver Harnden express, 58 

Hill 
Griest Geo. C. clerk, 58 Hill 
Griest Moses, commission merchant, 88 Light 

St wharf, dw 58 Hill 
Griest Joseph D. clerk, 58 Hill 
Griffenstine Jacob, 319 s Dallas 
Griffin Bridget, 2 Mulberry 
Griffin Charles, clerk, 225 Garden 
Griffin Charles H.. butcher, 34 Somerset 
Griffin Clara, seamstress, 27 Edward 
Griffin Edward, foreman Gazette office, 400 w 

Fayette 
Griffin Edward A. conductor, 80 s Carey 
Griffin Elleanor, 96 Albemarle 
Griffin George, millwright, 138 Cross 
Griffin George machinist, 79 Washington, 

F. H 
Griffin Henry, 376 e Baltimore 
Griffin Henry C. bookkeeper city collector's 

office, dw 13 Penn 
Griffin James, grocery, 31 w Chase 
Griffin James, shoemaker, 108 n Bond 
Griffin James, printer, 75 Eastern av 
Griffin John, plasterer, 367 Saratoga 
Griffin John M. tailor, 113 Hill 



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GrifRn John, laborer, 3 Foster al 

Griffin Luke, mariner, 10 Fish Market space 

Griffin Mary J. grocery, n w cor Caroline and 

Madison 
Griffin Mary A., grocery, 75 Eastern av 
Griffin Mrs. Mary'A. 77 n Pine 
Griffin Michael, laborer, 103 Vine 
Griffin Reverdy, clerk, 225 Garden 
Griffin Robert B., jr., (R. B. Griffin & Son) 

176 n Calvert 
Griffin Robert, plasterer, 24 McElderry 
Griffin Robert B. (R. B. Griffin & Son) 225 

Garden 
Griffin Robert J. carpenter, 213 Barre 
GRIFFIN ROBERT B. & SON, (R. B. Grif- 
fin, R. B. Griffin, jr.) boots, shoes, hats, 
caps and bonnets, 19 s Charles 
GRIFFIN THOMAS W. conveyancer and 
justice of the peace, 114 s Broadway, dw 
n e cor Pratt and Choptank 
Griffin Thomas, blacksmith, 134 Boyd 
Griffin Thomas E. clerk, 150 s Paca 
Griffin Timothy, fruit, 10 Orleans 
Griffin Wm. butcher, 481 e Baltimore 
Griffin Wm. clerk, 225 Garden 
Griffiss Anthony, iron roller, 28 Bank 
Griffiss Mrs. Eliza, 148 e Baltimore 
Griffiss James F. watchmaker, Philadelphia 

road near city limits 
Griffiss Thomas J. 170 Cathedral 
Griffith Allen, laborer, 140 s Fremont 
Griffith Ann, 40 n Front 

Griffith Allen, collector Superior Court, How- 
ard house, s w cor Howard and Cowpen al 
Griffith Mrs. A. W. S. boarding, 32 s Sl-arp 
Griffith Catherine, trimmings, 33 Harrison 
Griffith Charles, silversmith, 22 n Strieker 
Griffith Charles, clerk, 43 Columbia 
Griffith Daniel, shoemaker, 102 s Regester 
Griffith David J. clerk, 43 s Sharp 
Griffith Edwin L. lumber, 136 Hughes 
Griffith Mrs. Elizabeth, 34 Barre 
Griffith Frank, car driver, 72 Portland 
GRIFFITH G. S. imp. and job. of carpets, 
&c., 89 and 91 w Baltimore, dw 157 n Cal- 
vert 
Griffith G. S., jr., clerk, 57 s High 
Griffith Geo. C. coti dealer, n e cor Lombard 

and Central av, dw 131 e Lombard . 
Griffith Geo. A. printer, 34 Barre 
Griffith Henry, clerk, 162 e Eager 
Griffith Howard, 41 Courtland 
Griffith Hiram D. engineer, 35 Stiles 
Griffith Israel, sr., over s e cor Baltimore and 

Sharp, dw 43 s Sharp 
Griffith Israel, sr. carpenter, 33 McHenry 
Griffith Israel, jr., over ] s Sharp, dw 43 
Griffith Isaac, hay dealer, dw 142e Monument 
Griffith Louis, painter, 71 n Central av 
Griffith James, shoemaker, 81 n Pine 
Griffith Mrs. Jane B. 211 e Baltii^ore 
Griffith John A. (John A. Griffith & Co.) 40 

n Front 
Griffith John A. & Co. (J. A. Griffith, J. O. 
Neill, Joseph Maguire,) importers and deal- 
ers in merchant tailors' and clothiers' trim- 
mings, s w cor Baltimore and Charles 
Griffith John M. (Bruster & Griffith,) 80 n 

Greene 
Griffitli Capt. John R. mariner, 166 Hanover 
Griffith Levi P. shoemaker, IQS^o e Pratt 
Griffith Maigaret, tailoress, 123 Kaborg 
Griffith Mrs" Margaret A. 361 w Baltimore 



Griffith Mrs. Maria C. 78 St. Paul 
Griffith Mortimer C. clerk tobacco warehouse, 
. No. 3, 69 s Eutaw 

Griffith Philemon, tobacco inspector, ware- 
house No. 3, dw 144 Barre 
Griffith R C. clerk, 62 Barre 
Griffith Richard H. 563 Lexington 
Griffith Robt. H. (Hazen & Griffith,) 20 Hill 
Griffith R. R. jr. commission merchant and 
dealer in fish, 14 Commerce, dw 195 Garden 
Griffith R. R. sr. guano and phosphate of 
lime agent, 3' O'Donnell's wharf, dw 20 
McCulloh 
Griffith Samuel, 198 Montgomery 
Griffith Samuel C. brandies, wines, cigars, 

&c., 57 s Calvert 
Griffith Sarah, 35 Stiles 
Griffith Selina, 43 Scott 
Griffith Sophia M. 225 w Biddle 
Griffith Teresa, 107 n Caroline 
Griffith Thomas, salesman, 191 Forrest 
Griffith Thomas, gunsmith, 302 n F.utaw 
GRIFFITH WM. R. & CO. (William R. 
Griffith, Wm. J. McElhiney,) dealers in 
fish and produce, 22 Commerce 
Griffith Wm. R. (Wm. R. Griffith & Co.) 

Franklin near Schroeder 
Griffith William E. (Griffith & Wilson,) n w 

cor Baltimore and High 
Griffith William H. upholsterer and paper 

hanger, 13 n Gay 
Griffith & Wilson, (Wm. E. Griffith, G. J. 
Wilson,) produce and commission mer- 
chants, s w cor South and Pratt 
Griffith Wm.C. attorney at law, 85 w Fayette, 

dw 142 e Monument 
Griffith William, cooper, 299 n Eutaw 
Griffith William, produce, 227 e Baltimore 
Griffith Wm. A. R. (Woodside, Griffith & 

Hobiitzell,^ 82 s Sharp 
Griffith William, 316 Forrest 
Griffith Wm. F. jeweler, 136 Hughes 
Griggs George, pilot, 117 s Ann 
Griggs James E. pilot, 91 s Bond 
Griggs John .7. machinist, 150 s Bond 
Griggs William, pilot, 150 s Bond 
Grik Henry, porter, 36 L. McElderry 
Grillet James, tinner, 219 n Caroline 
Grim Adam, butcher, Frederick road w of 

toll gate 
Grim Mrs. Christiana, 88 s High 
Grim Edward I. carpenter, 45 n Poppleton 
Grim Edward O. carpenter, 45 n, Poppleton 
Grim John, baker, 69 Elliott 
Grim Thomas C. cigar maker, 323 n Eutaw 
Grim William D. collector N. C. R. 323 n 

Eutaw \ 

Grimel John, butcher, 6 Belair market, dw 

Harford av near rope walk 
Grimes Charles E lamps and oil, 63 Lexing- 
ton, dw 6 George 
Grimes Edward, 492 w Baltimore 
Grimes Elijah J. carpenter, 236 Preston 
Grimes Klizabeth, 46 Hanover 
Grimes Ephraim, brakesman, 442 w Lombard 
Grimes Hugh, paver, 72 n Front 
Grimes James, machinist, 36 n Schroeder 
Grimes James E. bricklayer, 24 n Fremont 
Grimes Rich'd, rigger, 149 s Washington, F.P, 
Grimes Susanna, 30 May 
Grimm Elias, barber, 36 Somerset 
Grimm John, manager of Mechanics' Hall, 
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Orimm Joseph, truss maker, 194 Light 
•Grimm Henry, baker, over 41 Centre Market 

space 
KJrimmel Henry, butcher, 10 Belair Market, 

dw Harford av at city limits 
Orimmel Jacob, tailor, 54 n Spring 
■Grimmer Valentine, beer brewer, 277 s Ann 
Grimshaw Solomon, 81 n Liberty 
GRTNDAIX JOHN T. carpenter, 17 Hollins 
Grindall Mrs. Mary Ann, 696 w Pratt 
Grindell Francis, tailoress, 101 Mount 
Grindell J. J. attorney, 289 Aisquith 
Grinder Anton, tavern, 134 Saratoga 
Grine John, shoemaker, 245 Chase 
GRINSFELDER & BROTHER, (J.Grins- 

felder, S. Grinsfelder,) millinery and fancy 

goods, 25 n Howard 
Grinsfelder Joseph G. (Grinsfelder & Bro.) 

169 w Fayette 
Grinsfelder Samuel, (Grinsfelder & Bro.) 213 

Saratoga 
Gripp John, carter, 427 Canton av 
Grissom James G. soldier, 74 Preston 
Griswold Chester, 2G9 Hollins 
Grob Charles, grocery, 433 Lexington 
Grobe Wm. tailor, 14 s Fremont 
Grodendick Arnold, painter, 21 Park 
Groebe Henry, shoemaker, 194 s Wolfe 
Groenninger Fred'k, confectioner, 129 Raborg 
Groenninger Geo. cabinet maker, 125 Druid 

Hillav 
Groenninger Joseph, grocer, 8 n Fremont 
Groder H. laborer, 38 Lancaster 
Groeschel August, tailor, 75 Mullikin 
Groff Jacob B. baker and confectioner, n w 

cor Madison and Howard 
Grogan Mrs. Amanda, saloon, 244 s Bond 
Grogan John, laborer, 12 Comet 
Grogan Mary, 110 s Wolfe 
Grogan Thomas, laborer, 66 McKim 
Groh Christian, teamster, 92 s Central av 
Groh George, tailor, 64 s Carey 
Groh Jacob, cooper, 58 James al 
Groh Michael, tailor, 64 s Carey 
Groman Ernest F. cigar maker, 61 Perry 
Gronan Kdward, clothier, 12.3 s Broadway 
Grondell John, cooper, 73 Hill 
GRONEBERG ED WARD, watchmaker and 

jeweler, 70 e Baltimore 
Gronhardt Charles, jeweler, 206 n Gay 
Groninger George, cabinet maker, 125 Druid 

Hillav 
Groom Henry, carpenter, 65 Boyd 
Groom Wm., sr., plasterer, 113 e Madison 
Grooms Chas. E. P. grocery, 268 e Madison 
Grooms Eliza, 263 n Gay 
Grooms Thomas, plasterer, 95 Mullikin 
Grooms Wm. H. plasterer, 30 Gough 
Grooms Wm. L , jr., police. 111 e Madison 
Groover C. D., agent Adams Express, 168 

Aisquith 
Gropp George, laborer, 57 n Schroeder 
Groppe Frank, cabinetmaker, 175 e Eager 
Groscup Ann J. teacher, 239 e Baltimore 
Groscup Frederick J. clerk, 239 e Baltimore 
Groscup Frederick, tailor, 325 Hanover 
Groscup George, laborer, 288 s Durham 
Groscup John G. boiler maker, 300 s Charles 
Grosscors Herm. H. bookkeeper, 154 German 
Groshel Elias, tailor, 68 Mullikin 
Groskopf Michael, grocer, 346 e Lombard 
Gross Armgate, shoemaker, 148 s Regester 
Gross Adam, seaman, 59 Bank 



Gross Charles, clerk, 281 w Fayette 

Gross Eliza, laundress, 156 York 

Gross Francis X., conductor City P. R. R., 

156 e Eager 
Gross George R., cigars, 722 w Baltimore 
Gross Henry P., clerk, 281 w Fayette 
Gross Jacob, piano maker, 59 s Paca 
Gross John I., 'real estate broker, over 17 St. 

Paul, dw 140 Orleans 
Gross J'ohn I., jr., druggist, 140 Orleans 
Gross Nicholas, tailor, 89 n Caroline 
Gross Peter, stone mason, 231 s Paca 
Gross Silas, laborer, Wolfe btw Lombard and 

Pratt 
Gross Thomas, oyster shucker, 8 Myer ct -^ 

Gross Thomas, sailor, 2 Hughes ct mi 

Gross Wm. S., commission merchant, 156 e t) 

Eager 
Grosshaus Jacob, soldier, 28 s Bethel 
Grosskopf George, stevedore, 13 Spruce al 
Grossman George, confectioner, 23 Penna. av 
Grote Frederick, jeweler, 89 n Front 
Grote Jane, tailoress, 144 Druid Hill av 
Grote John, tailor and clothier, 89 n Front 
Grote Harman, cabinet maker, 93 Lexington 
Grote Henry, brass moulder, 89 n Front 
Groth Henry, barber, 253 s Ann 
Grothaus Christian, clothier, 14 w Pratt 
Grothaus George F., clothier, 11 w Balti- 
more, dw 243 e Baltimore 
Grothaus Wm , clerk, 14 w Pratt 
Grothe Caroline, hucksteress, 44 Somerset 
Grotjahn Mrs. A., variety store, 417 w Bal- 
timore 
Groty Frederick, brakesman, 362 w Lombard 
Grouling Frederick, laborer, 95 Eastern av 
Ground John F., machinist, 119 n Gay 
Grove Adam, farmer, 42 Grundy 
Grove Benjamin F., 257 n Howard 
Grove David, fireman, 494 Lexington 
Grove Daniel L., 644 w Fayette 
Grove Francis, (F. Grove & Co.,) 110 n 
Greene 

GROVE F. & CO., (F. Grove, P. 
New,) General Commission Mer- 
chants and Dealers in Grain, 
Flour and Groceries, n w corner 
of Howard and Mulberry, and 
Wholesale and Retail dealers and 
Manufacturers of Cigars, Tobac- 
co and Snuflf, 164 Franklin.— 
Quick sales and small profits. 
Superior Imported Cigars, fine 
Chewing Tobacco and Leaf of 
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Grove Jacob F., clerk, 259 e Baltimore 
Grove James J., 74 s Exeter 
Grove John, laborer, 182 s Chapel 
Grove Dr. Wm R., 138 n Exeter 
GROVER & BAKER, family sewing ma- 
chines, 181 w Baltimore, James Atlee, 
a;^ent. — [See the bottom line Advertisements 
throughout the hook.\ 
Grover Charles, at Adams Exp., 168 Aisquith 
Grover James W., 41 McElderry 
Grover Mrs. Miranda, tailoress, 383 e Eager 
Groverman Anthony, commis. mercht. 57 s 
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Groverman Anthony, jr., flour and feed, 374 

w Baltimore, dw 26 s Strieker 
Groverman H., Eutaw House 
Groves Mrs. Ciiarlotte Ducket, dress maker, 

106 n Pine 
Groves Eliza, nurse, 107 Hamburg 
Groves George W., mariner, 124 .lohnson 
Groves Capt. Wm H., mariner, 126 s Wolfe 
Grubb George, cooper, 73 Poppleton 
Grubb Geo. W. cooper, 128 Pearl 
Grubb John, cooper, 37 Mosher 
Grubb Richard B. morocco dresser, 415 n Gay 
Grubb Richard B. jr. soldier, 415 n Gay 
Grubb Samuel, 179 Lee 
Grubb Mrs. Sarah, IGl Hollins 
Grubb Samuel J. clerk, 247 Mulberry 
Grubb Washington A. letter carrier, 239 Mul- 
berry 
Grubb Wm. A. jr. 179 Lee 
Grubbs Thomas B. (Stall & Grubbs,) 12 Wil- 
liamson al 
Grube Louis, box maker, 7 Spring ct 
Gruber Felix, carpenter, 184 Penna. av 
Gruber Jacob, jeweler, 71 Orleans 
Gruber Jacob, tinner, 200 s Sharp, dw 96 

William 
Gruber John, cooper, 226 s Bethel 
Gruber Louisa, saleswoman, 184 Penna. av 
Gruber Mollie E. saleswoman, 184 Penna. av 
Gruebel Geo. porter, 161 Hughes 
Grueminger Henry, case manufacturer, 76 

Hanover 
GRIJETTER FREDERICK L. oak cooper, 

310 and 312 Montgomery, dw 222 s Sharp 
Grumbine Emanuel, tinner, 139 Druid Hill 

av 
Grumm Conrad, caliinet maker, 72 Lancaster 
Grumwald Fred'k Wm. teacher, 306 n How- 
ard 
GrumwaldF.W., German and English school, 

46 n Greene 
Grundgrieper Christian, upholsterer, 428 w 

Fayette 
Grundy Byrom, 90 Saratoga 
GRUNEBAUM BRO. & CAHN, (J. Grune- 

baum, H. Grunebaum, B.Cahn,) wholesale 

dealers in gents' furnishing goods, 255 w 

Baltimore 
Grunebaum Henry, (Grunebaum, Bro. & 

Cahn,) 163 s Sharp 
Grunebaum Isaac, clothing, 103 e Lombard 
Grunebaum Joshua, (Grunebaum, Bro. & 

Cahn,) 64 Ai.squith 
Grunebaum Maiidel, baker, 193 e Eager 
Grunebaum Mark, (Siegel, Grunebaum & 

Schmidt,) 260 w Pratt 
Grunebaum Samuel, dry goods dealer, 204 s 

Broadway 
Gruner Martin, tailor, 114 n Front 
Grunewald Geo. laborer, 15 Albemarle 
Grunewald John, laborer, 24 Shakspeare 
GRUPy F. H. & CO. (F. H. Grupy, H. 

G Curtain,) hide and leather dealers, 42 s 

Calvert 
Grupy Francis, (F. H. Grupy & Co.) Green 

Mount av n of Cemetery 
Grupy Sarah B. 879 w Pratt 
Gruss Wm. beer saloon, n e cor Howard and 

Mulberry 
Grutzburg Wm. cigar maker, 41 Brown 
Gruver George W. cedar cooper, 274 Franklin 
Gruver Wm. H. bailiff U. S. Court's, 268 

Franklin 



Guard Chas. H. expressman, 12 w Townsend 
Gubert Geo. machinist, 296 n Central av 
Guckert John, wagoner, 148 s Eden 
Gudberlet August, tobacconist, 89 Penna. av 
Gude Christian, morocco dresser, 34 n Front 
Gude Fred'k W. currier, 146 e Fayette . 
Gude Henry P. variety store, 359 w Balti- 
more, dw 151 w Madison 
Gude Justus C, (Schwartz & Gude,) 82 s 

Paca 
Gue Nathan W. C, fireman, 250 Hollins 
Guerand Francis, 49 n Carey 
Guerth Henry, cigar maker, 114 n Howard 
Guertler Friederich, butcher, 19 Belair mar- 
ket, dw Harford av extended 
Guest J. Wesley, cashier Citizens' Bank, dw 

over n e cor Pratt and Hanover 
Guest John, mate, 171 s Wolfe 
Guest Mahala C, boarding, 40 and 42 Lex- 
ington 
Guest Richard S., paper hanging, 42 n Hov^ 

ard, dw 122 German 
Guest Samuel, cashier City Collector's office, 

43 n Carey 
Guestin R. P., clerk, 128 e Madison 
Guethlein Nicholas, fancy goods, 226 s Broad- 
way 
Guggenheimer John, clerk, 680 w Baltimore 
Guggenheimer Simon, tailor, J9 Liglit, 26 s 

Paca 
Guiest George, stove brickmaker, 132 Cross 
Guifoyle Thomas, tinner, s e cor Gay and 

Madison 
Guiland Rev. S., St. Mary's Seminary, 

Penna. av near St. Mary's 
Guild Chares H., salesman, ]6 Chatsworth 
Guildener Hannah, 58 n Liberty 
Guilford Ann, laundress, 70 Richmond 
Guillard Mrs. John, grocer, 178 Hanover 
Guillard John, jr., soldier, 178 Hanover 
Guinon Alonzo, clerk, 48 s Calvert, dw 158 

s Howard 
Guis Christopher, tailor, 32 Josephine 
Guisler, Mrs. Lucy, 6 St. Mary 
GUITEAU Rev. SHERIDAN, agent for 
Sunday School and Tract Depository, 73 
w Fayette, dw Baltimore Co. 
Guiton B. Augustus, clerk, 82 Lee 
Guiyer John, stevedore, 159 s Dallas 
GuUinghause Herman, saloon, n e cor Bond 

and Lancaster 
Gummel C. Gottleib, cabinet maker, 502 

Penna. av 
Gump Samuel B., tobacconist, 14^-2 Centre 

Market space 
Gump Mary, dry goods, 176 e Baltimore 
Gumpert John, laborer, 64 Ramsay 
Gumpman George, gardener, 104 St. Peter 
Gumpman John, laborer, 12 Wagon al 
Gumpman Michael, porter, lager beer, 175 

Columbia 
Gumpmin Conrad, laborer, 20 Preston 
Gunby Caroline L., milliner, 2 s Poppleton 
Gunby Mrs. E., 277 e Lombard 
Gunby Joseph D., mariner, 128 s Ann 
Gundel Leonard, cooper, 90 York 
Gundell John, furn. wagon, 91 Harrison 
Gunder George, tailor, over 40 n Paca 
Gunsdersdorf Christian, boot and shoe maker, 

277 Saratoga 
Gundina Louis, currier, 7 Bevan 
Gundlach George, shoemaker, 145 Columbia 
Gundlach George, shoemaker, 44 Portland 



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Gundlack Charles, 35 s Eutaw 

Gunkel Rev. Adam, n e comer Lombard and 

Wolfe 
Gunn Mrs. Ann, 172 Columbia 
Gunn Bernard, carter, 130 Burgundy 
Gunn Edward, laborer, rear of 16 Concord 
Gunn Hugh, sawyer, 4 Slemmer al 
Gunn Michael, soldier, 172 Columbia 
GunnellWm. T., coach trimmer, 98 Jefferson 
Gunning Thos. grocer, 17 Liberty al 
Gunnison Wm. 213 w Hoffman 
Gunnison Wm. H. clerk, 213 w Hoffman 
GUNPOWDER COPPER WORKS, (Pope 

& Cole, agents,) 75 Smith's wharf 
Gunselman John A. tailor, s Durham near 

Baltimore 
Gunst John P. glass blower, 8 Lanvale 
Gunther August, tavern, n e cor Low and 

Forrest 

GUNTHER CHAS. Grand Stamp- 
ing and Pinking Depot, No. 22 
East Baltimore-st. between Front 
and High streets, Baltimore, Md. 
Ladies can select from 50,000 
Patterns, all of the newest styles. 

Gunther Charles, tailor, 10 n Bond 
Gunther Conrad, dentist, 183 e Baltimore 
Gunther Erhard, weaver, 10 s Caroline 
Gunther Henry, tailor, 272 Lee 
GUNTHER HENRY, tavern, 252 Aliceanna 
Gunther John, shoemaker, 170 Sarah Ann 
Gunther Joseph, stevedore, 47 Albermarle 
Gunther Ludolph W. commis. merchant, 90 

w Lombard, dw 211 Madison 
Gunther Martin, barber, 270 n Howard 
Gunther Sebastian, laborer, 1 s Choptank 
Gunther Theodore, 15 Wise 
Gunther Wm. stamping depot, 132 Lexington 
Gunthrum Conrad Wm. boiler maker, 30 

Williamson al 
Gunthron John, cabinet maker, 338 n Gay 
Guntz Adam, laborer, 69 s Regester 
Gurke Ferdinand , shoemaker, 173 Raborg 
Gurney Mrs. Mary, 114 Burgundy al 
Gurney Nathan G. marine engineer, 333 Light 
Gurnges Theodore, grocery, 46 s Central av 
Gurry James, grocer, 527 Saratoga 
Gurry John, hack driver, 4 Josephine 
Guschman John, shoemaker, 53}^ Pearl 
Gusdorff Alex, dry goods, 655 w Baltimore 
Gusman John, laborer, 5 Moore al 
Gustin R. P. claim agent, 53 n Greene 
Gustin R. P. (Burnside, Gustin & Co.) 14 n 

Greene 
Guth Gustav, cigar maker, 46 German 
Guth Philip, lager beer saloon, 11 w Fayette 
Guther Nicholas, 434 Canton av 
Gurthermott Valendim, tailor, 454 w Pratt 
Guthrie Joseph, mariner, 220 Bank 
Guthridge John F. telegraphist, 38 Hanover 
Guthrow Chas. brush maker, 117 e Monu- 
ment 
Gutliermuth Gerhard, tavern, 56 Camden 
GUTMAN JOEL, dry goods, 29 n Eutaw, 

dw22 
Gutman John B. butcher, 8 Fells Point mar- 
ket, dw cor Madison and Chester 
Gutman Lewis, 99 Franklin 
Gutman Moses & Co. (M. Gutman, L. Ash,) 
clothiers, 331 w Baltimore 



Gutman Moses, (Moses Gutman & Co.) 22 

Barre 
Gut ten berg Jacob, 116 Conway 
Guttermuth George, broom maker, 6 Hawk 
Guttish Conrad, laborer, 190 .s Wolfe 
Gutwell Michael, laborer, 1.53 s Spring 
Guy James, drayman, 46 n Bond 
Guy Jane, 16 Stiles 

GUY'S MONUMENT HOUSE, n e cor Cal- 
vert and Fayette, F. A. Miller and Mrs. 
Mary Miller proprietors 
Guy Robert J. dry goods, 122 Lexington 
Guy Wm. ship carpenter, 16 Stiles 
Guyer Adam, stevedore, 214 s Bethel 
Guyer John J. boot maker, 147 e Monument 
Guyon Alonzo, clerk, 343 s Charles 
Guyther Henry, pilot, 118 e Pratt 
Guyton Abram S. carpenter. Farmers hotel, 

Hillen 
Guyton Beale S. dry goods, 62 s Hanover, 

dw 249 w Lombard 
Guyton Charles T. clerk, 83 Chew 
Guyton Elisha J. clerk water engineer's office, 

83 Chew 
Guyton Eliza, tailoress, 102 Scott 
Guyton & Hyde, dry goods merchants, 62 

Hanover, dw 249 w Lombard 
Guyton Mrs. Jane, 102 Scott 
Guyton John, clerk, 83 Chew 
Guyton Wm. furniture, 78 n Howard 
Guyton Wm. L. letter carrier, 216e Madison 
G wider Adam, 68 n Broadway 
GWINN CHARLES J. M. attorney, 41 St. 

Paul, dw s w cor Mount Vernon place and 

St. Paul 
Gwinn Chas. W. blacksmith, 113 n Fremont 
Gwinn Rev. Wm. R. 62 Barre 
Gwinn Wm R. clerk, 62 Barre 
Gwynn Mrs. Eliza, 75 n Charles 
Gwynn James W. clerk, 163 w Lombard 
Gwynn Mrs. John R. 207 n Howard 
Gwynn Peter, huckster, over 47 Centre Mar- 
ket space 
' Gwynn Walter, collecting clerk Marine Bank, 

207 n Howard 
Gyer August, shoemaker, 394 Hanover 



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Haacke C. Wm. grocer, 82 s Dallas 
Haacker Julius, carriage maker, 372 n Gay 
Haar Herman, clothing, 115 n Howard 
Haas Anton, porter, 18 Davis 
Haas Aaron, butcher, 52 Harrison 
Haas August, cabinet maker, 92 Mulberry 
Haas Gotleib, cabinet maker, 112 n Eden 
Haas Louis, cabinet maker, 28 Jasper 
Haas Madaline, 38 Abey al 
Haas Martin, glass blower, 38 Abey al 
HAAS PHILIP, restaurant, 43 Penna av 
Haas Valentine, glass blower, 38 Abey al 
Habbersett John, carpenter, 178 n Eden 
Habbersett William, carpenter, 149 Green- 
mount av 
Haber Francis H. tailor, 291 n Central av 
Haber Frederick, cigar maker, 116 Raborg 
Haberlander R.upert, laborer, 15 New Church 
Habersham A. W. (Smoot, Habersham and 

Barrett,) 186 Hoffman 
Habighorst Chas. F. clerk, 60 e Baltimore 
Hable Herman, grocer, n w cor Orleans and 
Caroline 



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Habliston John M. cashier Sun office, dw 521 

w Fayette 
Hachmeister Gcor§:;e, piano maker, 43 Oregon 
Hachemeister Hen. cabinet maker, 43 s Oregon 
Hacherman Christian, wagoner, 9 Carlton 
Hachtel Christian, grocer, 43 Orchard ' 
Hachtel Geo. grocer, 115 Orchard 
Hachtel John L. grocery 11 Brune 
Hachtel John C. bookkeeper, 209 Mulberry 
Hack Andrew A. 321 Lexington 
Hack Augustus A. clerk, 326 Lexington 
Hack Clinton, cartm-, 134 n Central av 
Hack Frederick, A. provision merchant, 375 

w Baltimore, dw 326 Lexington 
Hack George, fireman, 209 Lemmon al 
Hack George W. restaurant, 162 e Baltimore 
Hack George, laborer, 16 Biddle al 
HACK OLIVER F. attorney, 7 Counsellor's 

Hall, Lexington, dw 138 w Hoffman 
Hack Peter, street paver, 200 e Fayette 
Hack Mrs. Ruthawff, 321 Lexington 
Hack Sarah, 43 Pearl 
Hack Wm. A. 231 Madison 
Hacke Jolin, laborer, 950 w Baltimore 
Hacker Clias. tavern, 210 w Pratt 
"^Hacker Henry, lager beer, 178 e Baltimore 
Hacker Jacob, foundryman, 16 Burke, Canton 
Hacker John A. restaurant, 41 Penna. av 
Hacker John Z. laborer, 27 Morris al 
Hacker Mary, 46 Preston 
Hacket James, oil, 7 Wood, dw 136 St. Paul 
Hackett Florida, .seamstress, 134 n Central av 
Hackett Frederick, provision store, 251 e 

Baltimore, dw 21 s Bond 
Hackett Hannah J. 19 Barnet 
Hackett Josephu.s, bricklayer, 56 Leadenhall 
Hackett John, bricklayer, Wolfe near Fayette 
Hackett Mrs. Mary, boarding, 176 East 
Hackett Michael, soldier 23 Bevan 
Hackett Zechariah, engineer, 65 s Schroeder 
Hackman Lewis, grocer, 425 Saratoga 
Hackman Wm. H. tavern, n e cor Sprinarand 

Bank ' ^ 

Hackney Eleanor S. seamstress, 185 Forrest 
Hadaway James H. boiler maker, 40 n Eden 
Hadaway Wm. H. tobacconist. Light betw 

Camden and Conway, dw 52 s Eutaw 
Haddaway Oakley, bricklayer, 72 Happy al 
Haden Francis, laborer, 29 Elizabeth la 
Hadel Wm. bookkeeper, 544 Saratoga 
Hadner John, cabinet maker, 10 Park 
Hadsel Eugene, brakesman, B. & O. R. R. 45 

Scott 
Haddock James, huckster, 24 s Dewberry al 
Haefner Christian A. teacher, 120 e Fayette 
Haegel Catherine, 321 s Bond 
Haegerich George, piano maker, 24 Haw 
Haehel Louis, carver, 106 Pearl 
Haelmun August, laborer, 229 e Lombard 
Haenfiling Geo. shoemaker, 52 Henrietta 
Haenlaen John, baker, 65 s Ann 
Haerstadter Laurens, tailor, 67 s Chapel 
Haen Christian, merch tailor, dw 2 L. Paca 
Haedeloff Cyronocus, blacksmitli, 222 s Paca 
Haesloop John, (Weibking & Haesloop,) 42 

Marion 
Haetsmeller Henry, shoemaker, 344 Canton av 
Haferkamp Louis, cooper, 49 Granby 
Haferkorn Wm. musician and musical instru- 
ment maker, 89 e Lombard 
HAFFCKE CHAKLES, 369 e Baltimore 
HAFFER GEORGE, restaurant, 7 Calver- 

ton road 



Haffer Geo. (Haffer & Yeager,) 7 Calverton 

road 
Haffer & Yeager, (Geo. Haffer, John P. Yea- 
ger,) flour and feed store, n e cor Frederick 

and Calverton roads 
Haffnrd Margaret, 120 Harford av 
Haffrin Matthew, laborer, 1 Wilmer al 
Hafner Charles, lager beer saloon, 295 n Gay 
Hafner Conrad, saddler, 122 Vine 
Hafner Joseph, laborer, 3 Carlton 
Hagan Mrs Ann, 2 Welch al 
Hagan Andreas, carpenter, 21 Gough 
Hagan Charles, laborer, 32 w Biddle 
Hagan Ellen, milk, 32 w Biddle 
Hagan Eugene E. clerk, 132 n Howard 
Hagan Hugh, carter, 1 Centre 
Hagan James, laborer, 9 Fall 
Hagan James, carpenter, 1 Bank 
Hagan John H. bookkeeper, 132 n Howard 
Hagan John, carpenter, 21 Gough 
Hagan Lizzie, 19 s Fremont 
Hagan Martin, laborer, n w cor Neighbor 

and Valley 
Hagan Martha, laundress, 62 Preston 
Hagan Mark, laborer, 23 Eastern av 
Haganbrough Theodore, soldier, 110 Low 
Haganhein Henry, carpenter, 38 Union 
Hagar Jacob C. cooper, 254 e Madison 
Hagtdorn Henry, shoemaker, 28 Druid Hill 

avenue 
Hagel Charles, barber, 347 n Gay 
Hagelgans John, tailor, Madison between 

Broadway and Bond 
Hageman Louis, 29 n Greene 
Hageman Vincent, tobacconist, Frederick 

road e of Calverton road 
Hagen Daniel, 8 s Chester 
Hagen Michael, laborer, 343 s Sharp 
Hiigen Michael, laborer, 33 China 
Hagerman David J. shoemaker, 85 Harford 

avenue 
Hagert Francis, wagoner, 123 s -Wolfe 
Hagerty Mrs. Ellen, seamstress, 123 n Paca 
Hagerty Edward, tea dealer, Baltimore, 2 doors 

8 of Frederick, dwlOfi n High 
Hagerty James, laborer, 18 Liberty al 
Hagerty James, 96 Barre 
Hagerty James S. (Keen & Hagerty,) 78 e 

Pratt 
Hagerty John, laborer, 158 s Chapel 
Hagerty John, collector, 269 w Pratt 
Hagerty Michael, blacksmith, cor Baltimore 

and Dewberry al., dw 134 Boyd 
Hagerty Wm. T. conductor C. P. R. R.,292 

Penna. av 
Hagerty Wm. miller, s w corner Holiday and 

Bath 
Hagger Charles E. 28 Pearl 
Haggerink George, piano maker, 24 Haw 
Haggerty Elizabeth, 33 Chesnut 
Haggcrty Mrs. Elizabeth A. 228 Hollins 
Haggerty John, bricklayer, 594 Saratoga 
Haggerty Levi, cooper, 30 Jackson 
Haggerty Michael, laborer, 101 Elliott 
Haggerty Patrick, blacksmith, 39 Ryan 
Haggerty Patrick, laborer, Falls road near 

Northern av 
Haggle John, tailor, 332 w Mulberry 
Hagiston John, driver C. P. R. R., 156 Mc- 

Henry 
Hagly Henry, cigar maker, 104 Franklin 
Hagner Adam, foundryman, 269 Hanover 
Hagner Wm. engineer, 110 Dolphin 



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Halin Catherine, laundress, 21 Smith 
Hahn Christopher, cooper, 129 s High 
Hahn Christopher, cooper, 360 Canton av 
Hahn C. Robert, clerk, 28 n Calvert 
Hahn Charles U. (Trust & Hahn,) 53 Lex- 
ington 
Hahn Conrad, tailor, 18 Gough 
Hahn Edward, butcher, 152 Mullikin 
Hahn Elizabeth, 118 Vine 
Hahn Ferdinand, tailor 123 w Lombard 
Hahn Ferdinand, laborer, 118 Vine 
Hahn George, shoemaker, 43 Tessier 
Hahn George A. gunsmith, 124 Mullikin 
Hahn George, laborer, 154 Raborg 
Hahn Hiury G. butcher, 101 Belair market, 

dw 124 Mullikin 
Halm Henry, locksmith, 157 Henrietta 
Hahn Henry, cabinet maker, 6 Emory 
Hahn Herman, lager beer, n e cor Fayette 

and Frederick 
Hahn James, butcher, 79 n Bond 
Hahn James F. telegraph operator, 67 Barre 
Hahn John, scroll sawyer, 28 Jasper 
Halm John, soldier, 68 s Regester 
Hahn John, cooper, 426 w Lombard 
Halm John, laborer, 209 Aliceanna 
Halm John H. cabinetmaker, 6 Emory 
Hahn John, jr. clerk, 57 n Liberty 
Hahn John H. 46 Albemarle 
Hahn John Daniel, butcher, 88 Lexington 

and 5 Hollms st. mkts. dw Beltshoover la 

near Frederick road 
Hahn Lewis L. huckster, 598 Penna. av 
Hahn Lewis, piano maker, 14 Jackson ct 
Hahn Ludwig, piano maker, 14 Jackson ct 
Hahn Michael, laborer, 175 s Eden 
Halm S. & E. milliners, 57 n Liberty 
Hahn Wm. P. butcher, 203 Orleans 
Hahnemann John F. grocer, 15 Sterrett 
Hahr Leopold, butcher, 422 Penna av 
Haig James M. 92 Saratoga 
Huiglit Grove, 110 Ensor 
HaightWm. cigar maker, 154 Ensor 
Haigley John A. machinist, 164 Mcllenry 
Haigis John, tailor, 195 Conway 
Haigine Wm. T. huckster, 41 Orbit al 
Haine Christian, merchant tailor, 179^ w 

Pratt, dw 2 L. Paca 
Hain Wm. box maker, 279 s Bond 

Hain ■ , laborer, 75 Harrison 

Haines Benj. F. flour and feed, 31 n Greene, 

dw 20 n Fremont 
Haines Capt. Chas. mariner, 98 e Baltimore 
Haines Charles E. cigar maker, 123 n Gay 
Haines Ephraim, (Haines & Gilbert,) 513 w 

Fayette 
Haines Frederick, mariner, 66 Holland 
HAINES & GILBERT, (Ephraim Haines, 

J. N. Gilbert,) commission merchants, 110 

n Eutaw 
Haines Harvey W. teacher, 28 Hanover 
Haines Mrs. Jonathan, milliner, 123 n Gay 
Haines Jonathan H. cigar maker, 123 n Gay 
Haines William H. conductor city cars, 26 

Preston 
Haines Winfield T. clerk, 20 n Fremont 
Hainke August, baker, 51 President 
Hakel George, laborer, 183 s Wolfe 
Hakesley Edward M. clerk Post Office, 333 n 

Gay 
Hakesly Geo. clerk, 16 n Bond 
Hakesley Wm. carpenter, 333 n Gay 
Hair Mrs. Mary, Point la head of Caroline 



Halbach Charles, cutlery and hardware, 94 n 
Gay 

Halbert , breaksman, 357 Cathedral 

Halbleib Nicholas, tailor, 89 s Chapel 

Haldrung August, boot filter, 44 Milliman 

Hale Annie D. 18 Dawson al 

Hale Mrs Barbara, 339 Franklin 

Hale Charles W. chair maker, 143 s Fremont 

Hale Cornelia, teacher of light gymnastics, 32 

n Liberty 
Hale E. Wesley, bricklayer, 195 Barre 
Hale Nicholas H. (Cole di. Hale,) 1 Orchard 
Hale Wm. carpenter, 74 n High 
Hale Martin, laborer, 424 Canton av 
Hales James, mariner, 28 Urbit al 
Haley Ann, boarding house, s e cor Wash- 
ington and Bank 
Haley Dennis, tailor, 16 Front 
Haley Patrick, tailor, Cross near Charles 
Haley Robert, 172 Saratoga 
Haley Thomas, laborer, 5 Watson 
Halfpenny Sarrmel W. engineer, Phila. road, 

near city limits 
Haliebg John H. blacksmith, cor Ross and 

St. Mary 
Haling Mary G. 183 Bank" 
Hall Aaron, carpenter, 223 e Monument 
Hall Alliert, painter, 185 L. Constitution 
Hall Augustus A. printer, 92 Chew 
HALL AMASA C. shipping and commis- 
sion merchant, 81 Smith's wharf, dw Eu- 
taw house 
Hall Artaxerxes, boifer maker, 337 Light 
HALL C. A. & T. H. (C. A. Hall, T. H. 

Hall,)com. merchants, 4 Camden 
Hall Bunnester, 236 n Calvert 
Hall Betty, 97 Block 
HALL & CO. (D. S. Hall,) merchandise 

brokers, over 1 Grocer's f^xchange 
Hall C. A. (Hall C. A. & T. H.) 220 w 

Lombard 
Hall Mrs. Caroline, 32 Milliman 
Hall Chas. blacksmith, 721 w Pratt 
Hall Clayton, bookkeeper, 45 Courtland 
Hall D. Sprigg, (Hall & Co.) 46 Saratoga 
Hall David E. machinist, 120 Jefferson 
Hall Deborah, 70 n Ann 
Hall Edward, plumber, 215 s Wolfe 
Hall Edward, 153 s Caroline 
Hall Elizabeth, 76 Somerset 
Hall Elizabeth, 139 n Calvert 
Hall Mrs. Elizabeth, 215 s Wolfe 
Hall Erastus Q. blacksmith, 318 William 
Hall Francis J. shoemaker, 306 n Gay 
Hall Francis, cooper, 300 e Lombard 
Hall Frank A. 412 Lexington 
Hall Freeborn G. pilot, 417 n Gay 
Hall F. Walters, (Thos. 1. H. & Co.) 210 n 

Howard 
Hall George, com. mercht. 274 e Lombard 

HALL GEO. W. S., Agent Equita- 
ble Life Assurance Society, 65 
Second. Medical Examiners, Prof. 
N. R. Smith, Dr. A. P. Smith, 
Baltimore; Dr. N. S. Lincoln, 
Washington. 

Hall Geo. H. M. bookkeeper. 111 s Exeter 
Hall G. W. tinner, 49 s Bond 
Hall George W. S. colonization office, 65 
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Hall Henry, soldier, 206 Vine 

Hall Henry W. brakesman, 226 Preston 

Hall Capt. Henry L. mariner, 45 s High 

Hall Henry, carpenter, 116 Jefferson 

Hall Hester, 60 s Bond 

Hall Mrs. Isabella, boarding, 28 North 

Hall Isabella, 139 n Calvert 

Hall Capt. Israel, 297 e Madison 

Hall Jacob T. clerk P. 0. 412 Lexington 

Hall James P. 2d bookkeeper Merchants' 

Bank, dw 222 w Hoffman 
Hall James, organ builder, 216 Lexington, 

dw 651 
HALL DR. JAMES, colonization agent, 65 

Second, dw nr Relay house, B. & O. R. R. 
Hall James H. (Freeland, Hall & Co.) 35 n 

Calvert 
Hall James E. clerk, 14 n Charles 
Hall James, fire department, 28 North 
Hall James, 174 n Exeter 
Hall James R. clerk, 35 n Calvert 
Hall James, clerk, 35 n Calvert 
Hall Jas. B. n e cor McElderry and Caroline 
Hall James, laborer, 68 n Ann 
Hall James, laborer, 1 Henrietta 
Hall Jesse, rope maker. Point la near Green- 
mount Cemetery 
Hall Jesse K. rope maker, Harford av north 

of Point la 
Hall John, clerk, 252 e Biddle 
Hall John, sr. seaman, 271 Light 
Hall John, jr. seaman, 271 Light 
Hall Job Henry, painter, 113 Hamburg 
Hall John, tailor, 138 e Madison 
Hall John, grocery, 162 n Caroline 
Hall John, laborer, Harford av near Point la 
Hall John Bannister, (Gibney, Hall & Co.) 

236 n Calvert ' 

Hall John D. shoemaker, 118 n Broadway 

Hall John R. painter, 297 s Charles 

Hall John H. butter store, 312 n Gay 

Hall John W. conductor C- P. R. R. 280 e 

Madison 
Hall Joseph, shoemaker, 224 Henrietta 
Hall Joseph, machinist, 48 Orleans 
HaU Joseph C. (Wilson & Hall,) s w cor 

Eutaw and Fayette 
Hall Joshua M., U. S. navy agent, 323 e Bal- 
timore 
Hall Julia, 125 n Eutaw 

Hall Levin J. (Hall & Smith,) 142Lexinston 
HALL & LONEY, ( W. Taylor Hall, t. D. 

Loney,) general commission and shipping 

merchants, 56 Buchanan's wharf 
Hall Mrs. Margaret, 36 William 
Hall Maria, dry goods, 406 Saratoga 
Hall Mrs. Maria W. 556 Lexington 
Hall Mary A. 183 Orleans 
Hall Mary Ann, 145 n Exeter 
Hall Mary Francis, 16 Sai-atoga 
Hall Mary Jane, 42 Saratoga 
Hall Nelson M. blacksmith, 422 Harford av 
Hall Owen D. shoemaker, 241 n Central av 
Hall Peter, tailor, 144 s Durham 
Hall Peter D. clerk, 220 w Lombard 
Hall Richard, cabinet maker, 196 e Baltimore 
Hall Robert E., U. S mail agt. 52 n Calvert 
Hall Robert L. tavern, 131 McElderry's whf. 

dw 44 Albemarle 
Hall Robert, tailor, 12 n Gay, dw 244 e Biddle 
Hall Robert, receiver C. P. R. R. 40 Ensor 
Hall Samuel, can maker. 111 s Exeter 
Hall Samuel J. cutter, 99 Chew 



Hall & Smith, (L. J. Hall, E. B. Smith,.) 

Franklin Hall billiard saloon, 2 North and 

over 189 w Baltimore 
Hall Sarah, 97 Block 
Hall Sarah, 198 Mullikin 
Hall Sarah, tailoress, 247 n Central av 
Hall Silas, 65 Albemarle 

Hall Mrs. Sophia J. seamstress, 228 German 
Hall Theodorick, conductor C. P. R. R. 243 

e Pratt 
Hall Thomas A. stage manager Holiday st 

theatre, 61 w Centre 
Hall Thomas I. (Thos. I Hall & Co.) Anne 

Arundel co., Md 
Hail Thomas I. «fe Co. (T. I. Hall, R. Free- 
land, F. W. Hall,) tobacco and general 

commission merchants, over 45 South 
Hall Thomas, clerk, 35 n Calvert 
_Hall Thomas H. (Carter A. Hall & T. H. 

Hall,) 220 W Lombard . 

Hall Thomas A. painter, 297 e Madison 

Hall Thomas, carter, 36 William 

HALL THOMAS W. sr. stock and bill 

broker, 83 Second, dw 45 Courtland 
Hall Wells R. clerk, 47 s Washington, F. P. 
Hall William H. printer, 27 Harford av 
Hall Wm. A. tin and sheet iron worker, 134 

L. Greene 
Hall Wm. E. pattern maker, 297 e Madison 
Hall Wm.T. (Hall & Loney,) cor Centre ana 

St. Paul 
Hall Wm. A. clerk, n e cor Caroline and 

Milliman 
Hall Wm. G. varnisher, 557 Saratoga 
Hail Wm. clerk, 87 Lee 
Hall Wm. P. shoemaker, 30ft Aisquith 
Hall Wm. W. plasterer, 253 e Madison 
Hail Wm. W. 130 w Fayette 
Hall Wm. soldier, 40 Lee 
Hall Yald, laborer, 12 Cuba 
Hallamyer Francis, tailor, 257 n Caroline 
Hallamyer Joseph, tailor, 257 Caroline 
Hallaran James, laborer, 34 William 
Halle Simon H. tailor, 154 Franklin 
Hallen James, tinner, Girard house, 74 s Eu- 
taw 
Halligan Patrick, milkman, 5 Jenkins al 
Haller Abner, carpenter, 114 Boyd 
Haller Ezra, pattern maker, 186 Ramsay 
Haller George P. conductor, 186 Ramsay 
Haller Wm. T. salesman, Franklin house, 

n w cor Howard and Franklin 
Hallet John T. clerk, 61 Stirling 
Halliday James, nurseryman, n e cor Dolphin 

and Penna av 
HALLIDAY ROBERT, nurseryman and 

florist, n e cor Penna. av and Dolphin 
Hallmayer Edward T. clerk, cor Bevan and 

Constitution 
Hallock Zerubabel, paper hangings, 264 n 

Gay 
Hallworth Hannah, restauYant, 165 Eastern av 
Halmkim John G. painter, 22 Carlton 
Halmla Clias. cabinet maker, 45 Abbot 
Halpen Thomas, laborer, 75 s Caroline 
Halperstadt Wm. shoemaker, 80 Ensor 
Halstead John, Chesapeake Bark Mill, City 

Block, near drawbridge, dw 70 Block 
Halton Margaret, grocery, 364 e Monument 
Halup Mrs. Ann, cigar store, 142 s Fremont 
Halwadt Mrs. Sarah, 57 e Fayette 
Halzer Linhart, tailor, 3 Barnes 
Halzer Michael, tailor, 3 Barnes 



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Hamand Leopold, cigar maker, 68 n Howard 
Hamber Henry, laborer, 216 s Durham 
Hamberg John, tailor, 167 s Wolfe 
Hamburg Wm. milkman, 30 Cross 
Hamblet Friend M. shoemaker, 167 Orleans 
Hambleton John A & Co. (J. A. Hambleton, 
M. CrJss, J. W. Selby,) slock and gold 
brokers, 24 South 
Hambleton John A., (J. A. Hambleton & Co.) 

517 w Fayette 
Hambleton Mrs. R. 117 Pierce 
Hambleton Thomas B. sail maker, 6 Bowly's 

whf, dv/ 102 e Pratt 
Hambleton Thomas E. president of Maryland 
Fire Insurance Co. of Baltimore, dw 27 n 
Calhoun 
Hambriglit G. W. books and stationery, 

1421.^ n Calvert 
Hambright W. A 38 Courtland 
Hamburg Nicholas, shoemaker, 81 Mulberry 
Hamburger Aaron, dry goods, 181 n Gay 
Hamburger Abraham, dry goods, cor Jeffer- 
son and Dallas 
Hamburger & Bros. (Solomon, Louis and 
Philip Hamburger,) clothiers, 203 s Broad- 
way 
Hamburger Isaac, clothier, 181 Broadway 
Hamburger Jacob, 173 n Gay 
Hamburger John, 234 s Dallas 
Hamburger Mrs. J. millinery, 173 n Gay 
Hamburger Louis, (Hamburger & Bros.) 203 

s Broadway 
Hamburger Luther, dry goods, 123 e Pratt 
Hamburger M. clothier, 241 s Broadway 
Hamburger Morris, painter, n e cor Gay and 

Chesnut 
Hamburger Philip, (Hamburger & Bros.) 203 

s Broadway 
Hamburijer Solomon, (Hamburger & Bros.) 

203 s Bioadway 
Hamburger Valentine, lager beer brewer, 277 

s Ann 
Hamel Dr. Earnest F. 155s Bond 
Hamel Geo. baker, n e cor Hamburg and 

William 
Hamel Henry, boiler maker, 14 Poultney 
Hamel John, tinner, 250 s Bond 
Hameil Valentine, cooper, 113 n Caroline 
HAMER WM H. shoemaker, 56 n How- 
ard, dw 51 Hanover 
Hamil John, brickmaker, 15 Poultney 
Hamill Alexander, (Hamill & Co.,) 131 n Gay 
HAMILL & CO., (Alexander Hamill, Wm. 

J. Hamill) lamps and oils, 131 n Gay 
Hamill Chas. W. clerk, 6 Comet 
Hamill Geo. tailor, 24 Holland 
Hamill James H. prop, agent, 51 w Fayette, 

dw 197 e Fayette 
Hamill John, cooper, 236 Lee 
Hamill John A. (Bokee & Co.) 67 Harrison 
Hamill Patrick, cellar digger, 89 Richmond 
Hamill Patrick, barrel dealer, 104 Dugan's 

wharf 
Hamill Patrick, carter, 170 s Central av 
Hamill Robert, 173 Orleans 
Hamill Robert W. (R. \V. Hamill & Co.) 

101 Ai.<quith 
Hamill Robert, shoemaker, 6 Comet 
Hamill Rob't J. B.(Hamill & Co.) 107 n How- 
ard 
Hamill & Co. (R.J. B Hamill, Mary C. 
Hamill) books, stationery and fancy goods, 
107 n Howard 



HAMILL R. W. & Co., (R. W. Hamill, 
S. C. Hamill) coal oil works, n e cor Can- 
ton av and Eden 
Hamill S. C. (R. W. Hamill & Co.) 9 Ais- 

quith 
Hamill Thomas, feed, 64 Harrison, dw 67 
Hamill William J. (Hamill & Co.) 9 Ais- 

quith 
Hamilton Alex, teacher, 71 n Eutaw 
Hamilton Mrs. Ann, 332 Eastern av 
Hamilton Ann, laundress, 5 Low 
Hamilton Ann, Chappell near Penna. av 
Hamilton Ann, 594 w Saratoga 
Hamilton Caleb B. carpenter, 21 Scott 
Hamilton Caleb B. jr., (Hamilton & McCol- 

lum) 66 n Eutaw 
Hamilton Catherine, seamstress, 123 s Wolfe 
Hamilton Charles, messenger Bank of Balti- 
more, Baltimore Co. 
Hamilton Charles, laborer, 904 w Baltimore 
Hamilton Chas. R. tavern, foot of Concord, 

dw 95 Albemarle 
Hamilton E. J. clerk, 164 w Lombard 

HAMILTON GEO. W. Manufactu- 
rer and Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
Pipes, &c., 112 w Pratt-st., be- 
tween Commerce and South, dw 
Chappell near Pennsylvania av. 

Hamilton Geo. D. tinner, 332 Eastern av 
Hamilton Henry, clerk, 204 Saratoga 
Hamilton J. M. Southgate, clerk, 181 Frank- 
lin 
Hamilton James B. police, 282 e Madison 
Hamilton Mrs. James A. 57 Scott 
Hamilton James, bacon dealer, 197 e Monu- 
ment 
Hamilton Jacob, school, 68 Buren 
Hamilton John, machinist, 92 Dolphin 
Hamilton John, conductor, 52 s Schroeder 
Hamilton John, laborer, 25 e Monument 
Hamilton John, 113 Peirce 
Hamilton John, confectioner, n w cor Howard 

and Lexington, dw 61 n Charles 
Hamilton John, tailor, 30 Somerset 
Hamilton John T. conductor B. & 0. R. R., 

59 s Schroeder 
Hamilton John W. painter, 19 Ogston 
Hamilton Joseph, 271 n Howard 
Hamilton Joseph E. carpenter, 311 Aisquith 
Hamilton & Jones, (J. Hamilton,; furniture, 

240 w Pratt 
HAMILTON & McCOLLUM, (Caleb B. 
Hamilton, Fisman A. McCollum,) paper 
hangings, Venetian blinds, and window 
shades, 66 n Eutaw 
Hamilton Mary C. 64 Courtland 
Hamilton Mrs. W. Campbell, 79 Mulberry 
Hamilton Mrs. M. A milliner, 61 n Charles 
Hamilton Mrs. Mary, milk, 904 w Baltimore 
Hamilton M. A. & Co. (M. A. Hamilton, 
Wm. Forman,) commission merchants, 27 
s Frederick 
Hamilton Maxwell, brickmaker, 243 s Paca 
Hamilton M. Allen, (M. A. Hamilton & Co.) 

49 St. Paul 
Hamilton Peter, stone cutter, 226 e Pratt 
Hamilton Philip H. ship carpenter, 84 Block 
Hamilton Rebecca, 171 n Eutaw 
Hamilton Richard, ship carpenter, 281 s Bond 
Hamilton Robert, plumber, 10 Booth 



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Hamilton Robert, carpenter, cor Mercer and 
Grant, dw 347 w Lombard. 



HAMILTON SILAS M., Dealer 
and Shipper of Anthracite and 
George's Creek Cumberland Coal; 
Agencies Consolidation Coal Co. 
of Maryland; also the justly cele- 
brated Mount Savage Fire Brick, 
No. 117 w Balti'more-st., dw Bal- 
timore Co. 

Hamilton Thomas, carter, 343 e Eager 
Hamilton Thomas, laborer, 98 Chesapeake 
Hamilton Wesley, peddler, 31 Lemmon 
Hamilton William, machinist, 202 Garden 
Hamilton William, auction and commission 

merchant, 64 and 66 s Charles, dw York 

road near city limits 
Hamilton Wm. L machinist, 154 n Front 
Hamlen William C. mariner, Hamburg near 

William 
Hamlin Geo. P. (Randall & Hamlin,) 281 w 

Fayette 
Hamlin Michael, laborer, 151 Canton av 
Hamlin Thos. S. restaurant, 405 w Baltimore 
Hamling William, block and pump maker, 

184 s Paca 
Hammack George M. shoe store, 223 n Gay, 

dw 217 n Gay 
Hummack Mrs. Margaret, notion store, 217 

n Gay 
Hammal Frederick, saloon keeper, n e cor 

Hanover and L. Church 
Hamman Anna B. 35 Pearl 
Hamman Eliza, shirt maker, 240 Canton av 
Hamman John, soldier, 35 Pearl 
Hamman John, weaver, 121 Regester 
Hamman Michael, carpenter, 35 Pearl 
Hammann John, groceries, flour and feed, 

359 e Baltimore 
Hammann John A. (Ostendorf & Hammann,) 

143 Saratoga 
Hammann Michael, carver, 240 Canton av 
Hammann Philip, plumber, 136 s Bond 
Hammar Andrew, whip and cane maker, 5 

Humes 
Hamniel Jacob, jr. baker, 116 e Monument 
Hammel Geo. baker, 117 William 
Hammel Henry, locksmith, 74 Orleans 
Hammel Mary, 140 s Washington, F. P. 
Hammel Peter, 24 Sevan 
Hammel Valentine, cooper, 113 s Caroline 
Hammell Thomas, constable, Hunter al near 

Eden 
Hammer Christian, tailor and confectionery, 

141 Vine 
Hammer Eliza, boarding, 104 Franklin 
Hammer Geo tailor, 3 Rickett's al 
Hammer Jolin, laborer, 39 Fountain 
Hammer John, machinist, 7 Hoffman 
Hammer John, (Bokel & Hammer) 80 Han- 
over 
Hammer John A. hat store, 99 n Howard, 

dw 104 Franklin 
Hammer Michael, tinner, 71 s Bond 
Hammer Peter, millwright, 193 n Eutaw 
Hammer Peter G. bookkeeper, 120 s Eutaw 
Hammer Sarah, 103 n Eutaw 
Hammerbaclier, Geo. cooper, 16 Bevan 

#. HENRY GIESE, Commission MercUant 
Roaendale Cement and Calcined Plaster 

12 



Hammerbacher John, cooper, 344 s Sharp 
Hammerbacher John, cooper, 82 Leadenhall 
Hammerbacher Leonard, cooper, 253 Han- 
over 
Hammerbacher Martin, tavern, 26 Bevan 
HAMMERSLEY DAVID L. confectioner, 

26 n Greene 
Hammersley Geo. W. clerk, 26 n Greene 
Hammersley Wm. N. assistant assessor 3d 

district, 57 Conway 
Hammerslough Lewis, dry goods, 155 Lex- 
ington 
Hammerstaffer Mrs. Catherine, 187 Peirce 
Hammett Edward, blacksmith, 133 Conway 
Hammett John R. clerk, 97 e Pratt 
Hammitt Capt. Joseph A., 116 Barre 
Hammitt Thomas P., attorney, 7 Law build- 
ing, dw 300 n Howard 
Hammon Mrs. Francis, boarding, 202 s Ann 
Hammon Gustin R, clerk, 136 Conway 
Hammon Mrs. Richard, 136 Conway 
Hammond Ann, tailoress, 178 n Exeter 
HAMMOND BROTHER & CO., (J. L. 
Hammond, Jesse L. F. Hammond, J. L. 
Keene) real estate brokers, 29 St. Paul 
Hammond Charles, 282 w Fayette 
Hammond Charles H., bookkeeper Western 

Bank, dw Bolton above Lanvale 
Hammond Charles H., baggage master, 35 n 

Central av 
Hammond Christopher, tailor, 217 Hamburg 
Hammond David, hack driver, 134 Druid 

Hill av 
Hammond Edward, conductor, 431 w Fayette 
Hammond Eliza, 118 Pearl 
Hammond Mrs. Francis, 361 w Baltimore 
Hammond Fred'k, custom house, 204 Mont- 
gomery 
Hammond Geo. cabinet maker, 3 Etna la 
Hammond Geo. G. clerk, 779 w Baltimore 
Hammond George G. clerk, 190 Bolton 
Hammond Henry P. (Hammond & Smith) 

138 e Monument 
Hammond Henry, salesman, 19 s Howard 
Hammond Jacob, cabinet maker, 10 Etna la 
Hammond Jesse L. F. (Hammond, Bro. & 

Co.) 36 Saratoga 
Hammond John, hackman, 88 Cathedral 
HAMMOND JOHN D., saddle and harness 

maker, 348 w Baltimore, dw 9^^ n Eutaw 
Hammond John, lab'r, rear of 66 Eastern av 
Hammond John L. (Hammond, Bro. & Co.) 

36 Saratoga 
Hammond John, salesman, 14)^ s Calvert 
Hammond John T. hostler, 134 Druid Hill av 
Hammond Kitty A. 430 w Fayette 
Hammond Lloyd, groceries, flour, feed, and 

lime, n w cor Charles and West 
Hammond Marcus, caulker, 44 Hughes 
Hammond Dr. Milton, homeopalhist, 57 n 

Paca 
Hammond Pleasant, carpenter, 94 Richmond 
Hammond R. 84 Hanover 
Hammond & Smith, (H. P. Hammond, J. 

Smith, house carpenters, 8 Grant 
Hammond. Sollers & Co. (T. W. Hammond, 
T. Everist Sollers, S. D. Sollers,) saddle, 
harness and trunk manufactory, 304 w Bal- 
timore 
Hammond Thos. W. (Hammond, Sollers & 

Co.) 304 w Baltimore 
Hammond Rev. Wm. S. 52 n Calhoun 
Hamner Rev. Dr. James G. 135 St. Paul 

, for t'le sale of Flour, Grain, Seeds, Sic 
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Hampe Adnlph, scale maker, rear of 12 Light 
Hampe Francis, cigar maker, 92 ii Pine 
Hunipe William, cigar packer, 92 n Pine 
Hampf Matthew, cooper, 345 s Sharp 
HAMPSHIRE AND BALTlMORh: COAL 
CO. 56 Exchange place, Alex. Gemmell, 
agent 
Hampson A. J. grocer, 81 n Charles 
Hampson Edwin, hatter, 193 \v Baltimore 
Hampsoii Isabella, teacher, 97 Garden 
Hampson James S. salesman, 121 n Eutaw 
Hampson Joseph, bricklayer, Eutaw between 

Monument and Madison 
Hampton Jesse B. carpenter, 25 s Poppleton 
Hampton John A. E. carpenter, 165 Columbia 
Hampton Robt. B. carpenter, 564 w Lombard 
Hampton Susan, seamstress, 19] w Biddle 
Hanan Francis W. butcher, 118 Centre Mar- 
ket, dw 3 Potomac 
Hanap George F. butcher, 120 Centre Mar- 
ket, dw 84 Centre Market space 
Hanan H. Murray, sccrL'tary Baltimore and 

York Turnpike Co., 11 Courtland 
Hanan J. S. attorney, 31 St. Paul, dw 68 

Decker 
Hanan John, attorney and U. S. Commis- 
sioner, 11 Courtland 
Hanan Owen, laborer, 34 Morton al 
Haiiauer Henry, shoemaker, 99 Hampstead 
Hanaway Patrick, laborer, 7 Fall 
Hance James, apothecary, 82 Columbia 
Haiice Soth S. apothecary, 108 w Baltimore, 

dw 185 n Calvert 
Hanche Harmah, 140 s Caroline 
Hancock Albert R. clerk, 188 w Biddle 
Hancock Aljsalom, collector, 325 e Baltimore 
Hancock Charles A. 4 n Regester 
Hancock Mrs Elizabeth, confectionery, 107 

Cross 
Hancock Henry C engineer, 112 Hughes 
Hancock Henry K. sheet iron worker, 30 East 
Hancock .luliii, 5 Chew 

HA.NCOCK JOHN F. apothecary, n w cor 
Baltimore and Caroline, dw 342 e Baltimore 
Hancock John T. general artist, 26 Brune 
Hand Alexander, boot maker, 65 n Eutaw 
Hand Henry, turnkey Eastern District, 112 s 

Ann 
Hand John, peddler, 11 Hillen 
Hand John B. fisherman, 9 Hawk 
Hand J"lin H. police, 172 Gough 
Hand M irgaret, teacher, Ann between Pratt 

and Gough 
Hand S. G. general com. and shipping mer- 
chant, 101 Smith's wharf, dw 75 Lexington 
Hand Thomis B. tinner, 33 e Baltimore, dw 

193 H Fay.iie 
Hand Tavern, 42 n Paca, near Lexington 
Handley Amos, carpenter, 39 n Poppleton ^"ifi- 
Handley Andrew, laborer, 3 Smith's al 
Handley Hugh, laborer, 127 Chew 
Handlin Eliza, 7 Lancaster 
Handren John, stonemason, 48 s Liberty al 
Hands Catherine, teacher, 40 s Exeter 
Hands Lafayette G. 40 s Exeter 
Handy Charles C. police, 34 n Schroeder 
Handy James A. undertaker, 166 s Caroline 
Haiidy Samuel J. K. attorney. Eager near 

Lovegrove al 
Handy Thomas P. clerk, 183 St. Paul 
Hane Plulip, 2 Wills 

Haiii^ker Theo. cabinet* maker, 246 Hanover 
Haiies Eliza, boarding, 138 n Pine 



Hanes Edward, conductor N. C. R., 357 Cw 

thedral 
Hanes Francis M. coach painter, 622 w Bal 

timore, d 138 Pine 
Hanesy Patrick, laborer, 2 Rose 
Haney Charles M. conductor, 107 Conway 
Haney Mrs. Elizabeth, 4 Williamson al 
HANEY JAMES, hair and fancy store, 141 

w Baltimore 
Haney Mrs. M. I 421 w Lombard 
Haney Rebecca, grocery, 59 Chesnut 
Haney Mrs. Rosanna, 301 n Eutaw 
Hanf Jacob, soldier, 41 Baker 
Hanftling George, shoemaker, 152 Henrietta 
Hanfurann Leopold, barber, 61 n Central av 
Hanham Benj. D. shoemaker, Boston w of 

Clinton 
Hanie Stephen, caulker, 41 n Front 
Hanie Williard S. ship joiner, 41 n Front 
Hank Dr. J. W. F. lOO'w Biddle 
Hank Mrs. Sarah, 444 Walsh 
Hankey Andrew J. weigher, 116 e Pratt 
Hankey Joseph, coal dealer, 31 e Lombard 
Hanks Elizabeth, seamstress, 83 n Dallas 
Hanlan John,4ii5 > Charles 
Hanlan John, laborer, 39 York 
Hanlen James, laborer, 16 Valley 
Hanler Catherine, washerwoman, 6 Butler 
Hanley James, 17 Fish Market space 
Hanley Michael, laborer, 164 East 
Hanley Michael, porter, Ensor near Hillen 
Hanley Patrick, 251 Hamburg 
Hanley Patrick, laborer, 5 Scott 
Hanley Timothy, laborer, 30 Boyd 
Hanlin Edward, carter, 60 Preston 
Hanline Mauritz, paints, &c., 221 s Bond 
Hanlon Christopher, laljorer, 59 Clay 
Haiilon Joseph, moulder, 20 s Schroeder 
Hanlon Patrick, carpenter, 529 Saratoga 
Hanlon Thomas, junk dealer, 182 Chesnut 
Hann Anna, tailoress, 426 w Lombard 
Hann Henry, weaver, 36 Lewis 
Hann Henry C. brickhiyer, 59 McHenry 
Hann Jacob, briok layer, 59 McHenry 
Hann James H. 10 n Calhoun 
Hann John, clerk, 426 w Lombard 
Hann John H. clerk, 6 s Broadway 
Hanna Beersheba, school teacher, 31 e Pratt 
Hanna Charles F. clerk, 37 n Gilmor 
Hanna Charles F. clerk, 28 Pleasant 
Hanna Conrad, laborer, 215 s Wolfe 
Hanna George, furniture repairer, 66 Hillen 
Hanna John, tobacconist, 7 ii Calvert, dw 28 

Pleasant 
Hanna Martha J. teacher, 449 n Gay 
Hanna Mary, teacjier, 31 e Pratt 
Hanna Capt. Robert, 108 e Fayette 
Hanna Robert, cabinet maker, 449 n Gay 
""anna Samuel, stone cutler, 122 Chew 
"Hanna Wm. importer tobacco, cigars, &c. 7 
n Calvert and n w cor Baltimore and St. 
Paul, dw 28 Pleasant 
Hannagan Frederick C. 38 L. Church 
Hannagan Thos. furn. wagoner, 92 Ramsay 
Hannah Charles, cooper, s e cor L. Water 

and Grant 
Hannah James H. shoemaker, 5 n Frederick 
Hannam Mrs. Sarah, 201 Druid Hill av 
Hannaman Lewis, carpenter, Frederick road 

w of city limits 
Hannan Ann, laundress, 58 Davis 
Haniian Bernard, tavern, 29 Centre Market 
space 



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Hannan Bridget, tavern, 23 w Lombard 
Hannan Micliat'l, carter, 12 Rureii 
Hannan Patrick, tailor, 21 w Lombard 
Hannan Rose, 62 Preston 
Hanne Henry, furn. wagoner, 202 s Bond 
Hannegan Mrs. Margaret, 502 w Pratt 
Hannerman Herman, drayman, 49 Marion 
Hanney Mrs. Mary A. boarding, 123 Camden 
Hannibal Henry, lager beer saloon, 51 Har- 
rison 
Hannon John, soldier, 5 Truxton 
Hannon W. H B. grocer, 5 Columbia 
Hanrahan Martin, diayman, 9 Young 
Hans E. F. clerk, 41 Columbia 
Hans John, painter, 41 Columbia 
Hanschc Thomas, Fountain hotel 
Hanshaw John G. clerk, 1 Warner 
Hansler Frederick, lager beer, 129 Forrest 
Hanson Knoch F. carpenter, 40 Millirnan 
Hanson Gearhart, tailor, 60 Kinj; 
Hanson Geo. H. shoemaker, 230 n Bond 
Hanson H. W clerk, Adams Express, 10 

George 
Hanson John N. shoemaker, 230 n Bond 
Hanson John, laborer, 157 West 
Hanson John, tinner, 189 e Fayette 
Hanson Louisa, 181 w Lombai'd 
Hanson Mary, 383 Saratoga 
Hanson Michael, laborer, 181 William 
Hanson Nic^holas, carpenter, 40 Millirnan 
Hanson Neil, blacksmith, cor O'Doniiell and 

Canton 
Hanson Peter, rigger, 306 Aliceanna 
Han.son P. W. collector B. & O. R. R. 47 n 

Liberty 
H:ANS0N peter, tin ware and house fur- 
nisher, 32 e Baltimore 
Hanson Mrs. Rachel, 45 s Popnleton 
Hanson Randall, shoemaker, 121 Chew 
Hanson Thomas H. furniture, 27 and 29 s 

Calv(;rt, dw Catonsville, Baltimore co. 
Hanson T. P. rigger, 272 Easiern av 
Hanson Thos. milk, n e cor Cantcni av& Dallas 
Hanson Wm E. grain agent, 560 w Baltimore 
Hanson W. R, 96 w Pratt 
Hanson Wm. H. saddler, 383 Saratoga 
Hanthorn Mrs. Mary, 133 s Paca 
Hanzsche & Co. { E. Hanzsche, H. Hanzsche) 
English and Gorman book and job printers, 
over s w cor Light and Baltimore 
Hanzsche E. (Hanzsche & Co.) 202 Saratoga 
Hanzsche Frederick A. English and German 
book and job printer, over 232 w Baltimore, 
dw 181 Saratoga 
Hanzsche H. (Hanzsche & Co.) Fountain 

hotel 
Hanzsche Theodore, clerk. Mansion House, 

n w cor Fayette and St. Paul 
Haphy Mary, tavern, 131 s Exeter 
Hapler Conrad, cabinet mak. 16 New Church 
Happel Augustus, musician, 244 e Monument 
Hap|iel Conrad, tobacconist, James al betw. 

Cross and Poultney 
Happel Henry, tailor, 156 n Caroline 
Happel John, plasterer, 166 Peirce 
Happel John, carpenter, 136 n Bond 
Happel Peter, boiler maker, 12 Booth 
Hapner Mrs. Cordelia, 122 St. Peter 
Happersett & Lindenberg, (J. B. Happersett, 
C.T. Lindenberg,) paper hangers and up- 
holsterers, 2 n Front 
Happersett John B. (Happersett & Linden- 
berg,) 192 n Central av 



Happhy Joanna, 73 Eastern av 
Happoldt Henry H. painter, 261 Franklin 
Harback Chas. saddler, 337 e Eager 
Harback Francis M. restaurant, 10 St. Paul, 

dw 32 Camden 
Harback John S. saddler, Belair av nr Wolfe 
Harback Samuel, painter, 337 e Eager 
Harback Stephen, saddler, 337 e Eager 
Harbarkoin John, grocery, 76 s Central av 
Harbaugh Anna M. confectionery, 121 n Cal- 
vert 
Harbaugh Benjamin, clerk, 121 n Calvert 
Harbaugh Charles L. W. clerk, 19 s Oregon 
Harbaugh Gustavus, machinist, 440 n Gay 
Harbaugh Jas. O. chairmaker, 121 n Calvert 
Harbaugh Jerome, coachmaker, 19 s Oregon 
Harbaugh Mrs. Rosanna, 285 Druid Hill av 
Harbaugh Thomas H. chairmaker, 186 e 

Fayette 
Harbaugh Thomas, shoemaker, 285 Druid 

Hillav 
Harberig Franz, laborer, 103 s Regester 
Harbert Harry, clerk, 279 Lexington 
Harbold Charles, cabinet maker, 90 s Howard 
Harburger Asher, clerk, 10 s Exeter 
Harburger Emanuel, tailor, 48 Granby 
Harburn Jolin, huckster, 31 Warner 
Hard Miles E. printer, 126 Columbia 
Hardcastle Marcus L. janitor University of 
Maryland and collector, 110 Druid Hill av 
Hardcastle John, commercial agent, 215 Sara- 
toga 
Harden John S. (Hopkins, Harden & Kemp,) 

31 Holline 
Harden Richard, horses, 6 s Pine 
Harden Thomas, hay jiacker, 296 s Paca 
Harden Rev. Wm. 308 e Baltimore 
Hardcnbrook John A. inspec'r C. S. depart- 

mont, 225 Franklin 
Hardenstein John, basket maker, 213 n Bond 
Hardester Abraham, sailraaker, 59 Centre 

Market space 
Hardester David, engineer, 200 Forrest 
Hardester David, machinist, s e cor Madison 

and Sterling 
Hardesty Mrs. Charles R. 251 n Eutaw 
Hardesty Mrs. E. 31 Cathedral 
Hardesty Frank H. (Gover, Hardesty & Co.) 

126 St. Paul 
Hardesty Geo. W. brass foundry, 44 Holi- 
day, dw 100 n Front 
Hardesty Hannah S. matron Aged Men's 

Home, n w cor Lexington and Calhoun 
Hardesty James H. 92 Pearl 
Hardesty James, clerk, 92 Pearl 
Hardesty John, carpenter, 24 s Caroline 
Hardesty Richard S. 126 St. Paul 
Hardesty Richard, clerk, 16 McElderry 
Hardesty Richard W. clothier, 160 w Pratt, 

dw 16 McElderry 
Hardesty Thomas H. mariner, 72 s Wash- 
ington, F P. 
Hartley Hilleary E. bookkeeper, 28 s Sharp 
Hardigan Jeremiah, laborer, 86 n Front 
Hardin Joseph, conductor, 52 s Schroeder 
Hardin Richard A. police, 163 Orleans 
Harding C. laborer, 287 n Eutaw 
Harding H. M. baggage master N. C. R. dw 

Hand tavern 
Harding James S. carpenter, 25 McClellan'a 

al, dw Mansion house 
Harding John, mariner, 96 L. Church 
Harding Peter, 84 s Eden 



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Harding John, clerk, Howard house 
Harding Mary, dressmaker, 37 n Liberty 
Harding Wm. H. carpenter, 109 Vine 
Harding Wm. H. agricultural implement 
manuf. s w cor Barre and Light, dw 149 
Hanover 
Hardisty Anna M. .36 s High 
Hardman Lizzie 137 s ?]xeter 
Hardtner Mrs. Catharine, confectioner, 132 

Columbia 
Hardtner Jacob, laborer, 132 Columbia 
Hardtner J. Leonard, ship carp. 405 n Gay 
Hardwick Henry T. paper carrier, 58 Green- 
mount av 
Hardwick Wm. C. grocery, cor Bond and 

Jefferson 
Hardy Capt. Bcnj. R. 96 s Ann 
Hardy Conrad, tailor, 5 Baker 
Hardy Mrs. Elizabeth, 9'1 w Baltimore 
Hardy George, cutter, 47 Chew 
Hardy George, 62 s Ann 
Hardy George E. D. clerk, 47 Chew 
Hardv George, salesman, Commercial hotel, 

71 Hanover 
Hardy Geo. W. plowsmith, 111 Hamburg 
Hardy Geo. 94 s Ann 
Hardy Henry, pilot, 94 s Ann 
Hardy Henry, huckster, 5 Baker 
Hardy Hugh M. carter, 95 Boyd 
Hardy James C. engineer, 55 s Schroeder 
Hardy John T. pilot, 96 s Ann 
Hardy John D. auctioneer, 47 Chew 
Hardy John, laborer, 284 Canton av 
Hardy John, watchman, 22 s Schroeder 
Hardy John W. clerk, 47 Chew 
Hardy Mrs. Kate, 148 Stirling 
Hardy Samuel, 294 s Howard 
Hardy Snmraerfield, 392 w Lombard 
Hardy Wm. finisher, 30 s Poppieton 
Hare Catharine E. 6 Hull's la 
Hare Catherine, Foster al near Grundy 
Hare John, laborer, 15 St. Mary 
Hare John H. portrait painter, 8 Harford av 
Hare Michael, grocery, 331 Cathedral 
Hare Wm. portrait painter, 8 Harford av 
Haren Michael, laborer, 15 Cuba 
Harfr)rd Mary A. 29 e Fayette 
Harford Geo. R.. cabinet maker, 484 Lexington 
Hargadon Ellen, confectionery, 365 w Pratt 
Hargadon Dominic, moulder, 365 w Pratt 
Hargrove Sidney, 233 Lexington 
Harig Bernard, (J. & B. L. Harig,) 67 Hill 
Harig Henry, tailor, 169 s Broadway 
Harig John B. 94 Hill 

Harig Joseph, (J. & B. L. Harig,) 66 Hill 
Harig J. & B. L. hardware and stoves, 72 Hill 
Harig John F. macliinist, 7 Leadenhall 
Harker Charles, garbage cart, 8 Hagar ct 
Harker George, huckster, 100 e Eager 
JIark«r John J. carpenter, 214 Harford av 
Harker John V. tavern, 101 Greenmount av 
Harketr Julia Ann, 313 Forrest 
Harker Dr. Richard M. J. 77 Hillen 
.'Haiker Wm., Gen. Wayne Inn 
Harkins Manness, laborer, 22 Jew al 
HarknesE Andrew, clerk, 74 s Eden 
HarknesB Alutary, milkman, 517 Franklin 
Harkness Thomas, grocery, n w cor Frank- 
lin and Fremont 
Harkum James, painter, 70 William 
Harlan Anthony, laborer, 293 Eastern av 
Harlan George 0. tinner, Gerard House, 74 
s Eutaw 



Harle Louis, shoemaker, 342 w Pratt 
Harley James K. artist, over s w cor Charles 

and Fayette, dw 26 s Caroline 
Harlow Branch B. bookkeeper, 161 w Biddle 
Harlow Bridget, 23 Concord 

Harlow , laborer, 224 s Sharp 

Harman Benhardt,junk deal. 302 e Monument 
Harman Born, blacksmith, 380 Saratoga 
Harman C. Morris, clerk, 214 w Fayette 
Harman Catherine, 39 n Dallas 
Harman Daniel, cutter, 61 n Howard 
Harman Elias, keeper Carroll's iioint bridge 
Harman Elias, keeper Gwyn's Falls bridge 
Harman Fruderica, 156 Orleans 
Harman George, hatter, 60 s Paca 
Harman George, laborer, 23 Guilford al 
Harman George, (Isaac Cox & Co.) 60 s 

Paca 
Harman Rev. Henry M. principal Light-st 
Institute, adjoining Light-st M. E. Church, 
dw 54 s Sharp 
Harman Jacob, s e cor Eden and Orleans 
Harman John, ship carpenter, 100 Orleans 
Harman John, butcher, 106 Hampstead 
Harman Jacob, 439 w Pratt 
Harman Lizzie, teacher, 71 n Eutaw 
Harman Littleton, labor'r, John nrTownsend 
Harman Alark, clerk, 111 'w Fayette 
Harman Michael, 17 Abbot 
Harman Robert, (Harman & Soran,) 121 s 

Bond 
Harman & Soran, (Robert Harman, C. J. 
Soran,) wholesale dealers in wood and cane 
chairs, over 16 s Charles 
Harman Samuel, brickmaker, 33 Conway 
Harman Samuel, clerk, 156 Orleans 
Harman Thomas, machinist, 24 s Bond 
Harman Wm. H. clerk, 5 Columbia 
Harman Wm. professor of mi'.sic, 214 w 

Fayette 
Harmon Mrs. Eliza, 117 s Bond 
Harmon Robert, clerk, 117 s Bond 
Harms Harman, tavern, 25 Commerce 
Harms John, cigar maker, 22 Commerce 
Harmse John H. restaurant, 310 w Pratt 
Harmyer Anthony, grocer, 88 n Front 
Hariiaer John, drayman, 54 n Pine 
HARNDEN EXPRESS, s w cor Baltimore 

and Sliarp, John Q. A. Herring, agent 
Harnes Wm. H. steward, 28 North 
Harney E. R. young ladies' seminary, 596 w 

Fayette 
Harnsy Luke, laborer, 27 .Abbot 
Harney Martha, teacher, 596 w Fayette 
Harney Thomas, ship smith, 94 Block 
Harnick John, drayman, 102 St. Peter 
Harnini; Joseph, blacksmith, 72 Decker 
Harold Mathias, shoemaker, 215 Aliceanna 
Harp Edward, huckster, 167 s Ann 
Harp Elen, 313 Canton av 
Harp Wm. trader, 81 Bank 
Harper Ann, hucksteress, over 47 Centre 

Market space 
Harper Elizabeth, vest maker, 120 Hoffman 
Harper Emily L., 10 Cathedral 
Harper F. P., train master, 92 Preston 
Harper Capt. James L., mariner, 65 s Bond 
Harper James B., (John W. Harper & Co.,) 

156 w Lombard 
HARPER JOHN W. & CO., (James B. 
Hooper,) bill poster and distributor, Jarvk 
Building, n w cor Baltimore and North. — 
[See p. 39 .Advertisements.] 



JA3£ES H. JOHXSOX, City Steam Firewood MiU.s— "Warren's Fire and "Wat«r.vroo* 
3.oofiiig, and Patent Neoteric Suiolung Tuliei, over 99 "W. Baltiniore-st. 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, No. 40 W, 

Baltimore Street. 



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Harper John W., 193 n Caroline 
Harper Mrs. M., dress maker, 2 Mulberry 
Harper Prcsbury, slioemaker, 193 n Caroline 
Harper Sarah, 137 North 

Harper Washington, cigar maker, 242 Mul- 
berry 
Harper Wm. W., painter, 237 Chesnut al 
Harps William, mariner, 175 s Washing- 
ton, F P. 
Harr Adam, shoemaker, 82 North 
HARR CHARLES E., (late Petting,) watch- 
maker, 205 e Baltimore 
Harr Elizabeth, seamstress, 23 Orleans 
Harr Jacob, barkeeper, 158 s Broadway 
Harr James W., machinist, 293 Columbia 
Harr John, restaurant, 158 s Broadway 
Harr Michael, laborer, 209 s Bond 
Harr Peter, collector, 28 St. Paul, dw 190 e 

Fayette 
Harr Miss Susanna, 293 Columbia 
Harreas James, Church Home, Broadway 
Harrer Godfrey, baker, 235 Aliceanna 
Harregal John G., laborer, 256 e Madison 
Harrigan Andrew, collector, 223 n Eden 
Harrigan Catherine, grocery, 2 Front 
Harrigan John, laijorer, 661 Penna av 
Harrigan Mrs. Julia, grocery, 168 Columbia 
Harrigan Mark, wagoner, 182 s Central av 
Harrigan Mary, 154 Raborg 
Harrigan Peter, laborer, 168 Columbia 
Harrigan Thomas, officer Md. Penitentiary, 

cor Eager and Stirling 
Harrigan Thomas W., clerk, 204 e Eager 
Harrigut John, laborer, 80 Union 
Harrington Abraham B., drayman, 10 Mul- 
= berry 

-= Harrington Mrs. A. M., music teacher, 137 

c Lexington 

'= Harrington Mrs. Eliza, grocery, 324 Mul- 

'*" berry 

-s Harrington Elisha, property agent and collec- 

= tor, 79 Second, dw 101 w Biddle 

^ Harrington Elisha, jr., (Harrington & Mills,) 

o „, 330 Madison av 

3 ~ Harrington James, grgcery, 205 Hollins 
g c Harrington Jeremiah, laborer, 160 s Chapel 
^;5 Harrington John P., carpenter, 217 n Bond 
= j^ Harrington John, sexton, 218 Hollins 
£ ^ Harrington Joshua, restaurant, 30 Ensor 
• ^^ Harrington Mrs. Louisa, tailoress, 487 w 
i Z'Z Pratt 

IJ: . Harrington Rob't, soldier, rearof592Saratoga 
i'~'S Harrington Samuel, upholsterer, 11 Mullikin 
'"c § Harrington Thomas, mariner, 71 e Monument 
; * ^ Harrington Wm., mariner, 142 Hughes 
" J'i Harrington Wm., carpenter, 140 n Fremont 
■*■ Harriss Abraham, furrier, 65 n High 

Harriss Alexander, chief clerk Auditor's 

office, B. & 0. R. R., 93 McCulloh 
Harris Benjamin, machinist, Clinton n of 

Boston 
Harris Buelah, dry goods, 140 Lexington 
Harris C. B. 141 St Paul 
Harris Mrs. Dr. C. A. 141 St. Paul 
Harris Charles W. chairmaker, 158 n Bond 
Harris David, (J. Walker & Co.) 282 w 

Fayette 
Harris Edward B. clerk, 525 Saratoga 
Harris George J. cigar maker, 326 s Charles 
Harris George, blacksmith, 57 Columbia 
Harris George M. 6 e Baltimore 
Harris George W. (Claubaugh & Harris,) 
Carey, between Lexington and Saratoga 



Harris Henry W. (Samuel Harris & Sons,) 

68 w Madison 
Harris James A. bookkeeper, Gen. Wayne _ 

hotel, n w cor Paca and Baltimore 
Harris James, laborer, 91 Albemarle 
Harris James, moulder, 30 s Repultlican 
Harris James B. carpenter, 30 Gouirh 
Harris James T. bricklayer, 118 Jeiferson 
Harris J. Morrison, attorney. Spurrier's ct., 

Lexington near St. Paul, dw Harford road 

Baltimore county 
Harris John, stone quarrier, s e cor Grundy 

and Townsend 
Harris John, rear 70 Harrison 
Harris John, 14 Hamburg 
Harris Joseph, furniture cars, 310 n Eutaw 
Harris Joseph, merchant tailor, 52 n Howard 
Harris Joseph, furniture cars, 1 Garden 
Harris Joseph, clerk, 163 w Lombard 
Harris Lethe Ann, 755 w Baltimore 
Harrs Marsraret 203 Chesnut 
Harris Matthias, police, 118 Mullikin 
Harris Phebe, dressmaker, 158 n Bond 
Harris P>ichard, car driver, 42 Frederick av 
Harris Robert, printer, 133 n Bethel 
Harris R.ibert, furniture car, 310 n Eutaw 
Harris Samuel & Sons, (T. C. Harris, H. W. 

Harris,) bankers, 196 w Baltimore 
HARRIS SAMUEL, Jr., stock broker, base- 
ment Chesapeake Bank, dw Guy's hotel 
Harris Samuel, engineer, 31 Henrietta 
Harris Mrs. S. G. 298 w Fayette 
Harris Thomas C. (Samuel Harris & Sons,) 

68 w Madison 
Harris Tluimas H. sailor, 197 s Chapel 
Harris Wm. H. bricklayer, 12 Rock 
Harris Wm. brass moulder, 117 Chew 
Harris Wm. steward, 28 North 
Harris Wmi gunsmith, 116 w Pratt, dw 4 

Henrietta 
Harris Wm. D. ship joiner, 44 Philpot, dw 

300 e Pratt 
Harris Wm. bricklayer, Clinton s of Boston 
Harris Wm. 66 Block 
Harris Wm. 136 s Exeter 
Harris Wm. T., cooper, 162 West 
Harris Wm. H., carpenter, 755 w Baltimore 
Harrison Alexander, sailor, 60 Thames 
Harrison Mrs. Annie R., 104 e Monument 
Harrison Benjamin, clerk, 113 German 
Harrison Benj. H., carpenter, 1 n Central av, 

dw 149 e Baltimore 
Harrison Caroline, 51 Warren 
Harrison Mrs. Caroline, 40 Columbia 
Harrison Catherine, 143 Mulberry 
Harrison Chas. S., bookkeeper, 40 Columbia 
Harrison Charles E., varnisher, 189 East 
Harrison Charles T., ship carpenter, 170 

Bank 
Harrison Charles E., clerk, B.&O. R. R., 

29 s Howard 
Harrison Mrs. Daniel E., paints, &c., 194 e 

Baltimore 
Harrison Mrs. Dorothea, boarding, 136 Lee 
Harrison Kdward, laborer, 118 Eislein 
Harrison Mrs. Elizabeth, 33 Gittings 
Harrison Mrs. Elizabeth A., 54 St. Paul 
Harrison Mrs. Elizabeth E., 196 Saratoga 
Harrison Francis A., clerk, 297 e Baltimore 
Harrison Francis, upholsterer, 95 n Eden 
Harrison Francis J., clerk, 197 n Dallas 
Harrison George L., real estate broker, 29 
St. Paul, dw Baltimore Co. 



RAY3IO\'D, BURTOX ti CO., IGS Ealtinxore-st., near C.tlvert. keep tlie Largest and 
Best Appointed Shirt and Furiiisliing Goods House iu the Uuited States. 



Call at the Popular Clothing House, l\o. 4.0. 



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Harrison Geo. H., boiler maker, 24 Sterrelt 
Harrison Mrs. Harriet, 118 Cathedral 
Harrison Henry G., currier, 164 n Spring 
Harrison Henry E., plasterer, 114 n Eden 
Harrison James, ship carpenter, 247 Gough 
Harrison James H., clerk N. C. R., Susque- 
hanna hotel 
Harrison John, hatter. 68 McKim 
Harrison John, clerk, 67 Pearl 
Harrison John, ijrakesman, 28 s Poppletcn 
Harrison John W., lager beer saloon, Boston 

e of Canton bridge 
Harrison John, painter, 222 s Caroline 
Harrison John A., painter, 24 Slemmer al 
Harrison John H., police, 316 Canton av 
Harrison Julia, confectionery, 37 s Caroline 
Harrison Lewis B., clerk, 41) Columbia 
Harrison Lewis, clerk, 92 n Exeter 
Harrison Lucretia, 34 Johnson 
Harrison Marg't E., boarding, 110 w Fayette 
Harrison Maria L., bookstore, 86 Hanover 
Harrison Maria, 27 n Front 
Harrison Mark, laborer, 68 McKim 
Harrison Mary A , 29 s Howard 
Harrison Mary A., 195 n Caroline 
Harrison Nathan, 17 Pearl 
Harrison N. S., 54 Josephine ct 
Harrison Norval, clerk, 169 w Lombard 
Harrison Olive, ship carpenter, 34 Johnson 
Harrison P. H., tobacconist, 41 Clay, dw 16 

Barnel 
Harrison Rev. Peyton, 90 Read 
Harrison Richard H., police, 75 Hamburg 
Harrison R. S. S., clerk at Chesapeake Bank, 

8 e cor North and Fayette 
Harrison Susanna, 698 w Baltimore 
Harrison Thomas, plumlicr, 130 Pine 
Harrison Thomas, 43 n Strieker 
Harrison Thomas K., ship cai-penter, 76 s 

Caroline 
Harrison Wm. E. C, salesman, 86 Hanover 
Harrison Wm., shoemaker, 1 s Greene 
Harrison Wm. A., shoemaker, 84 s Charles, 

dw 216 e Monument 
Harrison Wm. N., book agent, 37 Stirling 
Harrison Wm. H., carpenter, 190 L. Consti- 
tution 
Harrison Wm. G., 378 Eutaw place 
Harrison Wm. T., painter, 301 e Monument 
Harrod Wm. T. shoemaker, 137 s Regester 
Harrold Mrs. Margaret F. 37 Hollins 
Harrygan Mrs. Ellen, confectionery, 365 w 

Pratt 
Harryman Aquilla, supdt. and gate keeper at 

Baltimore Cemetery 
Harryman Benj. B. 33 Jefferson 
HARRYMAN & BROOKS, (John G. Har- 
ryman, Albert J. Brooks,) produce com- 
mission merchants, 43 s Howard 
Harryman John G. (Harryman & Brooks,) 

dw 27 s Howard 
Harryman Josiah, produce dealer, 207 e 

Monument 
Harryman Julia Ann, 82 n Exeter 
Hcuryman Mrs. Mary, 7 Little al 
Harryman Thomas, furniture wagoner, 242 n 

Caroline 
Harryman Walter, police, 158 e Pratt 
Harryman Wm. carter, 211 n Eden 
Harschert Philip, grocery, 25 L. Gough 
Hart Mrs. Amelia, grocery, 221 e Pratt 
Hart Mrs. Ann, Harford av extended 
Hart Catherine, tailoress, 1 Harden ct | 

J- IIIiI.\ilV GIESE, Coiiuiussiou I>lei-cliant. 
Roseufiale Cement aud Calcined Plaster 



Hart Edward, laborer, 5 Pleasant 

Hart Elizabeth, 93 s Chapel 

Hart Francis, jr. machinist, Mount Royal, 

foot of MclMechin 
Hart George, cooper, 150 Cross 
Hart George, tailor, 72 Somerset 
Hart Henry, laborer, 22 Fell 
Hart Hugh, laborer, 140 s Castle 
Hart James, clerk, 55 Garden 
Hart James, clerk, 199 w Fayette 
Hart John, mariner, 254 s Ann 
Hart John H. upholsterer, 419 w Lombard 
Hart .Tohn, huckster, 88 Hamburg 
Hart Mrs. Margaret, 236 Columbia 
Hart Margaret, dry goods, 1561-^ Lexington 
Hart Maggie, millinery, 65 Penna. av 
Hart Marx M wood engraver, over 220 w 
Baltimore, dw 156}.^ Lexington. — [See p. 62 
Jldvertisements.] 
Hart Mary C. 220 Orleans 
Hart Miles E. printer, 236 Columbia 
Hart Mrs. Rebecca P. 47 Mc Henry 
Hart Robert M. clerk, 661 w Fayette 
HART & SON, (Francis Hart,) coal and 
flour dealers, cor Biddle and Cathedral, dw 
55 Garden 
Hart Samuel, clerk, 77 e Lombard 
Hart Samuel, grocer, n e cor North and Sara- 
toga 
Hart Sarah J. dress maker, 402 n Gay 
Hart Stephen F. clerk, 65 Penna- av 
Hart Tobias, clothier, 11 w Second, dw 77 e 

Lombard 
Hart Wm. printer, 55 Garden 

Hartaker , tailor, 8 Burke 

Hartan Nicholas, tailor, 145 e Pratt 
Hartel Charles, shoemaker, 11 Painter's ct 
Hartel John M. paper boxes, over 21 w Bal- 
timore, dw 84 e Lombard 
Harten Aim M. 100 Dolphin 
Harten Ellen R. 100 Dolphin 
Harten John, carter, 100 Dolphin 
Harter Thomas 0. 44 Centre Market space 
Harlfelder Frtd'k, shoemaker, 218 Hamburg 
Harigens Christopher, lager beer saloon, 114 

n Franklin 
Hartigan Catherine A. nur.se, 51 McHenry 
Hartigan Morris, boss coal heaver, 83 s Pop- 
plelon 

Halting , cabinet mak. 43 L. McElderry 

Harting Louis, Lt. U. S A. 148 n Exeter 
Hartjens Christopher, 301 w Saratoga 
Hartlein Charles, brewer, Belair av near 

Chester 
Hartley Frank, fisherman, 80 Durst al 
Hartley Geo. machinist, 122 Pine 
Hartley John, ship carpenter, 338 Canton av 
Hartley John, car driver, 130 s Regester 
Hartley Naomi, matron Maryland Peniten- 
tiary 
Hartley Mrs. Rachael, 254 Franklin 
Hartley William T. ship carpenter, 181 s 

Chester 
Hartline Henry, laborer, 41 Tessier 
Hartline Michael, clerk Adams Exp., 348)^ 

Mulberry 
Harilove Chas. H., brickmaker, 246 Lee 
Hartlove Enoch, brickmaker, 156 s Fremont 
Hartlove John, brickmaker, 343 Eastern av 
Hartlove John W. brickmaker, 106 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 
Hartlove John W. laborer, 6^^ Johnson 
Hartlove John, machinist, 68 Johnson 

, ibr tlie sale <>t Kloiir, Gr.Tiii, Sffd.s, owo. 
coit!>tautly ou Uaud, ^1 Spear's Wharf; 



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lartlove Mrs. Mary A. 166 Scott 
fartlove Wesley, brickmaker, 106 Washing- 
ton, F. H. 
iartlove Wm. H. tinner, 246 Liffht 
lartlove Wm. L. brickmaker, 636 Ligiit 
lartmaier Richard, butcher, 33 Lexington 
market, dw 55 w Hoffman 
Hartman Adam, laborer, 390 Penna. av 
Hartman Alfred Z. teacher, 103 Columbia 
Hartman Mrs. Annie, 59 Portland 
Hartman August, farmer, 512 Penna. av 
Hartman Dr. Andrew, 176 Aisquith 
Hartman Casper, hay baler, 141 s Bethel 
Hartman Charles, cabinet maker, 47 Portland 
Hartman Charles, tavern, 222 Aliceanna 
Hartman Conrad, sjioemaker, 37 Penn 
Hartman Mrs. Elizabeth, tailoress, 253 e 

Madison 
Hartman Mrs. Ella, 678 w Baltimore 
Hartman Francis, cabinet maker, 47 Portland 
Hartman Francis, fisherman, 231 William 
Hartman Francis W. laborer, 48 Raborg 
Hartman Francis, grocery, 206 e Madison 
Hartman Frederick, tailor, 56 s Oregon 
Hartman Frederick, foundryman, 18 Foun- 
tain 
Hartman Frederick, shoemaker, 156 Cross 
Hartman Frederick, foundryman, 2 Fountain 
Hartman George, cabinet maker, 261 n Eden 
Hartman George, laborer, 55 s Wolfe 
Hartman George, wheelwright, 24 Somerset 
Hartman George J. shoemaker, Belair av 

extended 
Hartman Gotleib, laborer. 21 Albemarle 
Hartman George H. butcher, 406 Light 
Hartman Henry, 51 German 
Hartman Henry, cooper, 87 e Lombard 
Hartman Henry, grocery, 173 e Eager 
Hartman Henrj', cooper, 22 s High 
Hartman Herman, cutler, 60 n Howard 
Hartman Isaac, tailor, 4 s Gay, dw 22 s High 
HARTMAN J. P. & SuN, (J. P. Flartman, 
W. H. Hartman) gents furnishing goods, 
197 w Baltimore 
Hartman Jacob P. (J. P. Hartman & Son) 

278 Fayette 
Hartman Jacob, shoemaker, 258 Montgomery 
Hartman J. Hamilton, 34 w Pratt 
Hartman John, mariner, 33 Fountain 
Hartman John, soldier, 70 Eastern av 
Hartman John, porter, 85 Gran by 
Hartman John, carter, 41 Short 
Hartman John, boot and shoe maker, 678 w 

Baltimore 
Hartman Mrs. Louisa, 5 Josephine 
Hartman Mary, teacher, 103 Columbia 
Hartman Margaret, Henry n of Hughes 
Hartman Margaret, 45 Preston 
Hartman Nicholas, brickmaker, Ostend near 

Howard 
Harting Wilhelm, wood sawyer, 133 Orleans 
Hartmaier Richard, butcher, 55 w Hoffman 
Hartman Philip, tailor, 116 Hollins 
Hartman Paul, laborer, 24 Somerset 
Hartman Samuel, 103 Columbia 
Hartman Sleon, 179 w Fayette 
Hartman Wilton H. (J. P. Hartman & Son,) 

278 w Fayette 
Hartner J. L. messenger Adams Express, 405 

n Gay 
Hartness Mrs. C. 150 n Fremont 
Hartogensis Henry S. clothing and notions, 
36 Harrison 



Hartoungc Thomas C. butcher, Penna. -av 

near toll gate 
HARTSHORNE JOSHUA, iron dealer, 92 

w Lombard, dw 129 w Fayette 
Hartsohn Carl J. finisher, 116 Raborg 
Hartung A. Von, (Hartung'& Schellmann,) 

n w cor Sharp and Barre 
Hartung Ferdinand, shoemaker, 54 s Reges- 

ter 
Hartung Frederick, harness maker, 227 e 

Eager 
Hartung George, carpet weaver, 290 n Cen- 
tral av 
Hartung John F. potter, Hull near Fort av 
HARTUNG & SCHELLMANN, (A. Von 
Hartung, G. E. Schellmann,) family gro- 
cers, n w cor Sharp and Barre 
Hartwig Jacob, shoemaker, 91 Granby 
Hartwigh George, miller, S e Lombard 
Harty Peter, hackman, 71 Eastern av 
Hartz Aaron, dry goods, n e cor Bond and 

Aliceanna 
Hartz Simpson, dry goods, 197 n Gay 
Hartz Tobias, tailor, 77 e Lombard 
Hartzel Edwin, expressman Adams Express, 

139 Vine 
Hartzel George, 123 Pearl 
Hartzel Jacob F. garbage carter, 4 Lanvale 
Hartzel Leonard, car driver, 125 Pearl 
Hartzel Leonard L., Northern & Madison avs 
Hartzell David, livery stables 84 German, d%v 

342 w Lombard 
HARTZELL JACOB, Park House, North- 
ern av near Madi.son av 
Hartzell John, carpenter, 132 Penna av 
Hartzell John, city car driver, 379 Penna. av 
HARTZELL LEONARD, hack stables, 95 

n Paca 
Hartzell Luther, expressman, 284 Penna av 
Hartzell William laborer, 9 Fremont near 

Penna av 
Hartzog George, broker, 19}4 South, dw 605 

w Fayette 
Harvey Andrew J. machinist, 151 Hollins 
Harvey Mrs. Ann, 51 n Strieker 
Harvey Ann C. grocery, 214 Hollins 
Harvey Charles A. clerk, 214 Hollins 
Harvey Charles ( Wm. T. Walters & Co ) 78 

Cathedral 
Harvey Daniel (William & D. Harvey,) 

Fremont near Townsend 
Harvey Edward, shoemaker, 32 Leadenhall 
Harvey Edwd. H. shoemaker, 160 s Fremont 
Harvey Henry D. 147 Park 
Harvey Henry, laborer, 5 Green's ct 
Harvey James, jr. 283 w Lombard 
Harvey James E. plumber, 228 s Sharp 
Harvey James, porter, 150 Stirling 
Harvey James, 283 w Lombard 
Harvey J. W. jr. bookkeeper, 11 South, dw 

Baltimore Co 
Harvey J. W. real estate broker, over 11 

South, dw Baltimore Co 
Harvey John J. slater, 260 w Biddle 
Harvey John H. (T. Harvey & Son,) 33 n 

Greene 
Harvey John W. bricklayer, 265 Hanover 
Harvey John, laborer. Block near Wills 
Harvey Joshua, sr. (Joshua Harvey & Sons,) 

Baltimore Co 
Harvey Joshua & Sons, (J. Harvey, sr., J. 
Harvey, jr., T. P. Harvey,) dry goods, n 
w cor Hanover and Pratt 



AUG. G. METER it CO., M.iinifact«rers of "White Lend, Zinc, Putty, L.tiiipblack, Glwe, 
IVeatsfuot Oil, Saltpetre, Paints aiul Vai-nislies, 100 W. Loiiibard Street. 



Well-dressed People buy their Clothing of SMITH BROS. & CO., 
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HARVEY JOSHUA G. & CO. (J. G. Har- 
vey, VVm. P. Harvey,) provision and pro- 
duce commission merchants, 75 Exchange 
place 
Harvey Joshua, jr. (Josiiua Harvey & Sons,) 

89 Columijia 
Harvey Joshua G. (J. G. Harvey & Co.) 250 

w Lomljard 
Harvey Kate, milliner, s w cor Lexington and 
Liberty 

Harvey Mrs. , seamstr's, 15 Goodman al 

Harvey Robert W. boatman, 47 Burke 
Harvey Robert J. painter, 93 Preston 
Harvey Robert M. (T. Harvey & Sons) 33 n 

Greene 
Harvey Thomas (Thos. Harvey & Sons) 33 n 

Greene 
Harvey Thos. P. clerk Eutaw Savings Bank, 

^5 Penn 
Harvey Thomas & Sons, (Thomas, J. H. and 
R. M. Harvey) collar makers, 33 n Greene 
Harvey Thomas P. (Joshua Harvey & Sons) 

66 Hanover 
Harvey William P. (Josh. G. Harvey &Co.) 

283 w Lombard 
H.ARVEY VVM. & D., coal dealers and car- 
penters, 130 Penna. av 
Harvey Wm. (W. & D. Harvey) Fremont 

near Townsend 
Harvickhorst Henry, 414 Harford av 
Harwick Casper, wood sawyer, 18 Walnut al 
Harwood Elizabeth, 223 n Howard 
Harwood Sarah E. 53 Garden 
Harwood Susan, 159 St. Paul 
Harwood Valentine, shoemaker 12 Valley 
Harzberg Meyer, 224 Aliceaiina 
Harzberg Michael, laborer, 209 s Bond 
Harzberg Jacob, (Harzberg & Stiefel) 149 s 
■ Charles 

HARZBERG & STIEFEL, (J. Harzberg, 
J. Stiefel) wholesale and retail clothing, 168 
w Pratt 
Harzberg Levi, clerk, 187 e Lombard 
Harzberger George, tailor, 6 Wyeth 
Harzinger Jacob, tailor, 160 s Broadway 
Hascheri George, barber, 378 Saratoga 
Haschet Peter, laborer, 179 s Bethel 
Hasenbalg Harmon, druggist, 177s Broadway 
Hashagan J. D. (H Wilkens & Co.) 181 w 

Pratt 
Hashagan Henry, tobacconist, 419 Saratoga 
Haske Francis, blacksmith, 231 s Ann 
Haskell John, clerk, 490 Franklin 
Haskell Mrs Mary, 31 s Howard 

HASKELL JOHN H. Manufactu- 
rer of Cotton and Woolen Machine 
Cards, Superior Stretched Leather 
Belting, and Leather Hose, 33 s 
Eutaw. Dw 230 Madison av. 



Hasky Henry, sr., blacksmith, 7 Lancaster, 

dw 92 
Ha.slett Mrs. Deborah, 40 s Republican 
Haslett George, 279 Saratoga 
Haslett Sarah, furrier, 18 Lexington 
Haslett Sai-nuel, laborer, 40 s Republican 
Hasliit Mary A. saleswoman, 125 Garden 
Haslup Mrs. Ann, 142 s Fremont 
Haslup Charles, coachsmith, Warren extd. 
Haslup George H. clerk, Fayette 3 doors w 

of Gilmor 



Haslup George, clerk, 653 w Fayette 
Haslup Leroy T. coachsmith, 57 North, dw 

High s of Hillen 
Hasluup J. box maker, 162 Mulberry 
Hasluup Richard, box maker, 162 Mulberry 
Haslopp John, box maker, 42 Marion 
Haspei Charles, laborer, 1 Dover 
Hasper Charles, boot fitter, 10 Jackson ct 
Hass August, cabinet maker, 92 Mulberry 
Hassaner Andrew, 126 n Central av 
Hassauer Andrew, grocery 70 McElderry 
Hasse Wm. laborer, 90 York 
Hasselberger Ferdinand, soldier, 30 Gilford al 
Hasselberger Mrs. Louis, 364 Light 
Hasselhorst Frederick, restaurant, 645 w Bal- 
timore 
Hassencamp Anton, cabinet maker, 7 New 
HASSENCAMP FERDINAND, apothecary 

and chemist, 73 Hanover 
Haslinger John, pickler, 223 Henrietta 
Hasson Dr. Alexander, 51 Courtland 
Hasson Halcom, grocery, 218 Preston 
Hasson Hugh, raker, 86 Mount 
Hasson John A. clerk, 134 n High 
Hasson Neal, 30 Hollins 
Hasson Mrs. Susanna, teacher, 11 Orbit al 
Hast Harman, shoemaker, 4 Walker 
Haster Stephen, feed and commission merch. 

6 Hillen 
Hastings A. C. 62 Conway 
Hastings Joseph S. china and glass, 2 and 4 

n Charles, dw Chatsworth opp Hoffman 
Hassmann Andreas, shoemaker, 96 Walker ct 
Haswell Jas. M. clerk, 188 Penna. av. 
Haswell John, moulder 74 Towson 
Haswell John, carpenter 188 Penna. av 
Haswell Rebecca J. teacher, 188 Penna. av 
Hataway Albert, 157 Aliceanna 
Hatch Alfred G. clerk, 27 n Calvert 
Hatch Chas. B. (C. B. Hatch & Co.) oyster 

packers and blacking, over 111 McElderry 's 

wharf 
Hatch Jane, 12 Harrison 
Hatch Samuel T. 237 n Howard 
Hatrheson Benj. 0. shoemaker, 241 e Fayette 
Hatfield Hiram E. carpenter, 4 n Schroeder 
Hatline Hen. carter, Leadenhall near Fort av 
HathericK Nicholas, tailor, 259 e Eager 
Hatliaway Mrs. Mary A. 24 Cathedral 
Haterman Casper, blacksmith, 143 s Cent 

av, dw 142 
Hattenhorst H 188 s Howard 
HATTER CHARLES VV. confectioner, 

■n Gay 
Hattle John, laborer, 238 Aliceanna 
Haltman John, iron roller, 261 Canton av 
Hatton EdwarU, serereant police, 219 Orle.^ 
Hatton Ellen, 3 Walker 
Hatton Henry, carpenter, 283 e Madison 
Hatton John, tailor, 105 McElderry 
Hatton Maria, 143 w Bethel 
Haubert H. C. S. 16 s Howard 
Hauck Chas. (F. Hauck & Co.) 129 Conway 
HAUCK FREDERICK & CO. (F. Hauck, 

C. Hauck,) cigar manufacturers, 340 >w 

Baltimore, up stairs 
Hauck Frederick, (F. Hauck & Co.) 9 Sterre^ 
Haueisen Mrs. Mary, 369 n Gay 
Haner John, drayman, 22 Davis 
Hauf Lewis, brewer, 132 s Howard 
Htnigh John, laborer, 81 Grundy 
Haugh Solomon, engineer, 39 n Fremont 
Haughey Benj. M. collector, 466 Walsh 



THE GROVER & BAKER SEAVISfG MACHINE is the best for all purposes— SALJilS 
ROOMS— 181 Baltimore Street. 



SMITH BROS. & CO., Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, No. 40 W. 

Baltimore Street. 



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Haugliy James, laborer, 235 e Chase 

Hauhar blacksmith, 223 Henrietta 

Haupt Chas. M. cigar maker, 22 n Schroeder 
Haupt David, piano iTiaker, 20 Wyeth 
Haupt George, painter, 40 n Schroeder 
Haupt Henry, shoemaker, 83 Eastern av 
Haupt John M. trunk maker, 148 Dover 
Haupt Joseph, shoemaker, 161 e Lombard 
Haupt Matthias, 148 Dover 
Haupt Matthias, cigar maker, 47 Orchard 
Hauptman Mrs. Emily, 91 Chatsworth 
Hauptman Mary, 91 Chatsworth 
Haurand Mrs. Caroline, boarding, 64 n Gay 
Haurand Louisa, boarding, 64 n Gay 
Haus John, shoemaker, 63 Orleans 
Hausbach Adam, soldier, 32 Liiierty al 
Hausdaffer John, salesman, 80 Bank 
Hause Casper, laborer, 70 Essex 
Hause Frederick F. bootmaker, 361 s Sharp 
Hause John, laborer, 181 s Chapel 
Hause John, shoemaker, 40 n Pine 
Hause Michael, restaurant, 82 Thames 
Hauselt William, lager beer saloon, 93 e Lom- 
bard 
Hausemeyer Warner, piano maker, 12 Bur- 
gundy al 
Hausen Henry, tailor, 68 s Bond 
Hausenwald & Co. (J. H. Hausenwald,) 

feed store, 49 Penna. av, dw 67 Pine 
Haush Georee, wheelwright, 78 n Broadway 
Hausknecht Francis, grocery, 665 Penna. av 
Hausler Johannes, merchant tailor, s e cor 

High and Lombard 
Hautey Patrick, laborer, 22 President 
Hauth John, tailor, ]2 Prospect la 
Havelin Peter, laborer, 46 Valley 
Haverkamp Charles, 26 Shakspear 
Haverkamp Chas. H. shoemaker, 54 James al 
Haverkamp Elizabeth, 8 n Fremont 
Haverkamp Louis, cooper, 311 s Charles 
Haverstrah Jacob, tailor, 477 Saratoga 
Havez John C. hair dresser, 90 Franklin 
Haviland Thomas G. clerk U. S. A. medical 

department, 378 Franklin 
Haviland Thomas G. hospital U. S. A. 27 n 

Republican 
Hawes Lieut. George W. 34 e Pratt 
Hawk Lucy A. 112 n High 
Hawk Paul, laborer, Greenmount av opposite 

cemetery 
Hawken William, grocer, 46 Spring 
Hawkins Abey, New Church 
Hawkins Charles, soldier, 264 e Madison 
Hawkins Charles, saddler, 59 Stirling • 

Hawkins Charles, laborer, 9 Perry 
Hawkins Edward, laborer, 9 Perry 
Hawkins Edward, salesman, 9 Perry 
Hawkins Mrs Elizabeth, 37 Marion 
Hawkins James, roller, 85 Gough 
Hawkins John H clerk, 59 Marion 
Hawkins John H. clerk, 37 Marion 
Hawkins Mrs. Martha, 269 n Eutaw 
Hawkins Mrs. Mary E. 628 w Lombard 
Hawkins Patrick, laborer, 67 Elliott 
Hawkins Mrs. Sarah, baking, 274 Light 
Hawkins Susanna, 244 e Pratt 
Hawkins William, office over Bank of Balti- 
more, dw 128 Cathedral 
Hawkins WW. huckster, 170 s Paca 
Hawley Mrs. Franklin, 77 n Schroeder 
Hawley Martin, (R. K. Hawley & Co.) 165 

n Calvert 
Hawley Rev. Marvin L. 84 William 



Hawley R. K. (R. K. Hawley & Co.) n e 

cor Madison and Mosher 
HAWLEY R, K. & CO. (R. K. Hawley, 
Thomas P. Stran, Martin Hawley,) lumber 
commission merchants, 16 Eastern av 
Hawthorne Capt. James, mariner, 10 Gough 
HAX & BAYLY, (C. Hax, H. J. Bayly,) 
contractors for grading and paving streets, _ 
117 n Caroline 
Hax Christian, (Hax & Bayly.) 117 n Caro- 
line 
Hax J. B. (J. B. Hax & Son,) 62 n Caroline 
Hax John B.&Son,(J. B. Hax, Peter Hax,) 
contractors and pavers, 62 n Caroline, and 
200 e Fayette 
Hax John P. cooper, Caroline near Block, dw 

88 Block 
Hax Peter, (J. B. Hax & Son,) 200 e Fayette 
Haxel William, tailor, 267 Mulberry 
Hay Francis M. lumber, s w cor Concord and 

Bowly, dwSll Hollins 
Hay James, bookkeeper, 143 Mulberry 
Hay Jesse, 304 Hollins 

Hay John C. (Counselman & Hay,) 3 s Cal- 
houn 
Hay Mrs. Margery S. matron House of Re- 
fuge 
Hay^Wm. M. clerk, 304 Hollins 
Hayden Bernard, hostler, 502 w Pratt 
Hayden Elizabeth, 175 w Biddle 
Hayden George T. architect, 175 w Biddle 
Hayden Horace W. register's clerk. Relay 

House, N.C. R. 
Hayden Dr. H. Mozart, dental surgeon, 98n 

Charles 
Hayden Mrs. Harriet A. 175 w Biddle 
Hayden John F. 175 w Biddle 
Hayden John H. cigar maker, 130 n Exeter 
Hayden Kate, saleswoman, 129 e Monument 
Hayden M. W. clerk Adams express, 42 n 

Calvert 
Haydom Mark, 186 German 
Haycn E. bookkeeper at D. Warfield & Son, 

9 Spear's wharf 
Hayes Mrs. Adelaine, 102 Pearl 
Hayes Amelia, 195 w Hoffman 
Hayes Charles, butcher, Pennsylvania av nr 

Northern av 
Hayes Edward, clerk, 96 Gough 
Hayes Edward, painter, 212 s Charles 
Hayes George, bricklayer, 586 w Lombard 
Hayes Harriet, 195 w Hoffman 
Hayes Henry, laborer, 5 Foster al 
Hays Mary A. laundress, 259 Columbia 
Hayes James, clerk, 96 Gough 
Hayes John, laborer, 263 Hollins 
Hayes Joseph, laborer, 346 MuUierry 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, 19 n Amity 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, 45 s Oregon 
Hayes Peter D. paint store, 313 n Gay, dw 97 

s Washington, F. P. 
Hayes Peter D. paint store, 119 s Broadway, 

dw 301 e Biddle 
Hayes Reverdy W. painter, 148 s Bond 
Hayes Robert J. bookkeeper, 14)^ s Calvert 
Hayes Mrs. Susan, seamstress, 151 Mont- 
gomery 
Hayes Thomas, bootmaker, 96 Gough 
Hayes Timothy, machinist, 421 w Lombard 
Hayes Walter C. clerk, 18 St. Mary 
Hayes Wm. laborer, 78 Gough 
Hayflick Antone, soldier, 54 s Central av 
Hayley Patrick, laborer, rear 96 Lancaster 



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strangers can rely on Pair Dealings at SMITH BBOS. & Co., No. 40 
W. Baltimore Street. 



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Hayne Mrs. Eliza, 33 Hamilton 

Haynel Dr. Adolplius F. 90 n Eutaw 

Haynes Chas. bookkeeper, 224 Madison av 

Haynes D. Francis, 50 Spring row 

Haynes James T. 69 s Ann 

Haynes Launcelot, clerk, 40 Lexington 

Haynes Wm. grocery, 150 s Fremont, dw 

144 s Fremont 
Haynes Wm. restaurant, 71 s Paca 
Haynie Capt. John F. 93 s Ann 
Haynie Martin, piano maker, 208 Conway 
Hays Edward P. tinner, 89 Aisquitli 
Hays E. painter, 212 s Charles 
Hays Rev. George P. 5 Lloyd 
Hays James, 265 e Monument 
Hays James H carver, 146 Aisquith 
Hays .John, laborer, 7 w Chase 
Havs John, fireman, 51 Hillen 
HAYS JOHN B. public store keeper, 87 s 

Paca 
Hays Kate, 16 Saratoga 

Hays Mrs. Mary A. seamstress, 103 Hillen 
Hays Mrs. Mary, 89 Aisquith 
Hays Robert \V. tinner, 89 Aisquith 
Hays Wm. butcher, 15 Centre and 110 Belair 

market, dw 30 Front 
Hays Wm. soldier, 440 Walsh 
Hays Wm. surgeon 2d sep. brigade 8th army 

corps. Fort McHenry 
Hayihan Patrick, laborer, 45 s Dewberry al 
HAYWARD, BARTLETT & CO. (J. H 
Hayward, D. L. Bartlett & H. W. Rob- 
bins,) wholesale stove warehouse, 24 Light, 
foundry and locomotive works, s w cor 
Pratt and Scott 
Hayward Elizabeth, dry goods, 47 s Liberty 
Hayward Jacob H. painter, 202 w Fayette 
Hayward Jonas H. (Hayward, Bartlett & 

Co.) n e cor Madison and Park 
Hayward John B. carpenter, 76 n Ann 
Hayward John B. fisherman, 221 Mullikin 
Hayward Prudence S. 119 Park 
Hayward Miss Sophia, 777 w Bflltimore 
Hayward Samuel J. soldier, 22 Abey al 
Hayward Thomas, clerk. 111 w Madison 
Hayward William, boatman, 124 William 
HAYWARD WM. H. magistrate, Mansion 
House, cor Fayette and St. Paul, dw 320 
Franklin 
Haywood Mrs. Zada, teacher, 53 St. Paul 
Hazel Henry, sl)i|i builder, 16 Columbia 
Hazelhurst John B. clerk, 224 w Lombard 
Hazelip Ann M. grocery, 114 n Caroline 
Hazelip Benjamin M. coach trimmer, 75 n 

Exeter 
Hazelip Joseph N. blacksmith, 9 Swan, dw 

114 n Caroline 
Hazelitt James, blacksmith, 57 n Eden 
Hazull Henry G. carpenter, 16 Columbia 
HAZEN & CO. (H. G. Hazen, R. H. Grif- 
fith,) marine railway and ship yard, south 
side basin 
Hazen Henry G. (Hazen & Co.) 18 Colum- 
bia 
Hazert George, laborer, 179 s Chapel 

HAZLEHURST & CO. (Henry R. 
Hazlehurst, Wm. D. Weigand,) 
Foundei's and Engine Builders, 
Vulcan Works, cor William and 

Hughes.— [See p. 29 Mvertisements.] 



Hazlehurst Henry R. (Hazlehurst & Co.) El- 

licotts Mills 
HAZLEHURST & PHELAN, (S. Hazle- 
hurst, N. Phelan.) distillers, 17 Spear's whf 
Hazlehurst Samuel, (Hazlehurst & Phelan,) 

224 w Lombard 
Hazlitt Boston, (Jas. Hazlitt & Co.) 193 w 

Lombard 
HAZLITT JAMES & CO. (James Hazlitt, 
Boston Hazlitt,) importers and dealers in 
foreign liquors, 39 and 41s Gay 
Hazlitt James, (J. Hazlitt & Co.) 193 w Lom- 
bard 
Hazzard Mrs. Mary, 64 McCulloh 
Hazzard Robert A. (Hazzard & Smith,) 331 

Light 
HAZZARD & SMITH, (Robt. A. Hazzard, 
W. H. Smith,) house, sign, and ship pain- 
ters, 38 Hughes 
Head Henry H., paper hanger, 702 w Balti- 
more 
Head Mrs. Margaret, 702 w Baltimore 
Head Washington, paper hanger, 702 w Bal- 
timore 
Headington Caroline V. milliner, 187 w Biddle 
HeafTy Daniel, 65 Perry 
Heald Howard, (Jacob Heald & Co.) 162 w 

Fayette 
HEALD JACOB & CO. (Wm. Heald, D. 
H. Miller, H. Heald,) tobacco and commis- 
sion merchants, 58 and 60 s Gay 
Heald John R. clerk Mechanics' Bank, s e 

cor Calvert and Fayette 
Heald John H. & Co. (J. H. Heald,) Patap- 
sco tannery, s e cor Madison and North, 
and dye works 2 Block, dw J. H. H. 70 w 
Madison 
Heald Wm H. (John H. Heald & Co.) 74 w 

Madison 
Heald William, (Jacob Heald & Co.) 158 w 

Fayette 
Healey George, clerk, 220 e Baltimore 
Healey Dr. James E druggist, n w cor Balti- 
more and Eden, dw 220 e Baltimore 
Healey John, teacher, 295 n Howard 
Healey J. Oscar, carpenter, 153 e Monument 
Healey Leonard S. coal yard, cor Hampstead 

and Central av, dw 220 e Baltimore 
Healey Thomas, carter, 46 York 
HEALY JAMES, plumber and gas fitter, s 

w cor Calvert and Centre 
Healy John, grocer, 26 e Pratt 
Heaney James, painter, 2 n Poppleton 
Heaphy Michael, laborer, 3 Bank 
neaphy Michael, mail carrier, 3 Bank 
Heaps Catherine, tailoress, 251 e Madison 
Heaps Elizabeth, caning, 251 e Madison 
Heard John, 115 n Bond 
Heard Mary Ann, 2 Comet 
Heath Ann, 317 e Monument 
Heath Edward T. driver, 76 s Broadway 
Heath ElishaS. (Collins, Heath & Co.) 314 

Hollins 
Heath Francis W. (R. Sinclair & Co.) 523 w 

Fayette 
Heath George, potter, 37 Fawn 
Heath George T. driver, 76 s Broadway 
Heath J. B. master in U. S. Navy, 29 3 

Broadway 
Heath Michael grocer, 61 n Dallas 
Heath Mrs. Sarah, 256 e Monument 
Heathcote James, locksmith, 161 Peirce 
Heather U. grocery, 60 Aisquith 



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Heckmaii George, laborer, 2G1 Aliccaniia 
Heckman John F. blacksmitli, 110 Vine 
Heckman Samuel, butclier, Durham between 

Baltimore and Hampstead 
Heckrotte Henry, ei^ar maker, 138 n Exeter 
' Heckrotte Wni.'l04 s Sharp 

Heddinger Daniel C. printer, 36 s Exeter 
Heddinger James H. printer, 36 s Exeter 
Heddinger Michael, plasterer, 71 s Bond 
Hederick Henry, cabinet maker, 8d n Howard 
Hedgi'S Alice, 37 Orchard 
Hedges Edward, Venetian blind maker, 37 

Orchard 
Hedges Rev. J. W. 7 s Caroline 
Hedian Patrick J. 40 u High 
Hedian T. (Myers & Hedian,) 163 n Charles 
Hedley Anthony, 409 cSarato^a 
Hedley Wm. painter, 127 n Broadway 
Hedrick fieo. currier, 408 Division 
Hedrick Geo. shoemaker, 22 May 
Hidrick Henry, huckster, 309 Eastern av 
Hedrick John T. machinist, 308 e Monument 
Hedrick Michael, laborer, 74 Mulberry 
Hedrick Wm. carpenter, 169 n Caroline 
Hedtel John, soldier, 2 Sharp ct 
Heede Peter, mariner, 103 s High 
Heefner Miirion A. telegraph operator, Mil- 
ler's hotel, s w cor Paca and German 
Heer Henry J. .shoemaker, 186 Cross 
Heerd (Christian, tobacconist, 139 w Lombard 
Heese Christian, teamster, 9 Hoffman 
Hecsh Chas. A. coachsmilh, 242 e Biddle 
Hefferman Patrick, cellar digger, 169 Peirce 
HelFern Hubert, carter, 39 Libt'rtv al 
Heffl.'r Nicholas, cooper, 202 s Bond 
Hi'ffler Nicholas, cooper, 168 s Central av